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Llívia is a town of the Cerdanya, Catalonia that forms a Spanish enclave surrounded by French territory. It was forgotten at the Treaty of the Pyrenees[?] (1659) that ceded the comarques of Roussillon, Conflent[?], Capcir[?], Vallespir[?], and Alta Cerdanya to the French crown.

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... two rivers are worthy of mention. The Tym, 250 m. long and navigable by rafts and light boats for 50 m., flows north and north-east with numerous rapids and shallows, and ...

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