| ♕ |  Rocamadour - Dordogne, France  |  by © Patrick Clenet

Rocamadour has attracted visitors for centuries for its steep cliff-hanging setting over the tributary gorge of the River Dordogne. It has been a popular tourist destination especially for its status as the Sanctuary of the Blessed Virgin Mary, which has attracted pilgrims from all over the world of Christianity, among them are kings, bishops, and nobles.   [Ref. Wiki: Rocamadour]
Oct 22, 2011 / 66 notes

| Rocamadour - Dordogne, France  |  by © Patrick Clenet

Rocamadour has attracted visitors for centuries for its steep cliff-hanging setting over the tributary gorge of the River Dordogne. It has been a popular tourist destination especially for its status as the Sanctuary of the Blessed Virgin Mary, which has attracted pilgrims from all over the world of Christianity, among them are kings, bishops, and nobles.   [Ref. Wiki: Rocamadour]

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