Rocamadour is a small village on the edge of a cliff, in the south of central France. It is known for its Religious City, a complex of religious buildings accessible by the Grand Staircase. Among these buildings are the Notre-Dame chapel, with its statue of the Black Madonna, and the Saint-Sauveur basilica, of Romanesque-Gothic architecture. The Monkey Forest, a park where macaques roam freely, is located to the northeast. The Rocher des Aigles ornithological park is to the west.