Bar: the church, the town hall and post office, just behind the hill.
Bar name comes from the word “barro” meaning “height” in Celtic.
Gallic oppidums dating from the first century BC are visible south of Bor.
Lords rooted in this region in the Middle Ages show the importance of the Viaur valley at that time. Frottard de Bar, knight, held in fief with other lords the Najac castle and its outbuildings from Raymond, Count of Toulouse.
Official site: http://www.bor-et-bar.fr