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A commune in the Aveyron department in Southern France, Millau is located where the Tarn and Dourbie rivers converge and owes much of its modern affluence to a pairing of traditional industries: glove-making and tanning. The town has a history of major sporting activity and this facet is a magnet for tourists who visit the town, and in the Midi-Pyrenees region, it is also known for the Millau Viaduct that spans the valley of the River Tarn.
The town had one of the major medieval bridges across the River Tarn in the middle ages and, if it were still standing, it would represent a major monument in the area. Sadly, one of the 17 spans fell off in the 18th century so the decision was taken to demolish the majority of the bridge. Millau has become a genuine tourist hub with much to do when enjoying the history of this enchanting town.