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Abbey of Notre Dame de Valbonne

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hermannleicht

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Just a little up North of Câteau-de-Chêne the terrain starts to go steadily steeper until reaching the first ranges of the French Alps. That isolated region was home during the middle ages to numerous abbeys that have now disappeared almost completely, except the Abbey of Notre Dame de Valbonne. The church is in ruins, but the cloisters and main buildings were put up and an inn was opened.

This is the location of the Abbey. This is my first region-view picture, so you can see my progress so far, and also all the things that I've yet left to do, so please, be kind! :) I'm working on the edges and creating a mosaic region-view more detailed. So, stay tuned!

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nice job, i see you have kwakelaar's monestary pack, ive been dying to use it in a journal..maybe in the future.

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