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They were built in the medieval period to protect the city from the barbarian invasions of the Goths, Visigoths and other Saracens.Antibes has become a focus of contemporary art thanks to the famous Picasso painter who spent a part of his life.It also comes with a small storage shed (6m) and there is a stone built overspill sluice.The lake is well stocked with carp, roach & pike and has a variety of trees e.g. A large conifer hedge creates a natural border to the rear of the lake whilst a smaller laurel hedge borders the front. Sloping plot, with a fishing pond at the lowest point, surrounded by woodland, and with views over a neighbouring lake. A leisure plot (will never attain planning permission for building a habitation) of 1650m2, with easy vehicle access.

Enjoy one of the most visited places in France : Saint Paul -de- Vence.

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Archaeologists describe them as being semi-subterranean as their floors had been dug down into the soil (pictured) Dr Grosman said: 'Although attributes of the lithic tool kit found at Nahal Ein-Gev II places the site chronologically in the Paleolithic period, other characteristics - such as its artistic tradition, size, thickness of archaeological deposits and investment in architecture - are more typical of early agricultural communities in the Neolithic period.'Characterising this important period of potential overlap in the Jordan Valley is crucial for the understanding of the socioeconomic processes that marked the shift from Paleolithic mobile societies of hunter-gatherers to Neolithic agricultural communities.'Sony SRS-XB40 has a built-in multi-coloured line light, speaker lights and a flashing strobe.

It features 24 hours of battery life and claims to be a 'mini-disco on the move'.

On the set of Le Puy, you can pay tribute to Chagall who chose to rest here with his wife and brother.

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