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Pertuis
Pertuis 2 by JM Rosier.jpg
Pertuis is located in France
Pertuis
Pertuis
Coordinates: 43°41′42″N 5°30′13″E / 43.695°N 5.50361°E / 43.695; 5.50361Coordinates: 43°41′42″N 5°30′13″E / 43.695°N 5.50361°E / 43.695; 5.50361
Country France
Region Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur
Department Vaucluse
Arrondissement Apt
Canton Pertuis
Intercommunality Pays d'Aix
Government
 • Mayor (2008–2014) Roger Pellenc
Area
 • Land1 66.23 km2 (25.57 sq mi)
Population (2006)
 • Population2 18,906
 • Population2 density 290/km2 (740/sq mi)
INSEE/Postal code 84089 / 84120
Elevation 171–472 m (561–1,549 ft)
(avg. 246 m or 807 ft)

1 French Land Register data, which excludes lakes, ponds, glaciers > 1 km² (0.386 sq mi or 247 acres) and river estuaries.

2 Population without double counting: residents of multiple communes (e.g., students and military personnel) only counted once.

Pertuis is a commune in the Vaucluse department in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region in southeastern France.

Located south of the Luberon, this town is also near Aix-en-Provence, a famous town. Pertuis has existed since at least 981, while a castle was first built in the 12th century. It has registered significant population growth in the last 50 years, with a threefold increase during this period.

It is bordered on the south by the Durance, which after having served as a boundary between the County of Provence and Forcalquier County, is now a boundary between the departments of Vaucluse and Bouches-du-Rhône.

Due to its geographical position, Pertuis has always been, over the centuries a strategic position between mountain and sea town has the distinction of being part of a conurbation inter-departmental. It is the capital of the Pays d'Aygues and now it becomes a very important business hub for south-east of the department.

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Geography[edit]

Location[edit]

View on the city of Pertuis, the keep and its hospital
The territory of the Luberon Regional Park

At the heart of Provence, along the valley of the Durance and the gates of Luberon, Pertuis is located in Aygues countries, it is the capital. It is situated about twenty miles north of Aix-en-Provence and came from the 1 in the Community of the Pays d'Aix [1], creating a community of inter-departmental communication. Due to its geographical position, Pertuis or "pertus" in Latin meaning "hole" within the meaning of "transition" has always been a crossroads of communication between the sea and mountains. The town is one of the seventy-seven members of the Luberon Regional Park.

Geology and Relief[edit]

At the end of the south-east, on the banks of the Durance, the soil is composed of urgonian limestone and marl Neocomian. In addition, between Pertuis Road and Mirabeau and the Durance is a layer of red clay marl alternating with pudding. To the west, the land covers the marine sandstone on which the city is built. Between the main road 973, the Eze and Pertuis, the soil is composed of marine sandstone very conducive to the culture, with sandy clay on the landscape (Eocene - Oligocene) east of borough. Beyond the Eze, a width of 3 kilometres (1.9 mi), the soil is composed of diluvions terraces. Finally to the north, one encounters the flabby freshwater, sand and marl Miocene with the north-west, another highlight of conglomerates composed of Pliocene and Miocene [2]. The plain is a gift of the Durance alluvial deposits formed exclusively.

The territory of the municipality has an area of ​​6,623 hectares (16,370 acres), which 1,150 hectares (2,800 acres) are irrigable. It consists of a plain about 2,000 hectares (4,900 acres) very fertile, surrounded by Durance over a length of 11 kilometres (6.8 mi) and protected from flooding by nine major dikes. Its maximum width is 3 kilometres (1.9 mi).

The remaining land includes from west to east hill Chanaud (333 metres (1,093 ft) altitude) and the narrow valley of the Eze until Viader, between the hills of St. Joseph and St. John on the right bank and Saint-Roch, Saint Sepulchre and Pivoulier left bank. Then there is the least fertile valley of the Ébrette Vallat and Galance. Finally there are the hills of Loubière and Defense.

Resembling a plateau near the Durance, the slope is more pronounced at the edge of town. Pertuis is situated on the foothills of the Luberon Massif, as evidenced by the hills north-west and those dying from the village since Bastidonne to the east. When coming from the south by Aix-en-Provence shortly after Venelles, Pertuis can see below, nestled in the heart of the valley Aygues, and just behind, behind the scenes, steep slopes and still bright (south side) of Luberon Massif, dominated by the Mourre Negro rising to 1,125 metres (3,691 ft).

Seismicity[edit]

The cantons of Bonnieux Apt Cadenet Cavaillon, and Pertuis are classified in zone Ib (low risk). The other cantons in the department of Vaucluse are classified zone Ia (very low risk). This zoning is not resulting seismicity exceptional for the destruction of buildings regulatory Seismic Zoning [3].

  • Table of notable earthquakes[4]
Year Description of damage Any evaluation of the intensity Epicenter
December 13, 1509 Damage unknown 5.5 Richter scale Unknown
April 24, 1535 Collapse of the vaults of the church
several houses collapsed or cracked
Evaluation impossible Unknown
April 24, 1708 Some damage 5,5 Manosque
March 19, 1812 A few houses collapsed. 5 Beaumont de Pertuis
24 February 1818 (10 h 10) No damage. 2-3 Aix-en-Provence
June 11, 1909 Damage to public and private buildings. 6,2 Lambesc
1994 The tremors were felt by residents, cracks Low Beaumont-de-Pertuis and surroundings

Hydrography[edit]

Main article: Durance

The Eze through the town in the northeast / southwest direction and then converge with the Durance which passes the southern edge of the town, in the town Le Puy-Sainte-Réparade [5]. This stream of modest appearance was the subject of much controversy in the town and was one of the election issues between the contenders for mayor. In fact, during periods of fall or the snow melts, it turned into a veritable torrent creating devastating floods in the city [6]. Since then, the river bed was "channeled".

There are many irrigation canals.

Durance borders the town to the south and serves as a natural boundary between the Vaucluse and Bouches-du-Rhone [7]. It is a river called"capricious" andonce feared for its flood s (it was called the 3e scourge of Provence Provence [8]) as well as for its low water s, the river Durance is both Alpine and Mediterranean the very special morphology.

The town has experienced from 1986 to 1994 eight floods and mudslides, and a big storm that natural disasters have been recognized with publication of a decree of recognition of natural disaster published in the Gazette.[9]

Type of disaster Top End Order Published in J.O.
Storm 6 10 30 2
Flooding and mudslides 26 26 17 26
Flooding and mudslides 16 17 15 30
Flooding and mudslides 7 7 7 23
Flooding and mudslides 21 23 19 28
Flooding and mudslides [10]
Out of the Great Dyke ofFather
6 12 26 2
Flooding and mudslides 30 31 6 17
Flooding and mudslides 4 6 21 25

Climate[edit]

Pertuis enjoys a Mediterranean climate of interior. Continental influences are felt in winter (7 °C (45 °F) mean temperature in January). The temperature variability is important in the winter and shoulder seasons, when midlatitude across France, but it is low in summer, as an anticyclone parking and guarantees a dry and stable. Summers are hot (average temperature of 24 °C (75 °F)), with some thunderstorms, sometimes very violent. Maximum temperatures often exceed 35 °C (95 °F) in the summer, even with spikes beyond 40 °C (104 °F) during heat waves, as in July 1983 [11].
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Communication Channels[edit]

Airports near
Name Destinations Distance
Marseille Europe France

Africa
48 kilometres (30 mi)
Avignon France
Europe
68 kilometres (42 mi)
Toulon Europe France

130 kilometres (81 mi)
Nice France

America Europe du Nord
192 kilometres (119 mi)

At the junction of several roads, Pertuis is on the itinerary of many transits. The provincial road 973 for the traveler who comes to Avignon or Cavaillon and who will go to the Alps, through the town along an east West. The county Template:Main road Vaucluse relayed from the North by the main road route Red XN, going to the Mediterranean coast, through the only bridge across the Durance to the city.

Highway A51, in turn, from Marseille,throughAix-en-Provence and up to Gap and Sisteron has an exit to the neighboring south (Meyrargues), a few hundred meters from the edge of town.

Railway station to Aix-en-Provence and Marseille.

TGV stations at TGV Aix-Arbois (30 min) or Avignon-TGV (1 hr)

According to several destinations airports.

Distance from major French cities

The orientation and location of Pertuis compared to some large French cities are given in the following table. Distance as the crow flies [12]:

City Marseille Montpellier New Orleans Lyon Toulouse Bordeaux Paris Nantes Lille Brest
Distance

Orientation

45 kilometres (28 mi)

(S)

131 kilometres (81 mi)

(S-O)

142 kilometres (88 mi)

(S-E)

235 kilometres (146 mi)

(N)

327 kilometres (203 mi)

(O)

501 kilometres (311 mi)

(O)

624 kilometres (388 mi)

(N)

677 kilometres (421 mi)

(N-O)

793 kilometres (493 mi)

(N)

929 kilometres (577 mi)

(N-0)

Transport[edit]

Since the accession of Pertuis to the Agglomeration community of Pays d'Aix {1}} {st January 2001 a network of community transport has gradually developed.

Urban[edit]

September 2004: testing of a local line with minibus: standing stones - Zac St Martin.

