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Monpazier - the square

Voici une vue sur la place de Monpazier.

Monpazier est une commune française située dans le département de la Dordogne, en région Aquitaine. Ses habitants sont appelés les Monpaziérois. C'est le chef-lieu du canton de Monpazier.
Située dans le sud du Périgord, aux frontières de l'Agenais, à 45 km de Bergerac et 45 km au sud de Sarlat, la ville se situe tout près du Dropt.
Commune la moins étendue du département et ancienne bastide du XIIIe siècle, Monpazier est un secteur sauvegardé qui fait partie de l'association Les Plus Beaux Villages de France.

La photo a été prise en août 2012, en fin d'après-midi. Panorama réalisé en version HDR (enfuse).

Source : http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monpazier

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