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Cévennes National Park (Parc national des Cévennes)

Cévennes National Park

Cévennes National Park covers 913 km² of mountainous terrain in the French Lozère and Gard départements of France.

 

 

Location: Lozère and Gard départements  Map

Area: 913 km²

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Description of Cévennes National Park

Cévennes National Park is one of the most visited site of this natural reserve is Aven Armand limestone cave. This natural underground tunnels are famous for its unique geological formations and unique biosphere. Cévennes National Park contains 70 species of mammals, 195 species of bird, 16 species of amphibians, 15 species of reptiles, 23 species of fish, over 2,000 species of invertebrates as well as 2,300 plant species.

 

Aven Armand Cave (Cévennes National Park)

Cévennes National Park  Cévennes National Park

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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