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A walk in Manosque

Manosque is a city located in Provence in the Luberon.

Manosque is the most populated city of the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, it must be said right away that it is not a very touristy city, the old center is certainly pretty but few people spend their vacations in Manosque. Manosque is interesting as a stopover town for a visit to the Luberon or the magnificent Verdon gorges which are located at one hour drive.

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Duration: 2 h.

The Mont d'or tower

The Mont d'or tower
The Mont d'Or is a small park located on the heights of Manosque where you can find the remains of an ancient keep which dominates the city. The site has nothing exceptional. It is not very well maintained.

View on Manosque

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View on Manosque
We have a beautiful view on the city of Manosque from the Mont d'Or.

The olive trees on the Mont d'Or

The olive trees on the Mont d'Or
There is an olive tree farm on the Mont d'Or.

Place du Terreau

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Place du Terreau
The old castle on the square was destroyed during the Revolution in 1793. The square is now a large parking lot.

The church of Saint-Sauveur

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The church of Saint-Sauveur
Lovely little square in front of the church.

Pedestrian streets

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Pedestrian streets
You pass in front of the house where Jean Giono was born. The old center is not very big, you have seen everything in 45 minutes.

Door of the Saunerie

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Door of the Saunerie
In the Middle Ages, 4 gates allowed the entrance to the old city.

Place de l'Hôtel de Ville

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Place de l'Hôtel de Ville
If you're looking for restaurants and a bit of entertainment, this is the place to be.

The restaurants on the Place de l'Hôtel de Ville

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The restaurants on the Place de l'Hôtel de Ville

The Boulevard de la Plaine

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The Boulevard de la Plaine
The boulevard surrounds the old town.

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