Fortress turned Museum of Prehistory - Les Eyzies de Tayac Sireuil

Les Eyzies de Tayac Sireuil in the Vézère Valley in the Dordogne, the French Capital of Prehistory after the discovery of the skeletons of Cro Magnon men

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La Halle covered market in Domme

Domme, a medieval bastide perched on an eagle nest, ranked among the Plus Beaux Villages de France and known as the Acropolis of the Dordogne

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Cro Magnon skull - Cro Magnon Shelter

Cro Magnon Shelter, a key archaeological discovery as the remains found are those of the first anatomically modern humans known in France

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Reproduction of the various animals engraved in Combarelles Cave

Combarelles Cave in the Vezere Valley, a major Sanctuary of the Magdalenian Culture which contains 600-800 engravings dating from about 14,000BP to 9,500BP

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Magdalenian Girl in Abri Cap Blanc

Abri Cap Blanc, the only illustration of monumental prehistoric sculpture in the world still visible in situ and listed as a World Heritage Site

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Ibex in Abri Pataud in Les Eyzies de Tayac Sireuil

Abri Pataud in Les Eyzies-de-Tayac-Sireuil, a major Cro Magnon shelter showing 40 successive periods of human occupancy spread between 33,000BP and 17,000BP

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Monolith church and village of Saint Emilion

Saint Emilion village, a World Heritage Site boasting the largest monolithic church in Europe and the only intact remaining keep in the Gironde department

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Ancient wine amphorae to transport Bordeaux wines

Bordeaux Vineyard, planted by the Romans 2000 years ago and includes 6 wine-making areas that turn it into one the world largest wine producing regions

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Saint-Emilion wines - Former abbey cloister

The AOC Saint Emilion wines are produced in the nine communes and satellites vineyards listed as World Heritage Site and located around St-Emilion village

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Pessac Leognan white

The prestigious Pessac Leognan vineyard near Bordeaux produces outstanding wines with a splendid aging potential that rank them amongst the great wines

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Sainte-Croix-du-Mont Castle in Premieres Cotes de Bordeaux area

Premieres Cotes de Bordeaux, an elongated vineyard located on the right bank of the Gironde Estuary producing wines renown for their character and finesse

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Chateau Guiraud - Sauternes

The Sauternes wines owe their particular flavour to the fungus Botyris Cinerea or Noble Rot and are considered the greatest sweet white wines in the world

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Chateau Margaux in Medoc

The narrow Medoc vineyard stretches near Bordeaux between the Garonne and the Atlantic Ocean and only produces red wines that are divided in eight AOC

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From the bottom of Padirac chasm

The Gouffre de Padirac in Quercy is considered one of the major French geological curiosities and is ranked as first underground Heritage Site of France

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