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  • n. A traditional Auvergne shepherd's hut with a thatched roof, or a rustic mountain chalet in the same style


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  • - an authentic sheepherder's hut called a buron, with a blazing fire and enormous country meal of ham, sausages and the regional potato specialty, aligot.


  • Beginning in the 17th century, the frugal French started replacing ancient wooden shepherds 'huts throughout the mountains with sturdy stone structures made of granite and basalt - the "buron". Europe Travel

  • And from the other side of the Atlantic: euron - a buron employed by the EU.

    What's a "buron?"

  • Far away on the summit of every green hill may be descried the red-roofed hut, or buron, of the cheese-maker.

    The Roof of France

  • As soon as the snows melt and the cows can be driven afield, he betakes himself to his buron on the alp, if married, leaving his wife in the valley below.

    The Roof of France

  • The dogs, too, that keep guard over the buron, like the cows, are very suspicious of strangers.

    The Roof of France

  • Sejak tahun 2006, Polda Metro Jaya juga menetapkan tersangka sebagai buron. (

    ANTARA - Berita Terkini


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