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Plaza de Monpazier (Francia)
Plaza de Monpazier (Francia)
  • Author: xhunter83 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-05-04 13:36:50
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°40'48"N - 0°53'39"O
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Monpazier (Francia, 3-5-2009)
Monpazier (Francia, 3-5-2009)
  • Author: Juanje Orío Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2009-05-03 12:05:45
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°40'48"N - 0°53'38"O
  • Artículo en Wikipedia: Monpazier ====================== Expos ====================== Expos (galleries) 01 Expos (galleries) 02 Expos (galleries) 03 () Expos (galleries) 04 Expos (galleries) 05 Expos (galleries) 06 Expos (galleries) 07 Expos (galleries) 08 Expos (galleries) 09 Expos (galleries) 10 HOF ====================================================
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Monpazier, Dordogne, Aquitaine
Monpazier, Dordogne, Aquitaine
  • Author: surreydock Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2015-10-07 15:02:16
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°40'48"N - 0°53'39"O
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Monpazier, Dordogne
Monpazier, Dordogne
  • Author: surreydock Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2015-10-07 15:07:05
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°40'48"N - 0°53'39"O
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Monpazier, Dordogne, Aquitaine
Monpazier, Dordogne, Aquitaine
  • Author: surreydock Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2015-10-07 15:09:38
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°40'48"N - 0°53'39"O
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Monpazier - Julien Buffarot
Monpazier - Julien Buffarot
  • Author: Martin M. Miles Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-08-01 00:00:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°40'48"N - 0°53'39"O
  • Monpazier was originally an English bastide, founded in 1284 by a general of the English king Edward I. The Royal Charter granted to the bastide was associated with advantages for the residents, such as tax exemption and the abolition of sovereign rights. During the Hundred Years' War, Monpazier was fiercely contested and was taken several times by the English and French. The inhabitants violently opposed the reformation, but Huguenots could temporarily occupy the town in 1574. At the end of the 16th century, Monpazier was one of the main venues of the croquant rebellions ("Jacquerie des croquants") a long peasant uprising, that lasted for decades. One of the leaders, the weaver Buffarot, was captured in 1637 and executed in the central square of Monpazier, seen here. The execution took part on 6th August 1637. This was a Thursday, the Market Day, to give the gathering public a spectacle .. and to send a message to the adults. Julien Buffarot was condemned to "supplice de la roue". The "breaking wheel" was the most gruesome form of public execution. The victim was taken to a scaffold and tied to the floor. The goal now was the agonizing mutilation of the body, not death. The torture started with breaking the leg bones, by dripping the execution wheel on the shinbones of the person and then worked his way up to the arms. In many cases the executioner was instructed to execute the person at the end by aiming for the neck or heart in a "coup de grace". Then body was braided into another wooden spoked wheel, which was possible through the broken limbs. The wheel was then erected on a mast or pole, like a crucifixion.
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Monpazier - Saint-Dominique
Monpazier - Saint-Dominique
  • Author: Martin M. Miles Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-08-01 00:00:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°40'50"N - 0°53'41"O
  • Monpazier was originally an English bastide, founded in 1284 by a general of the English king Edward I. The Royal Charter granted to the bastide was associated with advantages for the residents, such as tax exemption and the abolition of sovereign rights. During the Hundred Years' War, Monpazier was fiercely contested and was taken several times by the English and French. The inhabitants violently opposed the reformation, but Huguenots could temporarily occupy the town in 1574. At the end of the 16th century, Monpazier was one of the main venues of the croquant rebellions ("Jacquerie des croquants") a long peasant uprising, that lasted for decades. One of the leaders, the weaver Buffarot, was captured in 1637 and executed in the central square of Monpazier. Saint-Dominique was probably erected end of the 13th century. As the bastide got captured, recaptured and looted during the Hundred Years' War, the church got repaired and rebuilt after 1450. Side chapels were added in the 16th century. The furious vandalists of the Revolutions chiselled off the ancient tympanum. Some years later the empty space was filled by this inscription "Le peuple Français reconnaît l'existence de l'Être Suprême et l'immortalité de l'âme." "The French people recognize the existence of the Supreme Being and the immortality of the soul."
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Monpazier - Saint-Dominique
Monpazier - Saint-Dominique
  • Author: Martin M. Miles Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-08-01 00:00:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°40'50"N - 0°53'41"O
  • Monpazier was originally an English bastide, founded in 1284 by a general of the English king Edward I. The Royal Charter granted to the bastide was associated with advantages for the residents, such as tax exemption and the abolition of sovereign rights. During the Hundred Years' War, Monpazier was fiercely contested and was taken several times by the English and French. The inhabitants violently opposed the reformation, but Huguenots could temporarily occupy the town in 1574. At the end of the 16th century, Monpazier was one of the main venues of the croquant rebellions ("Jacquerie des croquants") a long peasant uprising, that lasted for decades. One of the leaders, the weaver Buffarot, was captured in 1637 and executed in the central square of Monpazier. Saint-Dominique was erected late 13th / early 14th century. As the bastide got captured, recaptured and looted during the Hundred Years' War, the church got repaired and rebuilt after 1450. Side chapels were added in the 16th century. This strange carving is from the time, the church was built. A human to the right - and two snakes (one devouring a person)? Or two birds? Or chimaerae?
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Monpazier - Saint-Dominique
Monpazier - Saint-Dominique
  • Author: Martin M. Miles Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-08-01 00:00:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°40'50"N - 0°53'41"O
  • Monpazier was originally an English bastide, founded in 1284 by a general of the English king Edward I. The Royal Charter granted to the bastide was associated with advantages for the residents, such as tax exemption and the abolition of sovereign rights. During the Hundred Years' War, Monpazier was fiercely contested and was taken several times by the English and French. The inhabitants violently opposed the reformation, but Huguenots could temporarily occupy the town in 1574. At the end of the 16th century, Monpazier was one of the main venues of the croquant rebellions ("Jacquerie des croquants") a long peasant uprising, that lasted for decades. One of the leaders, the weaver Buffarot, was captured in 1637 and executed in the central square of Monpazier. Saint-Dominique was probably erected end of the 13th century. As the bastide got captured, recaptured and looted during the Hundred Years' War, the church got repaired and rebuilt after 1450. Side chapels were added in the 16th century. Today Monpazier is one of the "Plus Beaux Villages de France", - the most beautiful villages of France.
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Monpazier
Monpazier
  • Author: pe_ha45 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-06-17 11:05:39
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°40'48"N - 0°53'39"O
  • Monpazier is one of the finest examples of a bastide town and a commune in the Dordogne département of France. Built in 1284 by Edward I of England it follows the classic plan of a bastide, built round a square surrounded by arcades, with a large church near the centre. Despite being involved in numerous wars throughout the middle ages it remains largely untouched. It is one of the prettiest towns in the Dordogne region. (Wikivoyage)
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Little Marketplace
Little Marketplace
  • Author: jo.misere Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-05-15 14:03:58
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°40'50"N - 0°53'39"O
  • Monpazier Marketplace France
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  • Author: Leica Bill Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-02-25 12:36:30
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°40'52"N - 0°53'44"O
  • Created with RNI Films app. Preset 'Kodak Gold 800'
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20190923_184937
20190923_184937
  • Author: Toothie Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-09-23 12:16:54
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°41'2"N - 0°53'53"O
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20190922_162125
20190922_162125
  • Author: Toothie Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-09-22 16:21:25
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°40'55"N - 0°53'37"O
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20190922_170424
20190922_170424
  • Author: Toothie Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-09-22 17:04:24
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°40'48"N - 0°53'38"O
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