Minibus line A (October 2009) Waiting at the station

September 19, 2005: creation of three minibus routes in Pertuis:

  • Line 1 (or red line): Pool - Zac Earth Fort;
  • Line 2 (or blue): Jas de Beaumont - Lycée Val de Durance
  • Line 3 (or Green Line): The Stone Planted - Boiry.

March 6, 2008: While holding almost all the existing stops, re-creation of lines with a 4e line and additional stops. All have a common terminus: the railway station:

1 {} {} st September 2009: The bus routes C (which is: Our Lady of the Angels- Train Station) and D were changed.

In the town there is also a minibus service to the urban demand for disabled people, who in 2008 carried 617 people for 5,255 {{Link [13]

School Transport[edit]

To serve the college Marie Mauron andHigh SchoolVal de Durance school transport have been established. For students there are people Pertuis school bus for the school with three lines that are the responsibility of the CPA. The town of Villelaure a school bus that serves both the college and high school. For students from other students use common regular lines or lines specific school. For all municipalities other than Pertuis school bus is the responsibility of the General Council and partly at the expense of Commons.

CPA inter-urban Transport[edit]

  • Aix-Pertuis Express Line

February 14, 2005: Creating a link Aix-Pertuis Express by A51. It is the society of Aix Cars that provides the route with the coaches Setra of 55 seats.

1 {} {} st September 2007: renewal of contract of this line. These are the companiesandSuma Sumianwhothe market until late August 2009. Most coaches areVDL Bovaof 63 seats.

1 {} {} st September 2009: this Veolia Transportation who won the new contract. Veolia also owns the network of Aix-en-Provence Aix-en-Busand with other lines owned and has gained now a virtual monopoly of transportation in the Agglomeration community of Pays d'Aix. Created at the same time the line-Pertuis Express Les Milles (Technopole de l'Arbois).

Inter-urban transport Trans-Vaucluse[edit]

Jurisdiction of the General Council of Vaucluse.

File:Trans vaucluse.jpg
Logo of Trans-Vaucluse

Traffic[edit]

Durance Bridge[edit]

The Vaucluse is separated from Bouches-du-Rhône by the Durance, we need a bridge to replace theboatto cross the Durance River. This boat, which over time turned into tray with a toll that was shared by the Lords of Pertuis and Meyrargues [14] .

Bridge Durance in 1900

The 14, the contract for the construction of a bridge in Pertuis was awarded to Jules Seguin et Cie [15], which proposes to build a bridgewire, the subject of a toll concession for 48 years given by the state. The bridge was inaugurated in October 1835. It appears construction problems very quickly to the abutments, battery, deck, and 1842 the dealer is ordered to restore it. Some repairs were made, but the 2, a flood millénale outweighs the right bay [16]. This same flood carries five other bridges over the river: Bridges Mees by Mirabeau by Manosque of Cadenet by Rognonas. In July 1844 he is again open to traffic.

According to the specifications of 1833 and the law of 30 [17] at the redemption concession bridges toll, the departments of Vaucluse and Bouches-du-Rhone take possession of the suspension bridge on 23. Repairs and modifications of structure are immediately contemplated by the extension and adding a new span of 100 metres (330 ft) of reach at the same time as the complete renovation of the suspension system but this does has not been realized. It was not until 1901 that work is carried out. The new project includes restoration of the suspension and the construction of a winch to the battery to improve the drainage. This work cost €145,000 to the two departments. It Arnodin, engineer-constructor at Chateauneuf-sur-Loire, which has been requested for this project.

During WWII, the bridge was bombed Durance 15 August 1944 at 15:15 and the bombing was decided by the 15e Army Air Force order No. 598. The planes used were Lockheed P-38 Lightning armed with bomb 1000 books. Only the road was destroyed. Finally explosive charges laid by the Strength destroyed the [18].

A wooden walkway allowed, only to pedestrians crossing the bridge to get in the Bouches-du-Rhone. It was not until 1952 for a new bridge is built [19].

Problems and Projects[edit]

Like many cities that have experienced rapid growth, Pertuis accused of serious traffic problems in downtown and the main entrances of the town.

Parking, high-capacity built below the city center and the establishment of a zone limited to 30 kilometres per hour (19 mph) should encourage users not to circulate in the center. Ultimately, it comes to banning this area to traffic.

A consultancy has identified between 20,000 and 25,000 vehicles per day on the southern entrance (coming from Aix and Marseilles), between {{formatnum: 15000} and 20,000 vehicle entrances east and west and more than 5,000 on the other axes from nearby villages [20] .

The all new bypass opened on 25 July 2007 and calledJean Garcinon 11 April 2009 around the city from the south-west 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) has substantially improved the situation in the city center.

Flora & Fauna[edit]

Wildlife[edit]

Since the Durance, we see high cliffs that form a very hostile environment where only the hardiest species may experience:

Insects ( grasshopper praying mantis cicada), the Arthropod s, as the great [[centipede (arthropod) | centipede] ] and the general Scorpion yellow, both very venomous reptiles such as asp, venomous but leaky at the slightest noise, the Snake ladder, the Montpellier snake, the SEPS, the lizard, the largest lizard of Europe 90 centimetres (35 in) long [21] ..

Bird, Raptor s daytime one hand, as circaète Jean le Blanc, the largest raptor of the Luberon, the Egyptian vulture [22] The Hawk, the tip and Bonelli's eagle (all endangered species), or night on the other hand, as Grand Duke [22], the -eared, the scops owl, the Tawny.

Mammals such as Boar, the Badger endangered, and the fox red, the squirrel, rodents whose smallest mammal the world, pachyure Etruscan.

The beaver has survived in the Durance. All existing beaver colonies in France are from those who survived in the region.

Flora[edit]

It is characterized by a severe drought, which flora and fauna have adapted. There are practically no sources. The element is the dominant plant oak, which once stood up to 15 metres (49 ft) high. There remains more than 3 to coppice 4 metres (13 ft). The cuts have been excessive in places disappear, either in favor of Aleppo Pine, or to be replaced by scrub with fragrant plants such as thyme, the Rosemary, the germander and yarrow. We also find cade juniper in Provence, whose oil with healing properties and skin is used in pharmacy as well as soaps (Cadum). The box, which can live for several centuries, the buckthorn, the madder, the Kermes oak the cist cottony , the aphyllanthe Montpellier are also typical of the region [23].

Planning[edit]

Urban Morphology[edit]

Land Distribution[edit]

The distribution of land in the municipality is as follows [24] (given for a total of):

Type of occupation Percentage Area (hectares)
Urban 11.75% 698.80
Agricultural Areas 60.56% 3,601.56
Natural Areas 26.90% 1,599.51
Total 100% 5,946.89

Natural areas are mainly formed by the Mediterranean forests covering the Petit Luberon. The agricultural areas are formed orchard s of fruit ( olive almond s, etc.) , fields of lavender and vine s ( AOC Côtes du Luberon).

Neighborhoods[edit]

To facilitate the recovery of the lifting height, the city council decided in 1362 to divide the city into quarters:

The area bounded by St. Nicolas Street and Grand Street Durance, extends around the Market Square. It owes its name to the parish church located in the center.

The area bounded by Vinory Durance Saint-Jacques and includes the old hospital Saint-Jacques. The origin of its name is unknown.

The district originally called Rougerie lord Boniface district (first estimator in 1318) by cons nobody knows Mr. Royer, who left the neighborhood its name. The neighborhood gathered around the site of the Angel is bounded by the Angel, St. Anthony and St. Jacques.

The area owes its Beaujeu my Beljoco to Jacobus de (Jacques de Beaujeu) estimator in 1317, described asprimus internobilis. It is bounded by the Angel, Large, and Beaujeu Vinory.

The district Lambert Monet Belioc old neighborhood is bounded by Notre Dame, Vinory, Beaujeu and the Place Mirabeau.

The Saint-Pierre, originally called the Four Monks district, owes its name to the first parish church, built in the eleventh century by the monks of Montmajour.

Housing[edit]

Sluices were 8,393 housing 2007 (7,374 in 1999 [25]). The old buildings, but also new, are more prevalent than the average French in 2007, 22.5% of primary residences dating back to 1990 and cons 16.5 % in France and 33.0% were built between 1975 and 1989.

The principal residences are 7,714 homes, or 91.9% of the park, located at 64.2% in detached houses (68.7% in 1999) and 33.6% in flats (56, 1% and 42.4% in France) [26]. The owners of their homes is 55.4% of the inhabitants, against 41.7% who were tenants (respectively 57.4% and 39.8% in France) [27].

One big problem is the town's 400 homes built without permits and are located in flood zone and particularly on the gypsy families [28].

Habitat type[edit]

House height[edit]

File:House high LCL.JPG
top spot Mirabeau House

This type of house is quite widespread in the city center. Fernand Benoit says that Empty citation (help)  along a Mediterranean tradition. The house is divided up into a barn-delivery on the ground floor, housing on one or two storeys, an attic in the attic. She was the type of house reserved for peasants villagers who had little to accommodate livestock, is impossible in so small a space to keep horses and a carriage [a 1]. The construction of these houses date mostly from the XVI century, a period when the wars of religion imposed to hide behind the fortifications of the village. The wars ended, there was a movement out to establish the outskirts of the town "houses to the ground," most likely to receive additional buildings [a 2].

