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    Saint-Rémy-de-Provence historical center

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    Saint-Rémy-de-Provence

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    13210

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    Saint Rémy’s historic centre is encircled by a boulevard called ‘le Cours’ that was built on the old moat, which ran along the outside of the ramparts in the Middle Ages. The core of the Medieval town remained intact until the late 1700s and its modern-day layout hasn’t altered much. Saint Rémy’s historic centre is encircled by a boulevard called ‘le Cours’ that was built on the old moat, which ran along the outside of the ramparts in the Middle Ages. The core of the Medieval town remained intact until the late 1700s and its modern-day layout hasn’t altered much. Saint Rémy’s historic centre is encircled by a boulevard called ‘le Cours’ that was built on the old moat, which ran along the outside of the ramparts in the Middle Ages. The core of the Medieval town remained intact until the late 1700s and its modern-day layout hasn’t altered much. Saint Rémy’s historic centre is encircled by a boulevard called ‘le Cours’ that was built on the old moat, which ran along the outside of the ramparts in the Middle Ages. The core of the Medieval town remained intact until the late 1700s and its modern-day layout hasn’t altered much. Saint Rémy’s historic centre is encircled by a boulevard called ‘le Cours’ that was built on the old moat, which ran along the outside of the ramparts in the Middle Ages. The core of the Medieval town remained intact until the late 1700s and its modern-day layout hasn’t altered much. Saint Rémy’s historic centre is encircled by a boulevard called ‘le Cours’ that was built on the old moat, which ran along the outside of the ramparts in the Middle Ages. The core of the Medieval town remained intact until the late 1700s and its modern-day layout hasn’t altered much. Saint Rémy’s historic centre is encircled by a boulevard called ‘le Cours’ that was built on the old moat, which ran along the outside of the ramparts in the Middle Ages. The core of the Medieval town remained intact until the late 1700s and its modern-day layout hasn’t altered much.


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