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The Neolithic tombstones were erected 5000-2000 BC and are formed of massive blocks of stone.

The White Dolmen at Nojals-et-Clotte. Listed as an Historical Monument, it is one of Périgord’s most magnificent dolmens. The chamber is made from great blocks of standing stone and covered with stone slabs.

The Peyre Negro Dolmen
at Nojals-et-Clotte. Situated not far from the White Dolmen, it forms a large table in brown rock.

Nojals Church
The tomb of Sister Marie-Céline de la Présentation (Jeanne Germaine Castang), born May 23, 1878 in Nojals, died May 30, 1897 in Talence and buried June 26, 2006 in Nojals.
She was beatified September 16, 2007 at the Bordeaux cathedral.




 

 
Nojals Church
 

Sainte-Anne de Clottes Church

Sainte-Anne de Clottes Church
The inclines rise just to the start of the bell tower, pierced by two twin semi-circular bays under the triangular crest of the wall belfry.