Dordogne

(from the article `Aquitaine`) ...experienced a major development of leisure activity, centred on the towns of Saint-Jean-de-Luz and, especially, Biarritz. A number of small ...
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Dordogne

(river) River in southwest France, rising on the slopes of the Puy de Sancy in the Massif Central, Puy-de-Dôme département, and flowing southwest and west 490 km/300 mi through Souillac, Bergerac, Castillon, Libourne, and Cubzac, to join the River Garon...
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Dordogne

[river] The Dordogne (Dordonha) is a river in south-central and southwest France. The Dordogne river and its watershed was designated Biosphere Reserve by the UNESCO on July 2012. ==Name== Contrary to appearances, the name of the Dordogne is not a recent word resulting from the names of the Dore and the Dogne. It comes from an ancient Durā...
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Dordogne

Département in the southwest France with the capital Périgueux in the east of the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region. It is named after the river of the same name, which crosses the southern part of the département from east to west. It is bordered to the southwest by the Département Gironde with which it is the winegrowing region Bordeaux belongs. It i...
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Dordogne

Dordogne (dôrdô'nyu) , department (1990 pop. 387,500), SW France. Périgueux is the capital; Bergerac the other chief town. There are many prehistoric sites in the department.
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Dordogne

Dordogne, river, c.305 mi (490 km) long, rising near the Puy de Sancy in the Auvergne Mts., S central France. It flows southwest to join the Garonne River N of Bordeaux and to form the Gironde. The upper and middle Dordogne valley has become a popular tourist attraction. There are famous vineyards a...
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