La Roque Saint-Christophe

Le Moustier, Dordogne, Dec 30th. A massive, 5 levels high, 1 km-long cliff overlooks the Vézère river. It has been the habitat of people for more than 50,000 years: from the Neanderthalers till the Renaissance. The “Roque Saint-Christophe” was the stronghold of a township consisting of ~100 dwellings in the course of the Middle-Ages…

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