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Chartreuse de la Verne, Collobrieres
Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
A beautiful area full of lush greenery that is away from the bustle of the city surrounds Chartreuse de la Verne. The Chartreuse de la Verne, in English means Our Lady of Mercy of Verne, is a Roman Catholic convent attached to the Diocese of Frejus-Toulon. Built in 1170, the Chartreuse de la Verne has a long and troubled history. The Chartreuse has been burned, pillaged and destroyed multiple times. It has also been rebuilt numerous times. Despite this troubled history, many Chartreuse is not in complete ruins. For Chartreuse de la Verne and beyond, use our Collobrieres trip builder to get the most from your Collobrieres vacation.
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Lorsque l'on voit la chartreuse au détour d'un virage, on est scotché par les dimensions du site. Puis pendant la visite, on voit le travail incroyable de restauration. Un incontournable !!!When you see the chartreuse to a bend, it is taped by the dimensions of the site. Then during the visit, we see the incredible work of restoration. A must!show original
Paysage magnifique lieu de serenite appelant au recueillement. A voir par beau temps. Route un peu difficileLandscape beautiful place of serenity calling for contemplation. To see the weather. A rough roadshow original
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Une jolie route bordée de chênes liège et de châtaigniers..on se gare sur un petit parking,et là...une vue époustouflante et dominante sur des forêts à perte de vue.. Un chemin piéton mène à la Chartr... read more »A road lined with Oaks and chestnut trees... We Park on a small parking lot, and then... a stunning and dominant view of forests out of sight... A pedestrian path leads to the Chartreuse that is discovered, grandiose, and the beginning of the road (500 m walk, but accessible by car for people with disabilities), and there is more to "listen to the silence".. The visit is very nice and full of serenity... A must see if you're in the area... Nathalie and Gaetanshow original
this at suche a location, incredible
Very history place with museum and a big forrest for hiking around.
Didier LecoeurI love the Chartreuse de la Verne for the beauty of the building. The scene breathe the tranquillity. It is a place where I resource. Picnic or simple poses to the source that flows 50 m further down that the House. Beautiful walks to the chartreuse at the dam of la Verne lowlands. Possibility to stay on the road or take a trail through the Woods. The trail was borrowed by the elders to go refuel to the Mole. What courage!show original
Chantal sicardMagnificent monastery to discovershow original
Eric dMWinding road but removed beautiful place. Very well restored building. Very welcoming. Nice ride on the heightsshow original
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