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L'Arche

L'Arche (The Arch) is located on the eastern area of the Cirque de Mourèze close to the brook of La Gerbe in Hérault department of France. The opening has an estimated span about 7 meters. L'Arche was named by Gaston Combarnous, author of Les Pierres qui Parlent (The Speaking Stones), now out of print. He has named and catalogued many features in the area of Mourèze in the past.

                       

                                         The second opening on the side of L'Arche 

                                                     

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