Indeed, this type of housing, bringing people and animals in a village, could only be static, any extension unless it is prohibited in height. Their architecture is so characteristic a facade to close one or two windows, and an elevation can not exceed four to five floors, including attic with its outer pulley to haul hay. Currently, the only possible transformations - these houses have lost their agricultural status - are to install a garage at ground floor and create new rooms in the attic [a 3]. For those who have been tastefully restored, we can always access the floor of a residential stair leading to the facade [a 2].

The presence of terraces or balconies was a constant. The terrace was used as a priority, the drying of fruit s and vegetable s suspended from a wire. It was calledtrihard when she hosted avine, which covered a pergola rustic. When it formed loggia, the columns supporting a roof covered with tiles, she was appointed galar'ordrunken[a 4].

Land House[edit]

Compartmentalized in the sense of length, this house type is a more advanced stage of evolution as the "house height". It is characteristic of the scattered settlements which are found in the lower Rhone valley in that of the Durance and more occasionally in the valleys like the annexes Calavon [a 5]. This is the traditional home countries 'rich culture' [a 6].

This type of house is divided into two distinct parts in the longitudinal direction. The ground floor is occupied by a common room which is incorporated in the cuisine. Very often lies behind a cellar containing the subject of wine and a bedroom. A narrow corridor, which provides access to the floor, separating the set of the second part reserved for animals. It consists, in most cases, a discount that can be used to team and a barn. The floor is reserved for bedrooms and attic hay by a waterspout which corresponds with the stable and the stable [a 6].

The construction of such a set is spread over time, there was no pre-set architectural design. Each owner was acting according to his needs and in order of priority. This allows today to see the heterogeneity of each set where the roofs of buildings generally overlap each gradient [a 7].

In this set, added appendices. A key was the turn of the loft, but the house was prolonged as a pigsty a rabbit st, a barn and a sheep [a 6].

The pigeon became, after the Revolution, the iconic part of this habitat type since its construction meant the end of the manorial rights, the latter being previously reserved for only noble houses. It was either directly contiguous to the house but also independent of it. Still of considerable size, since it was supposed to ennoble the habitat, it was on two floors, the latter being only reserved for pigeon s. To protect them from a plague of rodents, access was still protected by a coating of glazed tiles which prevented them from accessing the interior [a 6].

Court House[edit]

Château Val Joanis typical example in open court in front

This type of housing consists of buildings and outbuildings arranged around a central courtyard. This set is typical of the great grain fields and often takes the appearance of a castle with walls flanked by watchtower s and corner towers. It is suitable for farm life, where the climate does not have a barn to store the sheaves of wheat by threshing, the latter occurring immediately cut the sheaves on the threshing floor of beaten earth . In this cultural mode, the grains came into bags in a shed while reapers raise the stacks of straw, his only protection against the rain a mixture of [[dust] ] and clay. Only returned by fodder [a 8].

The agrarian structure, rare in Provence, is only confined to the plains of Arles, in the Luberon in the valley of the Durance (as in Pertuis, the [[Château Val Joanis] ]), with a concentration on the side of Manosque in the country of Aix and the region of Moors [a 8].

=== Projects === amenities Since 1985, an area of ​​41 hectares (100 acres) Jas de Beaumont north of Pertuis 3NA area is reserved, that is to say, converted within an overall plan and not Parcel [29]. Public Meeting 27 and thematic workshops 8 December 2006, which we have participated, have located the proposed development in the neighborhood ZAC Jas de Beaumont at a very high level (1,200 dwellings (3,500 to 5,000 people), a group scloraire, a sports complex, shops .. .).

A Development Area deferred (ZAD) was established by prefectural SI No. 05/30/2007-0050-pref on 30 May 2007. ZAD A is an area subject administrative procedure to allow the creation of land reserves in anticipation of urban expansion. At the City Council 25 June 2007 City Pertuis has decided to delegate its right of first refusal to the A public land (ETH) PACA in the perimeter of the ZAD of Jas Beaumont. This right of first refusal may be exercised for a period of fourteen years after the publication of the act that created the ZAD.

At the council of 22 September 2010, it was decided by unanimous vote, theAdhésion the framework agreement PACA ETH / ABC anticipation and momentum landed. This partnership is ultimately aimed at the creation of housing, management of urban change in the vicinity of public transport lines, the conversion of brownfields, the control of peripheral urban extensions, the structure of cuts in agriculture and establishment of multimodal transport hubs < ref> (English) "Proceedings of the Municipal Council of 22 September 2010" (PDF). city pertuis.fr. p. 13 and 14.  </ref>.

Toponymy[edit]

The oldest form is'Pertusum, attested in 981. In Provence, the town is calledPertusby classical norm orPertusby Mistralian norm. These names refer to the Low Latin pertusium'which means an opening, a passage [30].

Increasingly over the years, the city is calledPertuis-en-Provence. Much on the websites of the city (married, tourist office) on the panels into the city. For cons, the formalization of the change of name has not yet occurred [31].

History[edit]

Prehistory and Antiquity[edit]

Dionysos, Ariadne, satyrs and maenads. Black-figure kylix, circa 550-540 BC. BC

Remnants of the Neolithic were found at stations and bus shelters Gargarella. Three mound located in the area of ​​Agnels, the district Mouriéras and Three-quarters were searched. They delivered bracelets and pottery dating from the Iron Age and kylix of Greek origin. The contacts between the indigenous population living between the VII and VI century BC, on the right bank of the Durance and Ancient Greece also been attested by the discovery at a place called The Loubière at the foot of the hill of the Three Brothers in the necropolis of Agnels, a oinochoe bronze locally manufactured. She is currently in the collections of Borély museum for Marseille [b 1]. This discovery was made in 1909 by Charles Cotte and was dated -740. These objects of Greek influence, mixed with other imports Etruscan s, testify to the role of local leaders in the economy of Lower Provence, a century and a half before the foundation of Massalia by Phocis ns [32].

Significant traces of Roman settlement have been found on the territory of the commune, but none in the basement of the city, thereby finding a primitive dispersed habitat. Flat tiles were found at the farm Messeri cremation graves at Paradou, and two cemeteries in the district of Deventer. A'villa rustica was searched at Sainte-Thérèse. The largest number of remains were unearthed at Val Joanis. In addition to numerous red ceramics from The Graufesenque, it was found cippus funeral, on which is engraved the name of people of Fronton . This family, which was installed at Apta Julia, counted among its members Marcus Fronto Corneluis, the famous grammarian, who was the friend of Emperors Hadrian and Marcus Aurelius. This pillar, which has been halved, is kept at the Chateau Val Joanis [b 1].

The origin of Pertuis is set by some historians to the year 94 BC when the Romans established trade relations with the inhabitants there and opened a counter [33]< group ref = "c"> p 8. </ref>.

After the fall of the Roman Empire, and until the establishment of feudalism, passed five centuries marked by the invasions of Burgundians of Visigoths and Ostrogoths of France, the Lombards and the raids of the Saracens [34].

Middle Age[edit]

The territory was placed under pertusien feudal domination by a deed of gift drawn up by Charles Martel to Nébulong, son of his brother Childebrand in 739 [c 1]. His descendant, William I Nébulong in 950, donated it to the Abbey Montmajour [b 1]. This donation was confirmed in 966 by Count Boson notified that aHousePertusum. A priory of Montmajour Abbey is established, this donation is confirmed again in 981 by his son William the Liberator [d 1].

A ferry to cross the Durance is attested from the eleventh century[35], and was one of the busiest [36]: it outshines even neighboring bins of Puy and Meyrargues to fifteenth century [37].

In 1011, the three of William son first Nébulong, aggrieved, burned and pillaged the city, but 1019, on papal injunction, they confirmed the donation to the monks Montmajour in exchange for the lifetime usufruct of half of the castrum'Pertuis. The portus'and'Pertuis naves are cited in 1050 and 1119 in the cartulary of the abbey of St. Victor. This passage, between high and low Provence, and toll make such income that the abbots of Montmajour did renew their privileges for each new papal election. This was the case of Calixtus II in 1123, and Innocent III in 1203 [d 2].

But in 1208, William Sabran, having put the hand on the County Forcalquier, took the opportunity to relate to its areas Pertuis. This earned him, in 1212, a double papal sanction. Innocent III, by means of Gui de Fos, Archbishop of Aix and Bertrand Durfort, Bishop of Cavaillon threw the ban on his county and excommunicated [d 2].

William of Pertuis Sabran had therefore surrender, but in 1240, taking advantage of tensions between the emperor Frederick II and Raymond Berenger IV of Provence and Raymond VII of Toulouse, he expelled the monks, seized the ferry and the town [d 2]. An arbitration was again made on 5 [c 2]. She decided that Pertuis now and pay undivided was between William and his successors Abbey Montmajour on condition of homage in the hands of the abbot. Theoldport is mentioned on 21 [c 3] in the charter granted to postage Pertuisiens by William "Venien has Massalia and transient per Civitate aquensis Caminum of forName per Ecclesiam Sancte Candide ubi pedagium tenebatur"< ref name = "JC264" group = "d"> p 264. </ref>.

