The Dark Madonna of Rocamadour, a gilded wooden statue from the 12th century or earlier. She reigns in the chapel of St. Saviour's Church, at the top of a 222-step staircase, in a place where druids once worshipped. Rocamadour gives its name to a rich walnut cake and a savory goat cheese.
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