- 47 x 63 inches (120 x 160 cm)
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Certainly, there’s the curative air and relaxation. Of course there’s fine dining and orchestra. There’s even a solarium, if you’re in to that sort of thing. But the feature that artist Serre brings to the fore for Aubrac’s Royal Hotel are their apparently-clay courts, with a match in full swing- the 1,400 meter altitude (4,593 ft) posing no low-oxygen obstacle to these two serious competitors. Aubrac is a town in the southern Massif Central of France, with that name appropriately applied to the surrounding region, as well. The landscape straddles three departements– Aveyron being one of them. Situated on a plateau, which is a largely eroded Paleocene volcano, Aubrac is perched at the highest altitude of the region, which averages an elevation of 1,000 meters (3,200 ft). A gorgeous poster in excellent condition.