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We hired a couple of bicycles and spent the day just meandering around the beautiful countryside and admiring these strange round structures with dome roofs in orchards and in farm paddocks as we cycled by.
PJ Barker author of the novels Changing Pillion and It...More
So interesting. It's questionable how these
Architectural Structures were made and if people or animals lived in them. The scholars who study this are not sure yet.
They argue a lot about this stuff.
My Graduate studies are in Balearic
Prehistoric and I can't even...More
Thes cabanes or 'bories' can be spotted all over the Perigord so it is good to find out a bit more about them in this village of Breuil. There is clear information in translation about the making and purpose of these charming stone buildings and...More
Excellent for adults and children to see how these ancient dwellings are constructed. Small animals wandering around and lots of mother hens and their chicks. The visit for my husband and I lasted around 2 hrs but with small children and a planned picnic could...More
So, we went to St Andre and after much touring about and asking we found the site several miles away up the road to the Chateau de Puymartin. Quite interesting if you are a fan of agricultural history and building techniques. It was reasonably interesting...More
Interesting place, Columbus discovered the Americas in 1492. This farm has been in the same family since 1449 and a family member still lives here. If you enjoy dry stack stone fences and celtic villages you need to visit here.
Les Cabanes du Breuil is located between Sarlat (9 km) and Les Eyzies (12 km). We visited it on our way back from Grotte de Ruffignac (close to Les Eyzies) to Sarlat. It comprise mainly of a group of outbuildings of a farm dating from...More
Not a location worthy of a long trip but if you are in the surroundings there is no reason not to visit it.
The location gives a nice insight in the way people lived in the past.
Interesting is that the location was used for...More