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... they were machined gunned.
Altogether 247 woman, 190 men and 205 children perished in the most awful circumstances.
Oradour now has a museum to commemorate the atrocity and the original village has been retained and is now a memorial. A new town has been built nearby.
We first visited the museum which is a collection of photo's regarding Hitlers rise to power, his subsequent conquest of most of ...
... town we enjoyed and the buildings were magnificent. The area was clean and everyone seemed to be happily going about his or her thing. This is also where Joan of Arc met her end; she was burnt here and there is a large stature in memorial to her in the centre square.
Once again time was too short and it was onto Paris and two programmed events for us to attend. We arrived in Paris early and first tour was to ascend the Montparnasse Tower in the ...
Angles sur L'Anglin is indeed a beautiful village. Dominated by it's ruined 12th century castle, the village is a well preserved medieval village with many houses dating back the the 11th century. It's history is even older though, as a cave with wall friezes dating back some 15,000 years was discovered in the early 50's. Carved bison, horse, ibex and large felines, as well as 3 interesting female human ...
... past. We took a lot of photos which we will add later, and on our return to the site I felt that one last dip in the pool would be nice, and it was. Tomorrow we leave to spend our last two days in France at Sees, nearer to Caen and of course the ferry home. I don't expect to have internet access after today so will conclude this blog in the UK. To those who read it - thankyou!
... freshest of salad and shiny courgettes and tomatoes. The first thing I saw was an array of what seemed to be hundreds of soaps of every conceivable fragrance and colour. There were hand-made toys and children's clothes, knitted and crocheted and sold by their makers. One elderly lady was selling the asparagus from her garden, could ...