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  • 1 Cathédrale St Véran

    Religious buildings

    Rue Diderot F - 84300 Cavaillon

    This cathedral honours the patron saint of shepherds and former bishop of Cavaillon. This originally Romanesque building underwent significant changes in the 18C. Access is via the right side and a charming little cloister. Paintings by Nicolas Migna..

  • 2 Place du Clos

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    place du Clos F - 84300 Cavaillon

    For many years this square hosted the main melon market. Vestiges of a small Roman boat have been on view here since 1880.

  • 3 Synagogue and Jewish Museum

    Religious buildings

    Rue Hébraïque (accueil à l’angle de la rue Chabran) F - 84300 Cavaillon

    This synagogue, France's oldest, dating from the 15C, was rebuilt in Provençal Baroque style between 1772 and 1774. Only the exterior turret hints at the presence of an older building. The prayer room contains colourful panelling, stucco pictures of ..

  • 4 Musée de l'Hôtel-Dieu

    Museums and art

    Place Jean-Bastide F - 84300 Cavaillon

    Fine archaeological collections are on display in this former hospital, including objects discovered on the Colline Saint-Jacques, such as ceramics, money and funeral urns. The history of the building is illustrated on ceramic and glass ointment pots..

  • 5 St Jacques Hill

    Nature and gardens

    F - 84300 Cavaillon

    The originally Romanesque Chapelle Saint-Jacques stands in a pretty garden. The view from the vantage point of the viewpoint indicator extends over the town and the vegetable-growing plain, the Durance Valley, Mt Ventoux and the Alpilles.

  • 6 La Carrière Jewish Quarter

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    rue Hébraïque F - 84300 Cavaillon

    This was Cavaillon's Jewish ghetto. The synagogue on rue Hébraïque houses the regional Jewish Museum.

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