Photographer's Note

October 4th, 2011
Beynac-et-Cazenac 240040 24220
Dordogne Aquitaine
44.842 1.146 71 m

A site of power, Beynac-et-Cazenac

One view.
Another view. October 3rd, 2011.

In the Périgord Noir, the castle of beynac, 12th 17th centuries, overhang the village of Beynac, and the DORDOGNE on its right bank. Classified as Historic Monument since 1944. Private property.

_ The DORDOGNE is formed in its origin, of brooks taking their spring up to 1694 meters in height, on the sides of the Puy de Sancy in the Massif Central. After a course of 483 kilometers, and the crossing of a catchment basin of 23870 km², it flows in the Garonne, at the bec d'Ambès in the estuary of Gironde, before joining the Atlantic Ocean. Description of the la Dordogne.

virtual Visit of the castle of Beynac.

BEYNAC-ET-CAZENAC is a french municipality, located in the department of the Dordogne of the Aquitaine region, populated 518 Beynacois-et-Cazenacois in 2007, distributed out of 12.7 km², that is to say 40.7 hab/km².

The village of Beynac-et-Cazenac is quoted in 1115.
The municipalities of Beynac and Cazenac merged under the name of Beynac-et-Cazenac in 1827.

The village of Beynac-et-Cazenac, in the Périgord noir, is one of the most beautiful villages of France.

My images of Beynac-et-Cazenac.

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