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street scene In Bargemon in the Var, 'the grandest of all the many fountains forms the centrepiece of the elm-shaded main square' of this 'large and lively village, idyllically set in hilly, wooded countryside, carpeted with orange trees and mimosas. It was greatly favoured by the Romans, perhaps on account of its mild climate and famed spring waters, and has retained an extensive section of its medieval ramparts and numerous medieval stone houses. But what makes the village so special are its many shaded streets and small, fountain-adorned squares.' An idyll.

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