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Walls in Pertuis XIVe century from a drawing by Mr.. Metois [Note 1]

In 1246, death of William de Sabran, County Forcalquier no longer existed. His son William of Pertuis and his little son Bertrand des Baux de Pertuis retained the Lordship of Pertuis. The abbot, who was head of the order obtained from Pope Montmajour Alexander IV, by a bull dated 17 March 1258 that churches St. Peter and St. Nicolas were placed under its jurisdiction and that the land cultivated by the monks were not subject to tithe [c 4]. In 1296, Count of Provence Charles II of Anjou, wishing to reconstruct the Count field in its entirety, bought the lordship of Pertuis to Bertrand. This leads to an economic revival and Pertuis, with its weekly market, the establishment of exchange, is renowned for the quality of its trade [d 3]; the 1289, it is donation to the nuns of St. Mary of Nazareth House of almsgiving, which, in Pertuis, was to distribute relief to poor [38].

In 1283 a Charter "allows Jews of Saint-Maximin, Lambesc, Pertuis, Istres, Lancon and Aix-en-Provence to have a synagogue and a cemetery giving annually to the Archbishop of aix two pounds of pepper."[39]. While in 1306, the Jews were expelled from France, the Comte de Provence Charles II of Naples guarantees their rights in their states [40].

But in 1310, the manor was again separated from the county of Provence and alienated Bertrand de Got who kept it until his death in 1325. Robert Wise decided in 1333, it was out of question that a count-king paid tribute to the abbots Montmajour [d 3].

In 1343, the Queen Jeanne, her granddaughter, became Countess of Provence. To thank Clement VI to have washed all suspicion of instigating the murder of her first husband, she bestowed Pertuis, in 1355, the nephew of the pope, William III Roger de Beaufort Vicomte de Turenne [d 3]. He refused to turn, to return any homage to Abbe Montmajour and found that it was the latter who was to return it. A compromise had to be found; Cardinal Anglic of Grimoard decided in 1367, the viscount and the abbot would now be relieved of all stripes. Queen Jeanne approved this sentence on 31 [d 4].

Louis I d'Anjou and Marie de Blois, Count and Countess of Provence
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Raymond de Turenne by Benvenuto di Giovanni (1436-1518), fresco Ospedale Santa Maria della Scala in Siena

This is the beginning of the dark period in Provence. Armed gangs devastate the region, Pertuis is occupied from 1357 to 1362. From 1384, Marie de Blois tries to reconstruct the field Count, but she faces in Pertuis VIII Raymond de Turenne and his mother, Eleanor de Comminges, Dame Meyrargues for 10 years which will loot, plunder and extort money from the Venaissin County. But the city besieged by the troops of Marshal Boucicault, his son, sent by the King of France, visited June 26 1397 after eighteen days of bombing with gear and bombards [41]. "Raymond de Turenne is among those who customarily wear them right at the tip of their swords and documents in their arms" has justly wrote the novelist Provencal Marie Mauron.

Elzéar Sabran, lord of Ansouis, who had losses during the revolt of Raymond de Turenne, sold the 1 December 1425 whole mountain of Luberon, top to the territory of Cabrières-d'Aigues and La Motte-d'Aigues for the sum of three hundred gold florins [c 5].

Renaissance[edit]

King Rene and his wife Jeanne de Laval

To bring reinforcements to Naples, the King René was set up two galleys. On this occasion, the Pertuisiens shed 400 florins in exchange for the exemption, on the whole territory of Provence and County of Forcalquier, tolls and Leiden. This privilege was granted by Letters Patent issued by Queen Isabel de Lorraine on 21 [c 6].

King Rene confirmed the 13 assignments of Cabrières-d'Aigues, La Motte-d'Aigues and Villelaure. Remarried with Jeanne de Laval, and as it loved to Pertuis (which made him a gift of 80 guilders for his wedding), he gave full ownership in the city 26 [c 6]. Lady of Pertuis, in 1474, Jeanne de Laval authorized to hold a market every Friday [d 5].

Pertuis became the French 11, at the Union of the Kingdom of Provence in France, after the death of King Rene [42]. The 2 Mungy Bertrand and Jean Roux took the oath of fidelity, as members of the city, Charles VIII, king of France, Comte de Provence and Forcalquier. Twelve years later, in 1493, Pertuis received from Charles VIII to the inalienable privilege of the Crown and the fleur de lis on his shield, a rare privilege for a city. In 1498, the Carmelites negotiate their facility in Pertuis. Daisy Prayer Cadenet, in 1501 made to install a community of Carmelite [d 1].

The plague raged in Provence in 1520, there were only a few victims in countries of Aigues. What prompted the Parliament of Aix to retire to Pertuis in 1546 to escape the wars of religion and a new plague [b 2].

Yet the city was encircled in May 1562, for eighteen days, by Emmanuel Philibert of Savoy, Count of Tende Cite error: The <ref> tag has too many names (see the help page). and the troops of Paulon of Mauvanes, captain Protestant. She successfully resisted the head [43] and was again besieged unsuccessfully in 1568 [b 3]. She was less fortunate in 1589, returned when theevilcontagious, name that was given then the plague, which caused 4,500 deaths [b 2].

During the wars of the Catholic League, the city became the seat of government of Jean Louis de La Valette Nogaret, Duke of Epernon and lieutenant-general of the King of France [ [Henry III of France | Henri III]]. There convened in September 1588, an assembly of states. In December of that year and in his absence, the Leaguer s made an attempt to invest the city that was a failure [b 3].

In 1590, the Duke of Epernon summoned the Parliament of Aix in Pertuis. Mostly leaguers, parliamentarians did not moved and they called a meeting of the Commons Marseille. Royalist judges, minority, however, constitute a challenge that parliament of Aix, in Pertuis [44]. The 3, the community of Pertuis asked the Governor of Provence States permission to destroy the castle, building considered too warlike, thinking to be at peace without military cantonment site [45].

But the death of Henry III's parliament recognized Pertuis Henri IV and that of Aix in the Cardinal de Bourbon. These divisions were the occasion for the Duke of Savoy from entering the call of Provence Aix parliamentary [46]. Charles-Emmanuel first of Savoy arrived in Aigues country in November 1599, but failed to turn in his attempt to force Pertuis [b 3].

When peace returned in 1620 The Oratory s arrived in Pertuis and the following year they were installed at Saint-Pierre [d 1]. It was not the same with theevilcontagious. In 1629, the fever touched Aix-en-Provence and part of the parliament moved to Pertuis. These wereThe Great Days of Pertuis. But the following year, a sedition of the parliamentary rebellion turns into when Parliament would reinstate Aix. This episode is known as the Revolt of Cascavèux'orMadnessAachen. Template:Magnifier In 1630 - 1631 the plague spread again in Pertuis. It was during this period that Conde arrived in Provence with 5,000 men. Fearing reprisals from Richelieu his personal enemy, the governor, the Duke of Guise, took refuge in Italy.

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Coat of arms of the Marquis de Vitry

The 24, Captain of the Guards of Louis XIII Nicolas de L'Hospital, Marquis de Vitry, killed Concino Concini favorite of the Regent Marie de Medici, a reward he was promoted Marshal of France. Louis XIII having become king of France, he appointed the Marshal de Vitry, governor of Provence, 22 chooses Pertuis as the seat of his kingdom. The arrival of the marshal was preceded by its reputation of "strong character", a reputation that eventually recognized Provencals not misused. The City Council decided that: Empty citation (help) < ref> .pagesperso-orange.fr/_htm/001/index.html Line Gibert,Chronicles of Pertuis</ref>.

At the beginning of the XVIIth century several religious orders settled in Pertuis. In 1604, the Capuchins laid the first foundations of their convent on the ground that had been granted and overlooked the valley of the Durance [c 7]. In 1620 The Oratory settled north of Saint-Pierre with a small chapel dedicated to Saint Joseph [c 8]. In 1628 moved to another convent, the nuns of Saint Ursula [c 9]. Another convent was born in Pertuis, the convent of St. Clair, which was founded in 1635 by Madame de Lacepede and completed in 1643 [c 10]. Their works busied in 1640, of patients affected by the plague, that year, made only a few victims [b 2].

Modern[edit]

From the XVIth to XVIIIth century, the country houses grow on and around the town at the same time as the local economy. It is, among other things, the cultivation of mulberry trees for silkworms [47]. It's that time of great buildings that will bring the city's population at 4000 people in 1789.

In 1701, the brothers Pierre and Jean Giraud endowed Pertuis hospice charity to serve as an asylum for old people and orphans [c 11]. The plague raged again in 1720, causing 345 deaths [b 2]. It's 1752 that date, in Pertuis, the first institution of free schools for the education of poor [c 12].

The estate and castle of Val were given in 1753, Toussaint de Joannis, procureur [b 4]. The following year, he asked that his field of 300 hectares (740 acres) be erected in fee. Despite the protests of the inhabitants, the king agreed to commemorate the services rendered by Mr. de Joannis as president of the Court of Auditors Aix [c 12]. His letters were confirmed for the erection Val Joannis in 1774 [b 4].

The 24, a decree of King Louis XVI ordered the permanent removal of the Abbey Montmajour. In the property division of the abbey, the bishop of Vence inherited the rights to Pertuis for a fee to the Bishop of Saint-Paul-Trois-Chateaux. The holder was then Montmajour Louis, Cardinal de Rohan Prince and [c 6].

At the beginning of XVIII}} {{e, Pertuis is booming. To cope with increased volume of trade in wheat, the Parliament of Provence requires the city to build a new barn (now the City Hall Annex). Winter 1789 is very strict, the corn is frozen and March 26 the hungry crowd looted the granary [48].

