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France has many beautiful regions but the author's favourite has to be the Dordogne with its beautiful meandering river valley stretching from the Massif Central in the east, through the départements of the Corrèze and the Lot before entering the Dordogne département on its way to the Gironde in the west. Imposing medieval castles from which the English and French conducted the long running saga of Hundred Years War during the middle ages and fascinating prehistoric sites where there are cave paintings dating back to the beginning of life in Europe.
Within this App you will find fascinating medieval towns, fortified bastides, prehistoric sites and charming sleepy villages not to mention several cool places to eat, drink and rest.
★ About the Author ★
Paul Shawcross is a travel writer and a Photographer but above all a Francophile, who first fell in love with France when passing through on the way to Spain way back in 1979. Since then he has been back every year, sometimes several times, in order to research books and articles for magazines as well as taking photographs and enjoying some amazing holidays.
Paul has revised and penned new text to the last two editions of the Michelin Green Guide to the Dordogne Berry Limousin region and written articles for several leading Magazines including Living France and France Magazine.
★ About Sutro Media ★
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