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River Source La Fontaine De Vaucluse France
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La Fontaine de Vaucluse is a spring that at times can be slow and meandering or a raging torrent. During the Spring, as many as 28,000 gallons of water per second flow as snow melt from the surrounding mountains gushes up from an underground reservoir.

Starting an easy hike from the village, you can see some beautiful scenery, the remains of a fortress high on the cliffs, and tourists in totally inappropriate footwear.

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