Troglodytic habitat in the chalky cliff of La Roche-Guyon (France), probably dating before the 18th century. During the XVIIIth century, the Duchess d’Enville decided to landscape part of the park around the castle as an english garden. Some of the grottos in the garden, dug prior to the landscaping, were used as houses, storage, or stables by the inhabitants of the village. Although it is very difficult to date troglodytic structures, archaeological finds show that some on the property may have been constructed during prehistoric times.Thanks for the original asset creator : Global Digital Heritage
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