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Join a small group of travelers for this unique opportunity to experience the authentic provincial character of Dordogne, a hidden treasure where all the delights of Southern France have been distilled into one of Europe’s most beautiful and intact medieval villages, Sarlat-la-Canéda. Immerse yourself in the rich local culture and rhythms of daily life in the heart of this charming département, and explore the history of early humans who painted their stories on its cave walls, the largest concentration of prehistoric art in the world.
If interested, contact: Halley Stearns immediately at 800-922-3088 Ext. 228 hstearns(at)gohagantravel.com
May 10–18, 2018
Mitchell Gallery Art Educator Lucinda Edinberg will host this trip to France.
Information about May 10-18, 2018 Trip to Dordogne Region
May 24–June 1, 2018
Tutor Tom May will host this trip to France.
Information about May 24–June 1, 2018 Trip to Dordogne Region
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Read Mitchell Gallery student guard Sophy Schulman’s (A17) blog, where she engages with the artwork on display at the gallery.
Hradcany Castle, Prague, October 2015
Boarding the Amadeus Brilliant, Passau Germany, on the Danube River, October 2015
Rocamadour, above the Dordogne River, France, May 2011
Jardins d'Eyrignac, France, June 2011
Hotel Madeleine, Sarlat, France, June 2011
Overlook from Chateau de Beynac, France, June 2011
Troglodyte Village of La Madeleine, France, June 2011
Domme Marketplace, France, June 2011
Group photo, Chateau de Beynac, France, June 2011