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The database behind this site was the loving creation of Suzy Oakes, who has since passed away. She is greatly missed. You can see her obituary in the Guardian
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Description: The Dordogne is a department formed in 1790 from, and roughly equivalent to Périgord and part of Aquitaine. It is also the name of the river which gives the department its name. The west, especially in the river valleys, is fertile and vines and wheat are cultivated. The Dordogne is known for its chestnuts, walnuts and truffles.
Most frequent country: France
Most frequent region: Dordogne in Aquitaine in Gascony
See places: French food and cuisine, Gascony, Aquitaine, Bergerac, Périgord
See foods and dishes: aiguillettes de canard au vinaigre, friands de Bergerac, mique, Valadou
See drinks, wines etc: Monbazillac, Pècharmant