Saint Flour is a “Town for All Centuries” in the deep heart of France • Deep Heart of France

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There are several towns in central France that are famous mostly for “being medieval”. Many of them are immaculately restored; they give you an idea of how they must have looked in the 13th or 14th centuries. (Think of the incredible ensemble of medieval architecture in Sarlat-la-Caneda or the settings right out of The Three Musketeers in the “most beautiful village” of Pérouges.) They exist now primarily as tourist attractions where the curious traveler can have a window into life as it might have been in the distant past…

Continued at the source: Saint Flour is a “Town for All Centuries” in the deep heart of France