Monday, October 12, 2009

Praslay ...

... charcoil burner's hut ...

... les sources de l'Aube ...

... The River Aube rises on Mont Armet, in Auberive
Forest, 375 metres above sea level.
The source of the Aube grows over several tens
of kilometres to become the mighty river
that flows into the Seine. It is the largest river
in the department after the Marne.
This source is a reference in terms of purity
because its name comes from the Latin word "alba"
which means "white."
The Aube flows through several charming villages:
Auberive, Bay-sur-Aube and Arbot, for example.

Aube river ... (EN)
... is 248 km long ...