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Van Gogh in Saint-RĂ©my-de-Provence

Van Gogh in Saint-RĂ©my-de-Provence

Van Gogh in Saint-RĂ©my-de-Provence

In a landscape sculpted by olive groves, vineyards and the limestone Alpilles mountains, sits the Saint Paule de Mausole asylum and monastery. It was here, just outside Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, that Vincent Van Gogh spent a year of his life, from 1889-1890. This was a period of creative abundance for the painter. He worked prolifically, inspired by the olive groves, the landscape, the cypress trees, the cloisters of the monastery, the fields he could see from his bedroom. 

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Provençal Cooking Class

Provençal Cooking Class

Provençal Cooking Class

In a charming village in the heart of Provence, Jane Satow guides visitors through a culinary voyage. She references an old French Proverb as guide:

 "Dis-moi ce que tu manges, je te dirai qui tu es."

​"Tell me what you eat, and I will tell you who you are."​  


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