The French Revolution pertuisiens divides into two camps: the Reds, Patriots or support the Revolution, and the Blues conservatives. Each camp is found in a group of penitents, white or black. Following the massacres of pertuisiens on 15 [c 13], reason finally prevailed and both sides reconcile themselves to the "Capuchins" (now the Place Jean Jaurès), but this is only an appearance. Indeed, fearing problems, the mayor allowed to commemorate the anniversary of the storming of the Bastille. Among the rising Federated Marseille to Paris, there are 45 volunteers pertuisiens.

In 1790, appears a quarrel between Apt and Pertuis for the award of the chief town of the district. Apt is finally chosen.

The 12 was created the department of Vaucluse, comprising the districts of Avignon and Carpentras, but also those of Apt and Orange, which belonged to Bouches-du-Rhône and the Falls Township, which belonged to the Bass Alps.

The siege is maintained in Pertuis from June 1795 to May 1796.

In March 1797, the moderate party, aided by some citizens from Manosque, seized the monastery and destroyed three quarters [c 13]. The remaining buildings were sold to various individuals.

The Church of St. Peter, converted theater in the First Empire, opened again to the Catholic faith in 1820 and was specifically assigned to the Grey Penitents. The city council of 25 vote its final decommissioning [c 14] ..

A suspension bridge is built in 1835 (sixth bridge over the Durance) [49] and 1880, a railway track Cite error: A <ref> tag is missing the closing </ref> (see the help page).

Between 1879 and 1896 the politics of Pertuis was stirred with seventeen years of elections, following the resignations individual and collective, dissolution and removal of the mayor Augustus Callier [Note 2], who was mayor four times, alternating mayor, council and even no mandate [50]

In October 1887, Gustave Lancon installs a power plant in Pertuis (the first in France, which still exists today, but who does more for a very long time) for electrification of streets pertuisiennes. Pertuis became the 6 th}} {{French commune to be electrified with the signature on 3 of the Treaty in light of the City of Pertuis between August Callier, Mayor of Pertuis, and the Company Lyonnaise des Eaux and lighting [50].

Contemporary Period[edit]

Shortly after the invasion of the "free zone" by the German army, the 25,theLangemark, a battalion of SS, established his headquarters in the city. He controlled a AAA battery placed in Villelaure, and an anti-tank company [b 3].

A year later, the SS received the backing of five hundred troops in the month of September 1943. Their arrival was preceded by important police operations and the occupation of the post office. This did not prevent the Strength to sabotage the railroad, having blown installations in the station SNCF [b 3] .

Pressure resistant grew stronger over the months. The 16, a company of guerrillas hung Germans on the road Villelaure. During the battle, lost his life a resistant and a stele was erected there. The guerrillas have withdrawn to their death, the occupation troops clashed a little further, to 9e Company 15/15 Battalion of the regiment-Luberon Ventoux. The clash was severe and heavy losses. Resisters lost thirty-one men. Again, a monument commemorating their sacrifice [b 3].

The command post and barracks of the Resistance pertuisienne were installed at the Château de la Simone. It was destroyed by an explosion, which remained unsolved, the 25 [b 3].

During this period, several Jewish families (Polish, German and Russian) fled to Pertuis, but they were arrested between 1942 and 1944 and deported to the camp of Auschwitz-Birkenau {{Link [51].

Policy & Administration

Trends in policies and outcomes

Pertuis has a left-leaning voters locally and orienting right at the national level. In effect since 1945, only two non-socialist mayors were elected: in 1982, Pierre Fructus UDF (although in 2008 he had supported the list of Socialist Party) and Roger Pellenc UMP since 2008. The councilors are also elected socialist. By cons to legislative and presidential vote in the city right.

Local Elections

Cantonal

Township of Pertuis as part of the second series of cantons and was renewed during the cantonal elections of 2008 The election was held on March 9 and 16 along the [ [French municipal elections of 2008 | elections]]. Six candidates ran Lovisolo Mauritius ( SP), general counsel and outgoing incumbent mayor of La Tour d'Aigues, Marie-Ange Told ( UMP), Stéphane Fabresse ( Modem), Pierre Goubert ( FN), Remy Grangeon ([[French Communist Party | Communist Party] ]) and Thierry Liotard ( DVD).

The 21 in the first round there were 8,210 voting for 13,891 is registered a participation of 59.10% (64.20% for the township [52]). Lovisolo Mauritius ( SP) arrived in a clear lead with 35.80% of votes (43.66% at the canton level, before Marie Angelo Conte ( UMP) with 25.34% (21.74% for the township) and Remy Grangeon ( Communist Party) with 18.67% (15.49%).

The second round took place on 21. There are 8,745 voting for 13,891 is registered a participation of 62.95% (58.99% for the township). Lovisolo Mauritius ( SP) is widely re-elected with 58.29% of votes (62.31% at the county level) to the detriment of Marie-Ange Told ( UMP) who obtained 41.71% of votes (38.69% at the cantonal level) [53]).

Legislative

For the General election of 2007 for the Second District of Vaucluse, the first round saw Jean-Claude Bouchet ( UMP) happen slightly in the lead with 32.69% ahead of Jean-Louis Joseph ( SP) with 31.08%, followed by Maurice Giro (Miscellaneous Right) with 10 , 99% and Nicole Bouisse ( UDF) with 7.28%, no other candidate than the 5% threshold. The second round has seen the head Jean-Claude Bouchet with 50.40% (constituency results [54]: 55.28%) against 49.60% for Joseph Jean-Louis (electoral result: 44.72%). Greater abstention in Pertuis respectively 43.93% and 43.45% in both rounds in the constituency (37.93% and 38.68%) [55].

National Elections

At the Presidential Election 2007, the first round saw stand out clearly in the lead Nicolas Sarkozy ( UMP) with 31, 22%, followed by Ségolène Royal ( SP) with 24.26%, François Bayrou ( UDF) with 18.26%, Jean-Marie Le Pen ( FN) with 11.81% and Olivier Besancenot with 4.37%, no other candidate exceeding the threshold of 3%. The second round has seen Nicolas Sarkozy in the lead with 55.25% (national result [56]: 53.06%) against 44.75% for Segolene Royal (national result: 46.94%) with a turnout in both rounds of 81.35% and 82.36% (against 83.77% and 83.97% nationally) [57].

Referendum

The Referendum on the EU constitution (poll of the 29) on 12,708 registered 8,634 voted, representing a stake of 67.94% of the total (against 69.37% at the national level [58] ) or forbearance from 32.06%. There was a strong victorynotwith 5,084 votes (60.02%), 3,386 votes (39.98%) having spoken to 'and 164 (1.90%) were blank or spoiled votes [59].

European

At the Election 2004 European, Michel Rocard ( SP) came in first with 33.29%, followed by Francoise Grossetete ( UMP) with 12.86%, Jean-Marie Le Pen ( FN) with 12.71 % Thierry Cornillet ( UDF) with 9.36%, Jean-Luc Bennahmias ( ecology) with 7.84% , Manuel Gomez ( Communist Party) and 6.58% Patrick Louis ( MPF) with 5.56%; none of the 15 other candidates not exceeding the threshold of 3.5% [60].

At the European Election 2009 Françoise Grossetete ( UMP) is topped with 24.86%, followed by Michele Rivasi (Europe Ecology) with 18.06%, Vincent Peillon ( SP) with 17.26%, Jean-Marie Le Pen ( FN) with 8.43%, Jean-Luc Bennahmias ( Modem) with 8.13%, [ [Marie-Christine Vergiat]] (Left Front) 6.68% and Raoul-Marc Jennar ( NPA) with 5.48% and no other candidate exceeding the threshold of 3.5%. The turnout was 36.62% [61] 39.64% cons for District Southeast (5e constituency) < ref> (English) "Election of 7 June 2009 in South-East".  Unknown parameter |éditeur= ignored (|editor= suggested) (help) </ref>.

European Elections

European referendum on the Treaty of Maastricht (poll of the 20) on 10,071 registered 7,059 voted, representing a stake of 70.09% (against 69.70% nationally [62]), a absentee 29, 91%. There was a victory fornowith 3,704 votes (53.92%) cons 3,166 votes (46.08%) who were in favor ofyes , 189 votes (2.68%) were blank or spoiled [63].

Municipal Administration

Because of its size, the municipality has a council of 33 members (Article L2121-2 of the Code General Local [64] ). The 2008 election returned 26 counselors for a list of Roger Pellenc majority (47.44% of votes), 5 Councillors for the Socialist Fabian Perez (35.25% of votes ) and 2 list various right Trinquier Noelle (17.31% of votes) [65].

Pertuis City Council (term of office 2008-2014) [66].
List Trend President Staff Status
style="background:Blue;" "Pertuis otherwise" UMP Roger Pellenc 26 Majority
style="background:LightCoral;" "Together for Pertuis" SP Fabian Perez 5 Objection
style="background:DeepSkyBlue;" "Noëlle Trinquier List" DVD Noelle Trinquier 2 Objection

Within the Agglomeration community of Pays d'Aix the town has 7 Councillors Community: Mayor as Vice-president of the community and 6 councilors (five from the majority and 1 of opposition).

List of mayors

In 1789 in 1799, municipal officials (mayors) are directly elected for 2 years and re-elected by the active citizens of the county, taxpayers pay a contribution of at least 3 working days in the town. Eligible are those who pay tax at least equal to ten working days.

