With the Land of Art and History of Cauvaldor – Le Petit Journal

June 15 – Château de Taillefer-Gintrac Credits: Department of Lot

Communicated. With the Land of Art and History of Cauvaldor, four visits are on the program. The land of art and history of Cauvaldor has put together four visits with eclectic themes to learn everything about the territory. Participants can already register for these free visits.
In May: nature and painting meetingOn Friday May 24 at 7 p.m. in Saint-Céré within the house of associations, a round table evening, with screening and debate is offered in partnership with the Department of Lot and the Ecaussystem association. It will discuss the ecosystem of rivers based on the example of La Bave yesterday and today, with Audrey Larousse from the SMDMCA and Benjamin Potel, ecologist and nature guide. Participants are expected with their snacks to exchange and debate on this current and sensitive subject, in a friendly atmosphere. * SMDMCA: Dordogne Middle and Cère Aval Mixed Union. On Friday May 31 at 3 p.m. in Cornac, a meeting is planned with Diane Henry-Lormelle, heritage restorer. She directed the restoration of the mural paintings in the Chapel of the Pénitents. This meeting will allow participants to discover the secrets of these frescoes as well as the characteristics of his work, including production techniques, conservation and presentation challenges.
In June: heritage and architectureOn the occasion of Archeology Days, Saturday June 15 at 3 p.m., a guided tour of the Taillefer castle site in Gintrac will allow you to meet the archaeologist Evelyne Billaud and the town planning officer Clovis Gorisse. This 2-hour walk will be an opportunity to learn more about the environmental changes on the site. Essential walking shoes. Friday June 28 at 3 p.m. Édouard Segalen of the Lot Architecture, Town Planning and Environment Council will meet in Saint-Céré. This guided walk will allow the public to learn more about the architecture and history of the Cauvaldor region. More information on pays-vallee-dordogne.com Registration online, on 05 65 33 81 36, and at the tourist office counter.

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