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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.

Isolée, à quelques kilomètres de la ville, ce lieu de pèlerinage (6 juillet) est propice au recueillement.

Château Val Seille (opposite), with its park adorned with pools, grottos, fountains, rose garden and aviary, is among the region’s most beautiful city halls.

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.

The Roman Theatre rests its seats against this hill. It dominates not only the city but also the Rhone Valley and the countryside leading east to Mont Ventoux, and offers visitors an outstanding panorama.

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