In 1799 in 1848, the formation of 22 Frimaire VIII (13) returned to the election of the mayor, mayors are appointed by the Reeve for municipalities of less than 5,000 people. Restoration introduces the appointment of mayors and municipal councilors. After 1831, the mayors are appointed (by the king to the municipalities of more than 3,000 people, by the prefect for the smallest), but the councilors are elected for six years.

From 3 to 1851, mayors are elected by council to the municipalities under 6,000 people.

In 1851 in 1871, mayors are appointed by the prefect, for municipalities with fewer than 3,000 people and for 5 years from 1855.

Since 1871 Mayors are elected by the City Council following his election by universal suffrage.

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Administrative and Judicial Proceedings

Pertuis is the capital of Township totaling fourteen municipalities 32,492 inhabitants 2006. The township is part of the Borough of Apt in 1801 (except from 1926 to 1933 where it was Cavaillon) and Second District of Vaucluse.

Pertuis is part of the court of body of Apt, but has posted a registry, and large body of prud'hommale by trade and Social Security Affairs of Avignon [67].

Environmental Policy

Environment

Ecology and recycling

In late 2006 the municipality wanted to make Pertuis a city driver [68] in the [ [Agglomeration community of Pays d'Aix]] (CPA) for sorting and recycling [69]. Every home or together in some places in addition to the benefits of garbage container, a tray or container (yellow) for plastics and paper. More are installed in many locations of the points ofvoluntarycontribution with container glass, paper, plastics and some points cloths / clothes. In the downtown the city began installing containers buried [70].

A selective waste collection center is located near inter Goure Aure on 1 [71]. It is the responsibility of the CPA [72].

After a successful experience in 2008, Saint Sepulchre, the municipality has decided to extend the distribution (to those who want it) composters to plant personnel [73].

All these actions are in compliance with the Environmental Charter signed by the 34 municipalities in the Agglomeration community of Pays d'Aix [74].

Award

Pertuis is the only French city in the slice 10,000 to 20,000 people to receive the 25 at the Mayors and the communities' Trophy Avere Cities Electromobile "[75]. The other categories were awarded Gap Cagnes-sur-Mer and Grasse (20,000 communities to 50,000 people), Bourges (communities 50,000 to 100,000 inhabitants), the Urban Community of Grand Angoulême, the Urban Community of La Rochelle and [ [Orleans]] (100,000 communities to 200,000 people) and finally the Metropolitan Nice Côte d'Azur, the Rennes urban community metropolis and Urban Community of Strasbourg ((communities over 200,000 people) [76].

Casualty on the town

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The PAF training diamond

In addition to seismic, flood and close to the nuclear research center of Cadarache, the town has two other risks:

A third pipeline from refineries Fos-sur-Mer at the storage center Manosque through the town on an axis west / east from Villelaure and hence on The Tower of sharp [77]. Exercises in crisis management, in collaboration with the company Arkema, take place on the route of these pipelines ethylene. The 14 it was the turn of Pertuis where he was a simulated explosion of the pipeline [78]< ref> (English) "Exercise Crisis Management".  </ref>.

Above the town of Pertuis and fly zones are regulated R101 (from 3,000ft to FL075) [79] and R71 (from FL075 to FL195) [80]sayzones Salon. These areas are used to driving school to military pilots of the School of the Air of the Air Force Base 701 Salon-de-Provence with Jodel D-140 Musketeer, Driving Blind Flight (VSV) with D140 or Tucano (very noisy), drive to the top person with Cap 20 and that 'crossing of the Alpha Jet of Patrouille de France. The bridge provides a benchmark for Durance axis aerobatic {6921} {number}calledVaulting Bridge Pertuis (from 2,000 feet ground 5,906 feet AGL ) [81].

Twinning

Pertuis is twinned with [82]:

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Twinning between Herborn (German text on the left) and Pertuis (French text on the right) in 1965
  • Template:Match in the Länder of the Hesse near Frankfurt (20,810 inhab.), The act of twinning was signed July 14, 1968 at Herborn and July 14, 1969 in Pertuis by Messrs. Karl-Heinz Becker and John Guigues, mayors of both cities.
  • Template:Match to 60 kilometres (37 mi) of Valencia (12,012 inhab.) Twinning signed September 11, 1994 to Utiel and April 15, 1995 in Pertuis by Jose Hernandez-Yague, mayor of Utiel Borel and André, Deputy Mayor of Pertuis, assisted by Michel Maurin, Deputy [83].
  • Template:Match to 30 kilometres (19 mi) of Padua (16,623 inhab.) Twinning signed in January 2001 and June Este 2001 in Pertuis at the parade.
  • Template:Match in the county of Hampshire (16,584 inhab.) In 2006, the twinning act was signed on 21 by the mayors of two cities: André Borel for Pertuis and Dave Crocker for Alton [84].


Municipal Budget

The budget primitive municipal 2009 was 27,160,649 Euros (€28,826,650 in 2008) with €22,476,428 to and operation €4,714,721 for investment.

For operation, the main expenditure item is the "personal expenses" (€12,670,000 ) or 47%, the two following positions are "general charges" (€5,330,027) is 20% and "Other current operating expenses" (€2,032,243 ), or 7%. The main revenue item for the tax s and tax s with €14,609,105 or 54%, this item includes, among others, the Local taxes (tax shelter property tax, business tax, Tax garbage collection) but also the Taxes Living (rentals, hotel Lérie Bed and Breakfast, etc.), taxes car, etc.. Then follow the headings "grants and subsidies" for €5,121,643 euros or 19% and "service products" with €1,599,616 6% [85].

For investment, the biggest expense for road works (€500,000), management of parking Rue des Remparts (€200,000), study of the creation of gym (€150,000), extension of the area of ​​video surveillance (€133,750), other projects under (€105,000 ).

Indebtedness of the City 2000-2009
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Outstanding debt
in thousands of euros
20,381 19,621 18,765 18,093 17,846 17,432 17,763 17,505 16,746 16,320

annuity in thousands of euros
3,076 3,216 3,205 3,216 2,450 2,402 2,524 2,368 2,319 2,317
Outstanding debt per capita
euro </ small>
1,277 1,085 1,038 1,001 987 964 983 968 926 863
annuity
per capita in euros </ small>
170 178 177 178 136 133 140 131 128 123
Data Sources: Ministry of Finance [86]

If the debt was reduced by 20%, the stock per capita declined by 30%, and annuities for the city are down 28% and 32.5% for residents.

Local taxation

The taxation of households and businesses in Pertuis in 2009 [87]
Tax! Share communal! Departmental share! Regional share </ small>
Council Tax (TH) 18.41% 7.55% 0.00%
Property tax on buildings (TFPB) 27.52% 10.20% 2.36%
Property tax on undeveloped land (TFPNB) 68.43% 28.14% | align = center | 8.85%
Business Tax (TP) 0.00% * 12.63% 3.84%

For business tax is levied by the intermunicipal with a rate of 19%.

The regional share of the housing tax is not applicable.

Tax rates (municipal share) for the TH, and TFPB TFPNB have not changed since 1998. The only rates that have changed during this period is the tax on the removal of rubbish which is gradually increased from 6.80% to 9.36% [88] .

Business tax is replaced in 2010 by Property assessment companies (CFE) on the rental value of property and the value-added contribution of business (CVAE) (both forming the territorial economic contribution (BOT) is a poll tax introduced by Finance Act for 2010 [89]).

Population and Society

Demographics

The population increased between 1793 and 1806 (8% and 11%), stabilized until 1954 before increasing between each census of more than 20%, with 2 peaks between 1982 and 1990 (+27%) and between 1990 and 1999 (+29%), before we see this strong growth to slow in the last census (+6%). During this period, the strong growth of 3% annually between 1962 and 1990 is due to net migration (between 2.2% and 2.5%) than natural increase (between 0.1 and 0.5%) < ref> (English) "Recensement 2007 in Pertuis: evolution and population structure". INSEE . </ref>. Another element outside the department says this growth: the opening of the nuclear research center of Cadarache on 14 [90] participated in this growth in population between 1962 and 1990 [91] but in 1962 the repatriated from North Africa.

Demographics

The identification of 1826, which would be a new update of that of 1821, was not retained. The identification of 1871, was due to war, pushed the year 1872. The identification of 1941, directed by different instructions, can be described as general census, and has given rise to any official publication. The provisional results of the annual sample census conducted in 2004, 2005 and 2006 according to the municipalities are, by convention, shown in 2006 [92].

