Chateau de Palayson

Most of the Roman ruins still remain in the south of France, especially in Provence. Via Aurelia, an impressive stretch of road built by the Roman Empire to maintain its control of the region, still exists, but just a few remnants remain today. The road lead through Le Rocher, the large rock formation with dramatic shape and reddish-brown color. Not far from Le Rocher sits the historic winery estate of Château de Palayson.         
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