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Cudos
Cudos - église3
Cudos - église Artiguevielle (2)
Cudos - église2
Cudos - église Artiguevielle
Cudos - l'Esprit du cercle
Cudos - église4
Cudos

Village de Cudos to Cudos

he discovery of 6 burial mounds dating from the 3rd century B.C. reveals a human presence in the commune during the Iron Age. Cleared in the Middle Ages by Cistercian monks, Cudos has been inhabited since ancient times, as evidenced by the remains of a Roman settlement in the hamlet of Conques. This hamlet, located to the north of the town on the border with Bazas, was a lively district with a church until the French Revolution. Conques is home to a number of craftsmen and an inn where pilgrims on their way to Santiago de Compostela can stop off. This hamlet was the centre of Cudos until the church of Saint Jean was founded in the 14th century by Jeanne de Goth, sister of Pope Clement V. Built further away, this new church led to the relocation of the village and the formation of what is now Cudos.