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Sent Sever del Mostièr
Saint-Sever-du-Moustier (Frankreich)
Region Occitania
Department (No) Aveyron (12)
Arrondissement Millau
Canton Causses-Rougiers
Community association Monts, Rance et Rougier
Coordinates 43° 47′ N, 2° 42′ ECoordinates 43° 47′ N, 2° 42′ O
Height 456–964 m
Area 26.01 km²
Inhabitants 196 (January 1, 2018)
Population density 8 inhabitants/km²
Postal code 12370
INSEE code

hewn menhir from Nicoules

Saint-Sever-du-Moustier is a village and commune in southern France with 196 inhabitants (as of 1 January 2018) in the Aveyron department in the Occitanie region (formerly Midi-Pyrénées). Saint-Sever-du-Moustier is part of the arrondissement of Millau and the canton of Causses-Rougiers (until 2015: canton of Belmont-sur-Rance). The inhabitants are called Saint-Severais.


Saint-Sever-du-Moustier is located about 41 kilometers east-southeast of Albi in the southwest of the historic province of Rouergue. Saint-Sever-du-Moustier is surrounded by the neighbouring municipalities of Combret to the north and northwest, Belmont-sur-Rance to the northeast, Murasson to the east and southeast, Lacaune to the south, Escroux to the west and southwest, and Laval-Roquecezière to the west and northwest.

Population development

Year 1962 1968 1975 1982 1990 1999 2006 2013
Inhabitants 508 419 360 282 228 218 226 234
Source: Cassini and INSEE

Places of interest

  • carved menhir of Nicoules

Web links

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