Category Archives: Dordogne

Lascaux II v. Lascaux 4!

What an interesting scenario this is! We’ve always been awe-struck by Lascaux II as have our visitors. Created over 40 years ago, it is just amazing how accurate it is without the use of modern computer surveying technology. Plus, the … Continue reading

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Walking with Dinosaurs – and Ichthyosaurs!

Our interest in the Steve Etches Museum goes back to February 2015 when a very good friend invited us to a talk at Wareham Archaeology Society. The speaker was Steve Etches who captivated us with images of finds he had … Continue reading

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Lascaux 4 is open!

The long awaited opening of Lascaux 4 happened on the 15th December 2016! This seemed an unlikely date in the depths of the winter (and it can get very cold in the Vezere Valley – we’ve known temperatures as low … Continue reading

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