Leaving Saint Cirq Lapopie, we've cut through the plateau to go downstream Lot. I do not know if it's the heat of the city or town simply, but after all those charming villages, we have not wanted to stay very long.
Yet Cahors, nestled in a bend of the Lot, also has a medieval character. Two examples: Valentré Bridge and St. Stephen's Cathedral. The symbol of Cahors is the Valentré bridge. It dates from the fourteenth century and intended to defend the city, he had a deterrent as never attacked. Today, it is on all bottles of Cahors.
he Romanesque cathedral of the twelfth century lost its roof, to let appear the domes 16 meters in diameter.
Tags : cahors, lot, france, quercy
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