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A former essential Protestant center
Ménerbes is a village perched on a rocky outcrop in the Luberon massif, between Oppède to the west and Lacoste to the east. Its castle, built on the ruins of an old fortress, dominates it. During the French Wars of Religion of the 16th century, Ménerbes became an important center of Protestantism occupied by the Huguenots and besieged by the Catholic forces of the Pope and the King of France for several years.
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