Roc-aux-Sorciers is an Upper Paleolithic rock shelter site dating to the mid-Magdalenian cultural stage, ca 14000 yBP, made famous by its relief wall carvings. The site is in the French commune of Angles-sur-l'Anglin, in Vienne.
La Souterraine (Occitan: La Sotarrana) is a commune in the Creuse department in the Limousin region in central France.
Latitude: 46° 14' 13.70" N
Longitude: 1° 29' 13.24" E
Articles of interest in La Souterraine
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The Brame (Occitan: Brama, French: la Brame) is a 60.4 km (37.5 mi) long river in the Creuse and Haute-Vienne départements, central France. Its source is at La Souterraine. It flows generally west.
The Anglin is a 91 km (57 mi) long river in the Creuse, Indre and Vienne départements in central France. Its source is near Azerables. It flows generally northwest.
The Château de Brosse is a ruined castle in the commune of Chaillac, near Saint-Benoît-du-Sault in the Indre département of France.
The Semme (French: la Semme) is a 50.3 km long river in the Creuse and Haute-Vienne départements, central France. Its source is in Saint-Priest-la-Feuille.
The Lac de Chambon (Chambon Lake) is an artificial lake on the Creuse River, France, created by the Eguzon dam, a hydroelectric dam. Beaches have been created around the lake, the largest in the Centre Region. There is a sailing school on the lake n…
The Château de Saint-Germain-Beaupré is a château in the commune of Saint-Germain-Beaupré in the Creuse département of France.
The Benaize (Occitan: Benaise, French: la Benaize) is a 79-kilometre (49 mi) long river in the Creuse, Haute-Vienne, Vienne and Indre départements, central France. Its source is near La Souterraine. It flows generally northwest.
The Abloux is a 49.6-kilometre (30.8 mi) long river in the Creuse and Indre départements, central France. Its source is at Bazelat. It flows generally northwest.