from left to right, Marqueyssac - Beynac - Castelnaud
NO THE MASSACRE IN THE VALLEY OF THE DORDOGNE!
- Threat on one of the most beautiful sites in France, classified by UNESCO, pride of Périgord.
- Wastage of the money from our taxes: 50 million for a disproportionate road infrastructure totally useless.
- Democracy flouted: 90% opposition during the public inquiry.
IN DEMOCRACY NO IT'S NO!
The castle of Fayrac is a house on the banks of the Dordogne, in the municipality of Castelnaud la Chapelle. The monument has been classified as a historical monument since 1928.
Fayrac Castle was built in the 15th and 16th centuries. It was renovated in the 19th century and has the full features of a fortified castle with its donjon, the main building, the…
Photos that capture the legacy of the soul, from Tina Turner to Amy Winehouse.
At the end of the fifties and the beginning of the sixties, soul-black music emerged with elements of R & B, gospel and blues in the south of the United States and later in Detroit, where pop-infused Motown hits and Chicago in their had a grip. Although male artists such as James Brown were in favor of the soul for the first time, women became a driving force in the genre, when legends such as Etta James and Aretha Franklin were central.
Soul music became a powerful tool for tackling social and political issues, such as civil rights and the Vietnam War, which also involved white soul singers like Dusty Springfield and Janis Joplin.