The shacks of “Le Périgord noir”

2017-2019, Vallée de la Vézère, Dordogne, France. The sheperd’s huts or shacks can be found all over the black Périgord, they have different names (for example, “borie”) but, most correctly, they are named “les cabanes en pierres sèches”. These shacks are traditionally built with their typical roofs made of stone only (called “lauzes)”. Below : Saint-Amand-de-Coly, Saint-Crépin-et-Carlucet, Sireuil, Sergeac…

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