Le Limouxin, a weekly that's always in the news

France's oldest local weekly still in business
It was in 1822 that the first issue of the Journal de Limoux appeared, distributed as a simple newspaper of legal announcements.
Since then, the newspaper has grown and developed into Le Limouxin, a true local news paper.
On August 24, 2000, Le Limouxin entered the Guinness Book of Records, being recognized as the oldest active local weekly newspaper in France.

 

Le Limouxin
Limouxin Printing Company
6, Camille Bouche Avenue,
11300 Limoux
Tel: 04 68 31 08 82


journal@lelimouxin.com

 

http://www.lelimouxin.com/

 

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