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A rich historical and architectural heritage
Nestled in the wooded hills of the Massif des Maures, the village of Collobrières in the Var department tells its story through the bourgeois architecture of the mansions that dot its main boulevard. It recalls the history of the once flourishing local industries organized around cork shops, sawmills, and lead, copper, and iron mines. The medieval houses are, on the other hand, grouped at the foot of the ruins of the old church listed as a Historical Monument. The heart of Collobrières is full of heritage elements (doors, porches, genoises) as well as rows of trees and cultivated gardens. The historical heritage of the village also includes the nearby Chartreuse de la Verne, the Neolithic site of the standing stones of the Lambert plateau and its thousand-year-old chestnut tree, and Notre-Dame-des-Anges Chapel.
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