Le Relais de la Foret
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... that protect the Chateau. These lands and dwellings originally belonged to the Trencavel family in the 11th Century, in 1208 Pope Innocent III called for a religious crusade against the Trencavels. Carcassonne was besieged and surrendered on 15 August 1209. The Viscount of Carcassonne, Roger Raymond Trencavel surrendered himself with the guarantee that all of his people in the city would be allowed to go free. The crusaders arrested the young a Viscount and threw him into ...
... the Bastide side. Much to Kate's pleasure we were able to visit two more churches including a climb of 213 stairs to the top of a very windy and cold bell tower of St Vincent Church for a panoramic view over the Bastide including the Medival City and its Chateau. This church has the largest naive in southern France and was built between 14th and 15th centuries. We then walked along the narrow streets through the ramparts that formed a protection border to enter ...
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Question: Do the museums only focus on the 6 million Jews? I see other articles claim that as many as 16-20 million were killed by the Nazis. Here’s one site:
My response to that email:
Thanks, but I don't need that website. All my narratives made very clear that Jews were not the only ones being exterminated. In Auschwitz 1 I state very clearly that ...
Another three hundred
mile day with some interesting bits of countryside. The journey was
marked by being caught in a major thunderstorm the like of which we
had never seen and we were only a mile and a half from the hotel.
Cars came to a halt on the motorway unable to clear their
windscreens. We were saturated within seconds and I was seriously
worried about how close the lightening bolts ...
... with no marking at the actual site. Finding them feels like a scavenger hunt of sorts. These ancient stones and stone structures have a certain, how to say it without sounding "Newagey," a kind of a presence or energy about them which is captivating in some strange way. Perhaps because they are tangible, touchable evidence of ancestors from literally thousands of years ago. Annie and I both have found these sites very engaging ...