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Lascaux4: Your English Guided Tour

The International Centre for Cave Art (Lascaux IV) opened in December 2016 at the foot of the Lascaux hill is ...
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Looking Back: Bergerac Harbour Flood In 1944

Once again, The Dordogne is back on flood alert and Bergerac harbour is under water! Will it reach the 1944 ...
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Which Lascaux :1, 2, 3 or 4?

France's most famous prehistoric cave paintings are in Lascaux, 2km southeast of Montignac. And if you wonder why they re ...
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MEGA SUMMER 2018 SALE For Your Next Holiday In Dordogne

4 290€ per week for 5 bedrooms (from 14th of july to 31st of august)10% deposit to secure your next ...
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Bergerac Weather: surprise, surprise… still more rain

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and Never Overpay AgainWe highly recommend reading the following article explaining the Service Fee ie Booking Fee charged by online ...
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Music for Stress Relief In Bergerac

Classical Concert With The Silver Strings from St. PetersburgFeeling stressed? A recent study shows that a trip to the symphony ...
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Eymet Trio Art Exhibition

Embrace your artistic side by checking out in Eymet, this fantastic exhibition by 3 local artists: Jane Harris, Jenny McKenzie ...
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An Artist's Childhood: The Book of Emma Reyes

Emma Reyes was a talented colombian painter (yesterday's article: http://bit.ly/2DhL64V) but she was also an exceptional storyteller. You can read ...
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Hommage to Emma Reyes' Vibrant Artwork In Perigueux

Emma Reyes was a talented colombian painter who lived in France for many years (1919-2003).Thanks to The Perigord Museum of ...
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