Number of Listed Historic Monuments:33
Half-timbered house in old Agen
Agen Museum located in the former "Hotel d'Estrades"
13th century Notre Dame du Bourg church
Agen Old Town
Saint Pierre Abbey - Moissac
Agen Bridge Channel
"Festival de la Voix" of Moissac
Castle Medieval Show
Bruch Medieval Festival
Duras Medieval Festival
Gavaudun Medieval Festival
Grand Pruneau Show
Marmande Tomato Festival
Medieval Days in Monflanquin
Pipe Organ Concerts
Saint André Fest in Monflanquin
Wine Fest of Duras
With around 33600 inhabitants Agen, the departmental capital of Lot-et-Garronne - Aquitaine region- is considered the 244 town of France.
The city has 33 historic monuments and protected buildings.
The origin of Agen date from the pre-roman times when it was the city of Aginnum inhabited by the Celtic population called Nitiobroges.
During the Roman occupation of Aquitaine Agen, between the 1st century BC and 3rd century AD, Agen was Civitas Agenensium a flourishing Roman city.
The development of the city was interrupted by the invasion of the migratory populations of the 5th and 6th centuries and later in the 8th century the...
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