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... he died in September 1209 at the tender age of 24. Over the years the property has been handed to Kings of France and was set up as a strategic military fortress. By the 18th Century it was totally abandoned and was becoming a ruin with people taking whatever they could ie, stone, marble etc. In 1844 the State appointed architect Eugene Viollet-Le-Duc to oversee restoration work. He undertook a complete study of the fortifications and in 1853 the first part of the restoration ...
Today was both a sad, yet exciting day. We were all a little sad to be leaving Montpezat-de-Quercy where we througly enjoyed our stay, but excited to head off onto the next stage of our adventure. On our last drive down the hill we spotted three wild deer in a field near the road, this is a rare sighting and we guess they came out to say goodbye as well.
Next stop Carcassone! Carcassone is a very interesting city which is divided by the L'Aude River with a ...
... Labyrinth" back in the mid 2000s. The Languedoc region, in the 10th to 13th centuries, was highly cultural, open-minded, and independent; it was not part of France. This atmosphere attracted the Cathars from eastern Europe. Cathars called themselves the Friends of God; they are also referred to as Albigensians. Cathars were Christians but had several beliefs that were opposite to the Church's teachings (the Church being the Catholic Church): there was no priesthood, no ...
... br> Back to our little car we set off once again making a point of only using the D roads driving almost 300 klms through back roads and through tiny villages, up mountains and down into gorges to find castles. We are following the Cathar guide book we have picked up in Carcassone to the first of the castles perched high on a very steep hill. The climb looks daunting and i start out with a great deal of trepidation ...
... journey even if it was very typical of every other medieval town,
including San Marino and Mont San Michel. It made a pleasant end to
the day and the end of the holiday. We dined outside yet again, in a
small square jammed full of dining tables from at least four
restaurants. We finally wandered back to the hotel, well after
darkness had fallen, admiring the flood-lit ancient city walls.