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Comment la commune d’Alzen a quadruplé sa population en 40 ans

Suite au décès brutal d’André Rouch, président du Parc Naturel des Pyrénées Ariégeoises et membre d’Euromontana, le 31 décembre 2018, Euromontana souhaite saluer le dynamisme et l’enthousiasme de cet homme pour ses montagnes et republie la nouvelle que nous avions écrite lors de la visite de sa commune, Alzen, en avril 2017.

Pour découvrir comment ce territoire a quadruplé sa population en 40 ans, c’est ici.

1 janvier 2019

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