The Middle Ages
The counts de Bigorre were éjournèrent to Vic which is then one of the main cities of Bigorre. They however forsake it at the 9th century and in 1151, Vic were set up in commune. The city is then free to manage itself.
Vic-in-Bigorre is the chief town of the canton of Vic-in-Bigorre.
Places and monuments
the town hall date of the 18th century and 19th century but was altered at the 20th century.
Not far, throne still " Hairy the " of Martial Caumont, sculptor tarbais symbolizing here the sacrifice of the soldiers of the Great War.
the market was built in 1862 by Jean-Jacques Latour in the style Baltard.
the church Saint Martin's day shelters a splendid retable dating from the 17th century.
Personalities related to the commune
Edmond Desca, sculptor
- Jean Dupuy (player of Rugby with XV)
Common of the Hautes-Pyrénées
- Site of the community of communes of Vic-Montaner
- Vic-in-Bigorre on the site of the national geographical Institute
- Vic-in-Bigorre on the site of INSEE
- Vic-in-Bigorre on the site of Quid
- Localization of Vic-in-Bigorre on a chart of France and communes bordering
- Plane on Vic-in-Bigorre on Mapquest
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