Banks of the Maine: L'Anjou along the Maine
Maine is a French river in Maine et Loire which originates at the confluence of the rivers Mayenne and Sarthe, north of the city of Angers. Only 11.5 kilometers long, it flows into the Loire near the town of Bouchemaine, south of Angers.
Where it is?
The banks of Maine are located in the town of Angers, in western France, in the Pays de la Loire region.
Bouchemaine, literally 'the mouth of the Maine' gave its name to the mouth of the Angevin river towards the Loire. Two kilometers away, we find the Pointe de Bouchemaine, which symbolizes the meeting point of Maine and Loire.
The appropriation of the riverbanks has long been achieved through economic and leisure activities. It was a place for the establishment of wash-boats and several ports ensured trade across the Loire. Many industries and companies used Maine as a communication axis and they were established around. Beyond the economic side, the riverbanks are also the subject of many festivals.
This shot from the Bouchemaine bridge dates back to a beautiful summer evening. It is a postcard photograph, which in itself represents the famous 'Angevin sweetness'. This exceptional living environment, symbolically associated with the toues, these traditional flat-bottomed boats that you can cross in the meanders of the river (and that you can see in the photo), goes well with the festive atmosphere of the place. in the summer, which offers some pleasant terraces to enjoy the last rays of sun
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