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Les remparts de Colmars-les-Alpes, le Barry et l'ancienne Poudrière
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On notera la présence de la célébrissime Blotmobile, connue et admirée dans le Haut-Verdon, à Londres et un peu partout ailleurs… Certains prétendent qu'elle a appartenu à l'ingénieur La Blottière, qui accompagnait Vauban lors de son inspection en 1700 ; d'autres prétendent que c'est une rumeur sans fondement, et qu'elle appartient à un anglais qui a pris racine dans le Haut-Verdon. Allez donc savoir…
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