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Culture and entertainment

The cultural life in Provence is rich and inclusive; the villages and markets, paintings and ceramics, music and entertainment as well as a large number of museums and theme parks. Not a single day passes in the summertime without a large number of events taking place around you. If you wish to indulge in the rich cultural life, you can find some initial suggestions here.

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    Le ch?teau de Sauvan
    Near the village of Mane lies a wonderful small manor, build in 1719 to the French Queen Marie Antoinette. The manor is also known as ?Little Trianon?. Open to 3 pm.
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    Mus?e de la mine et des mineurs
    Between 1817 and 1948 Villeneuve was an active mining village and you can still spot the old mineshafts around. In St. Maime is a small museum. Open every afternoon.


    l'Observatoire de Haute-Provence
    The mountains of Luberon plays host to one of Europe?s largest observatory, where researchers can study the space 190 days a year. Open Wednesday afternoon.
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    Market Provence-market in Forcalquier
    This is a must! Every Monday morning the town hosts the largest and most genuine Provence market in the department.
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