Historical population of User:Tpbradbury/Pertuis
Year 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74
Population 1397 150 traffic [93] 1400 81 traffic [93] 1793 3,700 1800 4,000 1806 4,440 1821 4,616 1831 4,520 1836 4,470 1841 4,380 1846 4,487 1851 4,766 1856 4,959 1861 4,859 1866 4,839 1872 5,494 1876 5,649 1881 5,612 1886 5,484 1891 4,927 1896 4,910 1901 4,838 1906 4,956 1911 4,973 1921 4,772 1926 5,030 1931 5,401 1936 5,229 1946 5,556 1954 5,621 1962 6,774 1968 8,355 1975 10,117 1982 12,430 1990 15,791 1999 17,833 2006 18,906 [94] 2008 18,872 [95]

Demographic Trends 1962-1999

evolutionfrom 1962 to 1999
Births 944 1,114 985 1,604 2,077 6,724
Deaths 583 750 894 1,032 1,330 4,589
Natural Balance 361 364 91 572 747 2,135
Net migration 1,220 1,398 2,222 2,789 1,295 8,924
Absolute change in population 1,581 1,762 2,313 3,361 2,042 11,059
Annual birth rates 1000 21.30 17.60 12.60 14.50 13.80
Annual death rates 1000 13.20 11.80 11.50 9.30 8.90
Data Sources: INSEE </ small> [98]

Pyramid

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Area and population

The city of Pertuis covers an area of ​​66.23 kilometres (41.15 mi) and has a population of 18,906 inhabitants, ranking it [99]:

Rank Population Area Density
Flag of France.svg France 539e 550e {e {2988}}
25px Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur 41e 100e 131e
25px Vaucluse 6e 5e 16e
Arrondissement of Apt 2e 2e 3e
County of Pertuis 1er 1er 1er

Education[edit]

History[edit]

File:Schools 1904.jpg
School Group in 1904

At the beginning of the century were 2 Pertuis hospitals,General Hospital Charity(from the legacy of the brothers Giraud and inaugurated in 1719) andhospitalSaint-Jacques (rue de Croze name its founder Melchior de Croze inaugurated in June 1707) [38]. From either side, schools were in operation. The elected officials of the time (the mayor being Mr. Turcan) judging the proximity unhealthy, decided December 23, 1902, to bring together two hospitals into one hospital Saint-Jacques, rue de Croze. The schools were transferred to the local hospice charity. Part of the premises for the college and the other (refurbished) for elementary school boys and girls elementary school. The inauguration took place in 1904 with Camille Pelletan, Minister of Education.

Today[edit]

College Marie Mauron

The city is located in the Academy of Aix-Marseille. It administers four kindergartens:AimeeMeynard [Note 3],the Park[Note 4],'Le Clos Fleuri [Note 5] andSaint Roch < group ref = "Note"> Located near the Saint-Roch </ref> and five Elementary School communal: Albert Camus < ref> (English) "Site School Albert Camus". Academic Inspection of Vaucluse. 2010.  </ref>Georges Brassens < ref>"Site school Georges Brassens". Academic Inspection of Vaucluse. 2010.  </ref>,'The Burlière [100],'Henry Crevat [Note 6]andPierre Augier [101]< ref group = "Note"> MP (1962-1963) and mayor (1958-1963) of Pertuis </ref>. The vast building in 1904, with 2 large courses and through his yard, home schools Albert Camus and Georges Brassens and School of Music South Luberon.

The department operates two college: Students living south of the Éze go collegeMarcel Pagnol < ref> (English) {{cite web | url = http://www.clg-pagnol-pertuis.ac-aix-marseille.fr/spip/%7Ctitle=Site College Marcel Pagnol | author = | year = 2010 | publisher =} Academy of Aix-Marseille } </ref> and those of northern Éze collegeMarie Mauron < ref> (English) pertuis.ac-aix-marseille.fr/spip / "Site College Marie Mauron". Academy Aix-Marseille. 2010.  </ref>.

The region Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur runs the High School multipurpose regional'Val de Durance [102]. Grammar school and technology (Tray Series L, S, ES, and GTS) with a success rate of 93% in 2008 (8e Vaucluse High School of 31).

Cultural events and festivities[edit]

The farmers' market every Wednesday and Saturday (Garcin place) and the traditional Provencal market on Friday, in existence since 1474 and the authorization given by Jeanne de Laval to hold a weekly market on Friday [d 5] (upper course of the Republic, rue Danton, Mirabeau seats, Jean Jaures and 4 September) can take advantage of local produce.

Animations
  • January: The City of Pertuis and direction of cultural affairs organized annually since 2001 at the village hall on Antique [103]
  • March-April: since 25 is organized at the village hall, for companions of Dionysus in partnership with the City of Pertuis, a show of wine s and food. The motto of the companions of Dionysus is Empty citation (help)  [104]. During the fair held a wine competition sponsored by the professional association for Wines of the Rhone Valley and Wines of Provence [105].
  • April-May: The Fair Flower also organized by the City of Pertuis and direction of cultural affairs usually held in late April or early May and runs in the bottom part of the course of the Republic and street Freedom [106] Book festival
  • June: The flower parade was born on 4 the same year that the union leadership. He paused from 1972 to 1983 to be present every year since 1984. A tank is specially designed for the annual QueenPertuis[107]. There are two parades on Saturday evening and Sunday 21h to 16h with afternoon battle of flowers, the parade Saturday night is followed by a grand ball [108]. On the course (boulevard Victor Hugo, rue de Croze, during the Republic) a band or musical group is interposed between each tank. During this period (actually Thursday through Sunday) a funfair is installed on the Place Jean-Jaures, September 4, Mirabeau and Garcin.
  • July: The antique fair is held up around Garnier, 14 July under the auspices of the Directorate of Cultural Affairs City [109].
  • August: The first week of August, the festival runs from the Big Band [110]. During the week of celebration in Pertuis and the votive festival August 15, takes placeGrand PrixPertuis contests Jeu Provençal of 14 to 16 August every year, involving more than 170 triplets. In 2010, this Grand Prix has been the support of 68e National Gaming Provencal [111] . From 2002 to 2006 the undisputed star of this great prize was Henry Rollins whose other passion after the song was the ball game, and especially Provence.
  • September: The first Saturday of September in place Day Associations. After moving up the Diana (1992 to 2008) and Parmentier place, this event takes place since 2009 during the Republic of the Rue de la Poste at the traffic lights on the Boulevard Victor Hugo, and includes 140 organizations who present their activities [112].
  • Autumn': in October or November is played from 1997Marathon of the Provence-Luberonwhich includes several events: Marathon (individual and duet), half marathon (21 kilometres (13 mi)) 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) and hiking. Having started in 1997 with 1,010 competitors and peaked at 4,000 competitors 2004, editing 2010 hosted 3,111 competitors and was sponsored by two champions Dominique Chauvelier and David Anthony [113].
  • In November: the traditional Fair of All Saints dates back to ancient times. But also the Dionysia (festivals fall in honor of Dionysus, god of the vine and wine) are a festival of amateur dramatics with the eleventh edition was held from 17 to 21 November 2010 at City Theatre Pertuis [114].

Pertuis is a town with a house of culture and associations (which since 2009 is no longer the seat of any association) and having avoluntaryfat tissues, in 2009 there are as associations of 177 [115]:

55 Sports Associations, 60 cultural associations: language (4), Knowledge (14), Games and spirit (5), Arts and Crafts (11), Heritage - tradition s (5) cultural exchange (13), [[]]- Theatre show (8), 13 music associations 33 Humanitarian and social associations 5 Early Childhood Associations, 4 Veterans associations 7 neighborhood associations.

Health[edit]

See above for the merger in 1902 of two city hospitals. A new hospital was built next to the Hopital Saint-Jacques and inaugurated on 27. In 1990 was built the first emergency service.

Today this hospital proximity [116]< ref> (English) (English) . com / "Centre Hospitalier de Pertuis". 2010.  Pertuis Hospital </ref> has 159 beds (medical: 37, surgery: 19, OB-GYN: 24, Average stay: 19, Long stay: 60) plus a motherhood of 22 beds. In 2007 the hospital made 45,405 inpatient days and 764 deliveries [117].

In 2008 we could identify three retirement homes [118], a public service: the nursing home Albrechtand 2 private:Apartment 3e Houses age of the SunandApartmentSaint-Roch.

City of Pertuis 76 doctors, or 1 per 244 inhabitants (1 for 294 at national level). There are 23 doctors and 53 medical specialists and generalists: 3 acupuncture, 3 homeopathic s, 2 angelology, 5 cardiologist s, 3 [[dermatologist] ] s and venereologist 1 neurologist 1 gastroenterologist, 5 gynecologist s, 2 ophthalmologist s, 2 Ear, nose and throat, 3 pediatrician s, 3 lung s, 2 psychiatrist s, 5 radiologist s, 2 [[Rehabilitation | functional rehabilitation] ] 1 rheumatologist 1 dentist, 3 sports physicians, 4 analyst s, 2 midwife s and 1 sex-therapist.

To these doctors should be added: 9 SLP s, 3 Osteopathic, 5 pedicure s podiatrist s, 26 nursing s, 19 dentists and 23 physical therapist s.

To make life easier Pertuisiens, some of these doctors and specialists have come togetherMedical CenterLuberon.

But also 7 Pharmacy s and 4 Medical laboratories. Not to mention three private ambulance services.

Sports[edit]

Main article: Sport in Pertuis
File:Price bowler Pertuis.jpg
Courts of the Republic transformed to bowling for the Grand Prix game Provence 14-16/08/2009.
Skate Park Stade de Verdun (November 2007)

Pertuisiens can benefit from the amenities of a multi-sport recreation center complex with Verdun en Sport (tennis, basketball handball, volleyball , etc..), a room for the gymnastics, a small hall for gymnastics associations (LIA, step, voluntary gym), a room for shooting (air), a room for the tennis table, a bowling alley, tennis courts, a skate park, the municipal school sports, the pool communityRene Guibert [119] to the practice of swimming, the aqua and water polo, gyms and the Tourrier St. Roch and the sports complex with golf Farigoulier Bolid Mini-Club Pertuis (model car) club Shooting (for firing ball) [120] field motocross field of rugby union, Golf slopestyle BMX and Mountain Biking, a track of model aircraft. Since 1 the city has room to climb [121].

