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Sarlat-la-Canéda,

Listed under Towns in South West, France.

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Said to have been inhabited since Gallo-Roman times, Sarlat became a prosperous city at the end of the VIII century under the reign of Pepin le Bref and Charlemagne when the benedictines established a monastery there.

Tourist office of Sarlat.

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