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St Jean du puy TRETS
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L'Ermitage de St Jean du puy est situé au sommet d'une colline à une altitude de 658 mètres. Cet ermitage est un observatoire qui surplombe toute la vallée de l'Arc , dont la ville de Trets ainsi que le village de St Zacharie qui est situé de l'autre coté. Il fait face à la Montagne Sainte Victoire. Les transformations successives ne permettent plus d'imaginer de façon précise ce qu'était l'ermitage à l'origine. Une partie sert aujourd'hui de refuge , la chapelle est consacrée à St Jean Baptiste.


(extrait du site http://trets.free.fr)

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Uploaded: 18/05/2009
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