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A strong vegetation cover
The village of Sainte-Agnès in the Alpes-Maritimes stretches between green valleys and arid hills from 216 to 4,061 ft (66 and 1,238 m) above sea level. The scrubland, made up of broom, lavender, rosemary, thyme, junipers, or heather, occupies a large part of its surface. The upper part of the municipal territory is covered with forests mainly consisting of Aleppo pines and deciduous trees like holm oaks and hops charms. On the other hand, the lower part mostly comprises nuts pines, maritime pines, citrus fruit trees, and olive trees.
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