Europe: Livia, An Enclave Of Spain Found In The Country Of France

This is an interesting little town mentioned in my last post on weird Mandela Effect national borders in Europe. I couldn’t find a whole lot of video about this place. As a writer, this looks like a great little place for a Lovecraftian short story.

Llívia (Catalan pronunciation: [ˈʎiβiə]; Spanish: Llivia) is a town in the comarca of Cerdanya, province of Girona, Catalonia, Spain. It is a Spanish enclave within the French département of Pyrénées-Orientales. In 2009, the municipality of Llívia had a total population of 1,589.[3] It is separated from the rest of Spain by a corridor about 1.6 km (1.0 mile) wide, which includes the French communes of Ur and Bourg-Madame.Wikipedia


YT description (in Spanish): A pocos Km de Puigcerdá se encuentra el pequeño pueblo de Llivia, su situación es única ya que esta rodeada de territorio Francés, es un pedacito de España en Francia.

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Title: Llívia, la Cerdanya, Pirineos (YT link) Uploaded by Javier Cubedo.

Subtitles translated:

0.00 – Livia, a small piece of Spain in France

0:20 – Church of Our Lady of the Angels

0:39 – Roman ruins

1:14 – Esteve Pharmacy, the oldest in Europe


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