Beaune-les-Mines is a district of the city of Limoges in Haute-Vienne, in the Limousin.
Bordered by the East side Mazelle Valley Beaune-les-Mines has a pleasant setting between lush nature and rich cultural heritage. The city of Limoges is indeed labeled city of art and history since 2008.
Historically, Beaune-les-Mines was a separate municipality of Limoges, about 10 km north of downtown. It takes its name from gold mining operations in the twentieth century. The town was incorporated in Limoges in 1962 and will remain until the 1970s a typical village of the Limousin countryside, with its church in the Romanesque architecture. It is nowadays common in the modern urbanization.
Beaune-les-Mines has landmarks such as Castle Essarts or the site of the Mazelle Valley.