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to the web-site of the association for tourism in Javerlhac and Chapelle Saint Robert

in the beautiful green Perigord.

The commune is part of the Parc Naturel Régional Périgord-Limousin. On its territory are four monuments historiques: the castle and church in the village Javerlhac, a fomer royal forge with two bridges at the hamlet Forgeneuve, and in the village of Chapelle Saint Robert a roman church recently renovated.

We have several footpaths (hiking paths) - the oldest and best known is the one called  "de la Pierre Virade".

The village of Javerlhac has many “amenities”

  • Town hall (open monday to friday, saturday closed)
  • Post office (open from tuesday to friday 9-12 and 2-4 pm, saturday 9-12, closed on monday)
  • Hotspot wifi (in front of the town hall)
  • Central Bar – bistro/menu
  • Hotel/restaurant/bar
  • 3 Bakers (on tuesdays and fridays pizza to order)
  • Butcher shop (picnic food)
  • Chemist
  • 2 Doctors full time in the village
  • 3 Hairdressing salons
  • Grocery store open daily
  • 2 Garages, 1 fuel+mechanics, 1 mechanics
  • Other services available
  • Fish store (mobile) tuesday morning only
  • Burger bar (mobile) sunday evening only

Tourist information is open during July+August, monday to friday 10 am to 12 am

The office and website are staffed by volunteers. Therefore news and updates are completed when time allows.

* The castle of Javerlhac, 16th century,

* Forgeneuve, lmill, former blast furnace which produced canons (17th-18th century),

* The church Saint Etienne in the village Javerlhac (12th, 18th century) with a twisted spire.

* The church Saint Robert in the village Chapelle St-Robert, (12th century).

Hotspot Wifi

in front of the 'mairie'

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What is this sculpture showing?  -  by   webmaster

Until last week, I thought I knew what animal is represented by this sculpture high on a wall. Now I doubt and have 6 different propositions. So please tell me what you see.

The picture I always showSculpture-animal-au-soleil

and below the same view without sun...

Sculpture-animal-JaverlhacFinaly I tried to take a picture from the left ...

St-Etienne-ext-animal_gauche

and from the right ...

St-Etienne-ext-animal_04-kl.jpg

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Published on 14/08/2019 ! 22:03   | |    |


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 by Didier_RAYMOND 20/11/2019 ! 19:36

Je viens de prendre tardivement connaissance de la question "mystère". À première vue cette sculpture incomplète, qui pourrait provenir d'un élément d'ornementation remanié d'un portail roman, m'évoque un gros animal (mammifère) "sur les genoux". C'est une attitude qui est observable chez les éléphants (pas seulement ceux du PS), le seul mammifère réputé pour posséder quatre genoux. Après tout, il y a bien des éléphants sculptés sur un des chapiteaux de l'église romane de la Chapelle-Saint-Robert, et l'animal n'est pas rare dans l'art roman. Mais il faudrait avoir plus d'informations sur la sculpture en question ainsi que sur son environnement...

Salutations à Sigrun...

Good to know

There is a bus from Angoulême to Nontron via Javerlhac (ligne 20).

Since January 2020 it costs  2 Euro to go to Angoulême (with the return ticket 3,60 E). The bus stops on the place 8 Mai 1945. NLes horaires sur le site du Conseil général de la Charente (ICI)