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A million years’ process
The size of the Grand Canyon of the Verdon Gorges is the result of the petrographic and structural conditions of the sinking of the initial torrent. As for the variety of its relief, it can be explained by the differences in resistance of the sedimentary layers, superimposed all along the canyon, and by the complexity of the digging work carried out by the river in the thick tithonic limestones.
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