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Desire for learning local history of Périgord ?

The Isle Valley in Dordogne Périgord has a variety of museums immersing you in the atmosphere of the last century. Discover the popular arts and traditions at the museums Musee André Voulgre in Mussidan and Musee Leonie Gardeau in Villefranche de Lonchat, or religious art such as Les orgues de Montpon or at the sacred art exhibition in Saint Astier.

The Dordogne is known as a land of French Resistance during World War II. When visiting the Resistance Memorial, you will know everything!

On your way to the edge of Neuvic, at the wanted park of Mussidan or at the Ferme du Parcot in the heart of the Forêt de la Double, you will see beautiful, beautifully restored traditional Périgord and half-timbered buildings.

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Memorial-redim

Mémorial de la Résistance

Saint-Etienne-De-Puycorbier
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Parcot pilou

Ferme du Parcot

Echourgnac
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Trompe-l'œil

Neuvic
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Musée Léonie Gardeau - Musée d'histoire locale d'Arts et de Traditions populaires

Villefranche-De-Lonchat
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Maisons Doubleaudes

Neuvic
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Exposition d'Art Sacré

Saint-Astier
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Orgues

Les Orgues de Montpon-Ménestérol

Montpon-Menesterol
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musée salle prehistoire

Musée André Voulgre : Arts et Traditions du Périgord

Mussidan
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