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Nature, Prehistory, History

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Perigord is a land of quiet calm, where rivers flow clear, like long, bright ribbons, making perfect meanders through wide forests. And here, long before yesteryear, man became man and looked out at the world. Patiently, and without ado, he chose this as his realm. In it, he left behind a whole range of different tools and much stimulating evidence of his skill as a painter. In due course, down the centuries, the offspring of Cro-Magnon Man then bequeathed us their share of things beautiful – opulent Gallo-Roman villas, abbeys and churches with stonework like lace, untamed castles, and legendary manors. But perhaps the most refined legacy of all is the light and fleeting aura of subtle tastes and aromas hovering over the land itself...


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