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Mirepoix

Mirepoix was one of the centers of Catharism, and in 1212 a crusading force from the north led by Guy de Levis occupied the town. After the peace of 1229 that formally ended the conflict between the French crown and the Count of Toulouse, the town gradually resumed its place as a religious and market center. More

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