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French Riviera: Saint-Paul de Vence - Cemetery and Panorama
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Saint-Paul, or Saint-Paul-de-Vence, is a commune in the Alpes-Maritimes department in southeastern France. Its Cemetery witnesses the two important souls of this charming village. It shows the importance of the religious heritage in Saint Paul. But it recalls also the attraction that artists had and have for the peaceful charme of this medieval village. Buried in this cemetery, in a very simple and almost indistinguishable tomb, is Marc Chagall, who lived and worked in the village for almost 20 years. Also Aimé and Marguerite Maeght repose here. The famous Fondation Maeght is located nearby.

The 360 image presents at the same time a top view of the Cemetery and a Panorama of the surrounding of the village.

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Uploaded: 22/02/2013
Updated: 10/04/2014
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