Contour Style- The La Croze Hamlet, Le Figaro Magazine, May 21, 2
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Contour Style The La Croze Hamlet Le Figaro Magazine May 21 2 Stock PhotoAdult,Arts Culture and Entertainment,Baby,Baby Girls,Boys,Casual Clothing,Celebrities,Child,Childhood,Color Image,Cultures,Day,Domestic Room,Females,France,Girls,Gorges du Tarn,Granddaughter,Grandmother,Grandson,Happiness,Horizontal,Idyllic,Indoors,Large Group Of People,Looking At Camera,Males,Men,Multi-Generation Family,People,Photography,Portrait,Simple Living,Sitting,Smiling,Summer,Vacations,WomenPhotographer Jacques Torregano/FigarophotoCollection: Contour Style FLORAC, FRANCE - JULY 15: Claude de Laromiguiere's family are photographed at the La Croze Hamlet for Le Figaro Magazine on July 15, 2004 in Lozere, La Croze, France. Published image. Figaro ID#: 072004-006. The La Croze hamlet is a set of 12 houses, situated in the heart of the Gorges du Tarn. Nestled in lush greenery and magnificent cliffs, this small hamlet of the sixteenth-seventeenth century is accessible on foot by a mule track or by boat. Bought in the early twentieth century by the Laromiguiere family, it was restored through the generations. Claude de Laromiguiere hosts his 5 children, 23 grandchildren and 33 great-grandchildren every summer. CREDIT MUST READ: Jacques Torregano/Fedephoto/Figarophoto/Contour Style. (Photo by Jacques Torregano/Figarophoto/Contour Style by Getty Images)