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The red ochre colored Provencal town, Roussillon : Stock Photo
The Church bell tower. Red terracotta roof tiles and ochre painted walls distinguish this popular tourism destination in the Vaucluse

The red ochre colored Provencal town, Roussillon

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Anthony Collins
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The Church bell tower. Red terracotta roof tiles and ochre painted walls distinguish this popular tourism destination in the Vaucluse
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The Red Ochre Colored Provencal Town Roussillon Stock Photo 466178517Bell Tower - Tower,No People,Old Town,Roussillon,Terracotta,Architecture,Building Exterior,Church,Clear Sky,Color Image,Day,France,French Culture,History,Horizontal,Low Angle View,Outdoors,Photography,Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur,Small Town,Tourism,Travel,Travel DestinationsPhotographer Collection: Digital Vision Copyright Anthony Collins 2013The Church bell tower. Red terracotta roof tiles and ochre painted walls distinguish this popular tourism destination in the Vaucluse