|Community association||Saint-Flour Community|
|Coordinates||45 ° 0 ′ N , 3 ° 1 ′ E|
|surface||19.13 km 2|
|Residents||584 (January 1, 2017)|
|Population density||31 inhabitants / km 2|
Les Ternes ( Occitan Las TERNAS ) is a French municipality with 584 inhabitants (at January 1, 2017) in the Cantal in the region of Auvergne Rhône-Alpes (before 2016 Auvergne ). The municipality belongs to the arrondissement Saint-Flour and the canton Saint-Flour-2 (until 2015 Saint-Flour-Sud ).
Les Ternes is located about 44 kilometers east-northeast of Aurillac on the Alleuze river , which is also called Jurol in this section . Les Ternes is surrounded by the neighboring communities of Tanavelle in the north, Villedieu in the east and north-east, Neuvéglise-sur-Truyère in the south, Cussac in the west and south-west and Paulhac in the west and north-west.
|Source: Cassini and INSEE|
- Alleuzet dolmen , a historic monument since 1986
- Saint-Martin church from the 15th century, monument historique since 1926
- Les Ternes castle from the 14th century, demolished a short time later, then rebuilt in the 16th century, monument historique since 2008
- Roger le Fort (1285 / 1288–1367), Bishop of Orléans (1321–1328) and Limoges (1328–1343), Archbishop of Bourges (1343–1367)
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