Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Die, France - June 14, 2010

If, by a remote chance, you have heard of the Clairette de Die, a sparkling wine, then you are up to speed on the best known aspect of Die.
A small commune in the DrĂ´me department of south-eastern France, Die was a former French Catholic diocese from 1678 to the French Revolution.
Through most of our visit torrential rain fell and fairly much flooded the camp site. We seized the opportunity during a break between deluges to do a walkabout and were pleased to find a cool little rural town with a variety of small shops and a sadly rundown ex-cathedral.
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