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Medieval foto Arco, Beynac, Francia

Medieval Portal, Beynac, Dordogne, France photo via wolfgang

Baynac, France

Baynac, France

The little village of Beynac Dordogne, France.  This is the location of the opening scene in Chocolat   (++)

Beynac, France - where the movie 'Chocolat' was filmed

Misty Dawn In Saint Cirq Lapopie Photograph

Heaven's gate in Saint Cirq Lapopie France Brian Jannsen Photography on Alamy

St Cirq Lapopie, SW France | Photo: pauline_iow

St Cirq Lapopie Village, France - I dream of living in a medieval village like this.

in France

France, Aquitaine (region), Dordogne (department) is named after the Dordogne River, Sarlat-la-Canéda (town) ~ Clocher de la cathédrale Saint-Sacerdos de Sarlat (bell tower of the Sarlat Cathedral)

Figeac, France

Medieval ruelle in Figeac, France by © Anne Wipf via joilieder

Galamus Pyrénées Orientales, France

Galamus Pyrénées Orientales, France So much diversity in France (RM)

Beynac, Aquitaine (by @Lain Schmid Schmid Schmid Schmid G fait une pause)

The Château de Beynac, in the town of Beynac-et-Cazenac. Dordogne, France One of "Les Plus Beaux Villages de France"

Château de Beynac, France

Château de Beynac, France

What if winter is not a place outside?

What if winter is not a place outside?

La Couvertoirade, Aveyron (12), Languedoc-Roussillon region, France.  This well-preserved fortified town was owned by the Knights Templar, under orders from the Commandery of Sainte-Eulalie, from the twelfth century.

This well-preserved fortified town was owned by the Knights Templar, under orders from the Commandery of Sainte-Eulalie, from the twelfth century.

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The peaceful village of Saint-Léon-sur-Vézère is located in the part of the Dordogne known as the Périgord Blanc. Dordogne is itself a department of the region of southwest France known as Aquitaine.

Beynac, France, photo by laporterouge

la porte rouge: the three fs ( france part one), Beynac, Dordogne, France= something Monty Python and Holy Grail about this. The stone and light, the mist

Rue de Sarlat, Sarlat-la-Canéda, Dordogne, France. Sarlat-la-Canéda is a largely-untouched 14th-century village in the Périgord Noir region of France. It is on France’s Tentative List for future nomination as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

I Love This Street View, Makes Me Feel Like Sherlock Holmes should be On that Corner Under That Street Lamp! Ancient Street, Sarlat, France photo via cakes

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