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Saint-Chély d'Aubrac asleep under snow
The village of Saint-Chély d'Aubrac is nestled at the foot of the Aubrac plateau, at an altitude of 2,600 feet (800 m). It holds several architectural elements appealing to visitors. Among those is the ‘Pont des Pèlerins’ bridge, a Historic Monument listed as World Heritage by Unesco. This bridge bears the name of ‘Pont des Pèlerins’ (pilgrim’s bridge) because the village of Saint-Chély d'Aubrac is the starting point for many hiking trails. The most famous of those is the ‘Via Podiensis’ that leads to Santiago de Compostela.
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