All monuments and sites

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Olive oil was one of the keys to Saint-Paul de Vence's prosperity for many years. In the 19th century, the village had seven watermills for extracting olive oil…
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It was part of the old medieval wall…
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The tower gate in the 14th-century walls is a fine example of medieval military architecture with machicolations and a loophole…
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It defended the North Gate into Saint-Paul de Vence. The famous Lacan cannon stills stands guard ...
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It was constructed between 1543 and 1547 under the reign of François I, confirming Saint-Paul de Vence as a military stronghold and "royal town" ...
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Main tower of the former fortress, home to the Town Hall since the 18th century, it is one of the oldest buildings in Saint-Paul de Vence ...
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Dedicated to the conversion of Saint Paul, it has kept its Romanesque choir, its stalls from the 17th century and several lateral chapels in the Baroque style ...
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Home to the brotherhood of White Penitents for over three centuries, the chapel was redecorated by Jean-Michel Folon ...
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The former market square stands at the heart of the village. Its washhouse and monumental fountain (1850) offer welcome shade and water …
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A tiny enclosed bridge connecting two parts of a house on either side of Rue Grande. Constructed in the 15th century...
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The eternal resting place of painter Marc Chagall, who died in Saint-Paul in 1985, is located in the south of the village facing the Mediterranean Sea...
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Further monuments and museums are located outside the village ramparts. Some are listed Historical Monuments and others are recognised by the French Ministry of Culture…