Limousin (French pronunciation: [limuzɛ̃] ( listen); Occitan: Lemosin) is one of the 27 regions of France. It is composed of three departments: Corrèze, Creuse and Haute-Vienne.
Saint-Yrieix-la-Perche (Occitan: Sent Iriès) is a commune in the Haute-Vienne department in the Limousin region in west-central France.
Latitude: 45° 30' 57.74" N
Longitude: 1° 12' 20.48" E
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The Château de Chalus-Chabrol (Occitan Limousin : Chasteu de Chasluç-Chabròl) is a castle in the commune of Châlus in the département of Haute-Vienne, France.
Limousin (Occitan: Lemosin), one of the traditional provinces of France with a history reaching back to Celtic and Roman times, surrounds the city of Limoges (Occitan: Limòtges). Limousin lies in the foothills of the western edge of the Massif Centr…
The Château de Montbrun is a castle in the commune of Dournazac in the Haute-Vienne département of France. The castle was built in the 12th and 15th centuries, and was restored in the late 19th.
The Château de Bourdeilles is a castle located in the commune of Bourdeilles in the Dordogne département in France.
The Parc naturel régional Périgord Limousin (or Regional Natural Park Périgord Limousin) was created March 9, 1998. It consists of 78 communes situated in the Dordogne and Haute Vienne départements.
Perpezac-le-Noir is a commune in the Corrèze department in central France.
The Côle (French: la Côle) is a 51.5 km (32.0 mi) long river in the Dordogne département, south-central France. It rises near le Châtenet, a hamlet in Firbeix. It flows generally southwest.
The Château de Châlucet, a ruined castle, is in the commune of Saint-Jean-Ligoure, about 10 km to the south of Limoges, in the département of Haute-Vienne, and less than 2 km from the Pôle de Lanaud.
The Loue (Occitan: Loa) is a 51 km long stream in the Limousin and Aquitaine regions, France.
The Lizonne (French: la Lizonne), also called Nizonne, is a 60.5 km (37.6 mi) long river in the Dordogne and Charente départements, southwestern France. Its source is near Morelière, a hamlet in Sceau-Saint-Angel. It flows generally southwest.…
The Briance (French: la Briance) is a 57.7 km (35.9 mi) long river in the Haute-Vienne département, central France. Its source is at La Croisille-sur-Briance. It flows generally northwest.
The Boucheuse is a river in south-western France.
The Ravillou is a 13 km long stream in the Dordogne department, France. It is a tributary of the Loue, part of the Dordogne basin. The river rises in the commune of Dussac, it runs through Saint-Germain-des-Prés and empties into the Loue northwest o…
The Penchennerie is a stream in southwestern France.
The Marsaguet is a stream in the Haute-Vienne department, France.
Haute Loue (French meaning the Upper Loue) is a river in the Dordogne department of France.
The Dalon is a river in the Limousin (Corrèze department) and the Aquitaine (Dordogne department) regions of France.