Since 1933, Orange’s Museum has been located in a 17th Centuryprivate mansion, once home to Georges Van Cuyl, a Dutch gentleman who the Prince of Orange had instructed to carry out the arming of the hill Château.
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Orange’s Roman theatre, constructed at the beginning of the Christian era, owes its reputation to the exceptional condition of its backdrop wall. Life in the old city revolved around it. The superb acoustics and structure enabled an audience of 9 000 to attend performances there.