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A late interest
The verdon Gorges have long been accessible only by mule tracks. They only began to attract attention belatedly, thanks to the description by the geographer Jacques Élisée Reclus and the distribution of the first regional tourist guides at the end of the 19th century. The gorges had, however, been mapped one century earlier by the Cassini's Academy maps specified by the geographic engineers of King Louis XVI.
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