We stopped on the way back from the Gorges du Verdon in this town which is the largest in the area. It has a citadel on top of a hill that is best seen from below bottom rather than once you are in it, a cathedral and 4 towers and
The apse and the side chapels date from the thirteenth century, the entrance and the door, were added in the second half of the seventeenth century. After an earthquake, the dome was rebuilt at the beginning of the eighteenth century.
This French Provencal village has an unusual pear shape. Surrounded by moats, which have replaced the old walls (of which only a few ruins remain), it's a pleasant place for a walk through the quiet streets.
More than walls, are the two imposing gateways to the old part of this town in the French Provence. La Porte du Subeyran is located north of the town, and one of the four that were in the citadel, and there are thirteenth century
They say that this is one of the most beautifully decorated in bells in Provence - a pity, then, that the viewing angle makes it difficult to see well. It dates from 1725, made by Guillauma Bounard de Rians. Apparently it was first
Located south of the Provençal town of Manosque, the impressive doorway is Romanesque in style and was completed in 1382. The walls have been replaced by homes, and under the canopy you can see two pairs of hands in brass, the symbol