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And we like the may wroght-iron balconies in the old town.
The two bell towers are impressive, and the sound is just as impressive: sitting at a terrace café in the evening, sipping a "ballon de rouge" and snacking on fromage de Banon, conversation stops for a few minutes when they chime.
The citadel was first built in the 10th century, and destroyed in 1601.
At the peak of the hill is the 19th-c octagonal Notre-Dame-de-Provence chapel [photo-1], with beautiful carved-stone figures and stone tiled domed roof.
The normal Monday market has just about everything you could imagine, including agricultural plants and equipment.
The market fills the main Place du Bourguet and overflows down the adjoining streets.