The many sports clubs, mostly grouped in the Club Sportif Pertuisien (CSP), which use such equipment can practice sports such as: aqua athletics, badminton, basketball Boxing (Boxing and French), canoeing hunting running Orienteering [122] cycling (road cycling Cyclocross BMX Mountain Biking cycling), [[dance] ] (ballet ballroom dancing belly dancing modern dance Jazz, hip hop, country) Riding climbing football [123] Frisbee futsal gymnastics [124] handball kayaking work motocross weight, swimming, fishing diving [125] polo, radiomodélisme ( cars [126] and Aircraft [127]), rugby [128] Sports Balls (alley Boule Lyonnaise Provençal Game Bowling ), tennis [129] table tennis [130] Shooting [120] Archery, trampoline Vol veil, volleyball [131] Aerobatics equestrian yoga, water polo and martial arts (including sambo played at Tony Albiol double world champion).

Other sports associations pertuisiennes practice their activity outside the town: Ski Club Pertuis-Provence.


Media[edit]

Sluices at first had his radio FM Radio2L(radio 2 Luberon) which issued on 88.0 MHz from 1981 to 1988 (Senior Studio Ansouis and one in Pertuis), then the radio was absorbed by Radio Goofs. In 2009, Pertuisiens have an Internet radio based in Pertuis:'StudFM [132]. Stusfm, whose motto is Empty citation (help)  was created by an association law 1901: Megalodon Distribution based in Pertuis (and reported on 22 to the sub-prefecture of Apt). It broadcasts on the Web since early 2009 and is run by volunteers. It has many local supporters: the GEPE (pertuisiennes group of companies and vicinity), the windows of Pertuis (Merchants Association), the city of Pertuis, the Vaucluse department but also independent stores. And since 20 StudFM also transmits on the frequency 97.7 MHz and covers the municipalities in the west to Rognes, the north Cucuron, east La Bastide des Jourdans and south The Platanes [133].

Cults[edit]

Pertuis is a city multi-denominational:

Catholic religion: with the Saint-Nicolas. More Pertuis is home to the deanery of Pertuis'where 21 municipalities [134].

Protestant worship: It is the temple street Marceau is a former laundry building in 1882 and was transformed into a temple in 1966 [135], but also the center Evangelical Protestant: 123 Meadow Road and the evangelical church Tzigane: Road of Dourdoille.

Muslim worship: Prayer Hall Street Good. Great Mosque Street [136]

Utilities[edit]

Postal Service[edit]

The town has a postal facility in the ZAC Saint-Martin and an office post in downtown [137].

Security[edit]

For security the city has a National Gendarmerie and a National Police that manage the same territory. A letter from the Minister of Interior Brice Hortefeux on 30 request to the Regional Prefect of Empty citation (help)  [138]. The city also has a City Police. The city has also established a system of video. At a special meeting of council of 4, that to deliberate to place in Pertuis area police station, despite protests and public outcry [139].

Relief Center[edit]

The city has an emergency center main ultra-modern, which covers the townships of Pertuis and Cadenet, which is 51,617 hectares 21,028 hectares of forests. This center was inaugurated on 2. This is the third location of the barracks in 150 years, the first was the position Rue François Morel, installed during the creation of the company Firefighters Pertuis on 4. Then 4 move St. Peter's Square (today's local library) [140]. The rescue center is composed of 22 firefighters professionals (3 officers, 12 NCOs and seven enlisted men), 65 volunteer firefighters (4 officers, 17 noncommissioned officers and 41 enlisted men ), 15 members of the health service (8 officers, 7 NCOs), a veterinary officer, a pharmacist officer and a deputy administrative officer or a total of 102 people. To accomplish their missions Pertuis firefighters have 31 vehicles for helping people, urban fires and wildfires. This center has a backup landing site for helicopters for rapid evacuation of hospitals in Aix-en-Provence or La Timone in Marseille.

House Nursery[edit]

The town has also created the House Nursery (BEP)small stepsfor the city and canton of Canon Street Trouillet. It includes the coordinating childcare, crèche collective for hosting regular children 10 weeks to 3 years, a Relais Parents childminders (PHSP), a Home Location Parent Children (LAEP). BEP of Pertuis also has a daycare spot for the reception of children from 10 weeks to 6 years of street Croze [141].

Health Centre[edit]

The health center (CMS), Pertuis (the legal concept is a precise definition given in Article L. 312-1, I Code of Social work and family) mission: the fight against exclusion,the Mother and Child Protection (PMI)andProtection of Children (ESA),assistance to elderly and disabled, health prevention and health actions. The CMS receives Pertuis residents of Commons: Ansouis Beaumont de Pertuis, Cabrières-d'Aigues Cadenet Cucuron, grambois, La Bastide-des-Jourdans, The Bastidonne, La Motte-d'Aigues, La Tour-d'Aigues, Laura Lourmarin Mérindol Mirabeau, Pertuis Peypin-d'Aigues Puget Puyvert Holy Martin-de-la-Brasque Sannes Vaugines Villelaure Vitrolles en Luberon. The CMS Pertuis is one of 15 CMS Vaucluse which is most common with one dependent and one of Carpentras Apt [142].

Centre for social action (CCAS)[edit]

It is a public municipal corporation with legal personality and financial autonomy. It operates on two tracks: the legal welfare and welfare optional. With regard to the welfare law, it operates in the following areas: processing of applications for social assistance on behalf of the General Council, namely: the records of the personal autonomy allowance the application files of disability compensation, social aid, requests for RSA, and applications for housing solidarity fund, unpaid Energy, Water [143] ...

Syndicat intercommunal à vocation multiple (SIVOM)[edit]

The Syndicat intercommunal à vocation multiple (SIVOM)-Durance Luberon is a public establishment for intermunicipal cooperation (EPCI), which includes 21 municipalities of the 23 municipalities (Lourmarin and Vaugines n 'are not in part) of the two cantons of Pertuis and Cadenet has jurisdiction to distribute water and sanitation. It was created in the 1989 by transformation of the municipal association founded in 1946 but who had such skill that the distribution of water. It comprises 22 members (two per municipality). Its chairman is Maurice Lovisolo (Life President of the General Council of Vaucluse) Cite error: A <ref> tag is missing the closing </ref> (see the help page). .

Economy[edit]

Income population and household taxation[edit]

In 2007, the median household income tax was €20,589 to 11,090 tax households, only 52.2% of these households are charged with a net income of €31,366 representing a tax income of €1,769 [25]< ref> (English) = & IdSource = 2 & NomThemeOuSource = INSEE + - + Census + of + the + population 1999 "CC-Statistical Summary / com, dep, area empl".  Unknown parameter |online since= ignored (help); Unknown parameter |site= ignored (help)/ref>.

Labor[edit]

The population aged 15 to 64 years in 2007 amounted to 11,915 people (11,322 in 1999), among which there were 68.8% of assets with 60.2 % employed and 8.5% unemployed (against 11.7% in 1999) [144]. In 2007, 45.9% of assets employed and residing in the town worked in Pertuis, 8.9% in another municipality of Vaucluse department, 43.6% in another Department, primarily the Department of Bouches-du-Rhône and 1.5% in another region [145] .

The distribution of occupational categories of the workforce Pertuis [Note 7] showed an under-representation " managers and professionals "and" workers "and an over-representation of craftsmen and merchants" and "employees" versus the average of metropolitan France.

Distribution of the labor force by occupational categories (2007 census)

Farmers </ small> Artisans, shopkeepers, entrepreneurs
</ small>
Frames, intellectual professions
</ small>
Intermediate Occupations
</ small>
Employees </ small> Workers </ small>
Pertuis </ small> 1.5% 9.6% 12.7% 24.4% 32.0% 19.9%
National Average </ small> 2.1% 5.9% 15.8% 24.8% 28.5% 22.9%
Data Sources: INSEE </ small> [144]

Use[edit]

In 2007, there were 6772 jobs in the town, cons 5,463 in 1999. The number of actively employed residents in the town being 7,227, the indicator concentration of employment [Note 8] is 93.7% (cons 87% in 1999), which means that the town provides employment for approximately every pertuisiens [144] assets.

The distribution by industries jobs in Pertuis revealed the importance of trade, transport and services. The tertiary sector employment accounts for 76% of total employment in Pertuis, against more than 75% in metropolitan France.

Jobs by areas (Census 2007)

Agriculture </ small> Industry </ small> Building </ small> Commerce, </ br> Transport </ br> miscellaneous </ small> Public Administration, </ br> educational </ br> health, social work </ small>
Pertuis </ small> 3.8% 12.7% 7.4% 46.4% 29.8%
National Average </ small> 3.1% 14.8% 6.8% 45.1% 30.3%
Data Sources: INSEE </ small> [144]

Agriculture[edit]

Economically, agriculture and tourism are the main activities of Pertuis and its environs.

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Logo of the potato Pertuis

Agriculture is a slight decline: between 1988 and 2000 the number of farms increased from 212 to 152 for a cultivated area that is passed to

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to 1,372 hectares (3,390 acres) [146].

Potato[edit]

Pertuis has long been known as a capital of potato, but this activity is now declining. However, in 2008 created the "brotherhood of potato Pertuis" whose motto is {{Citation | equality and friendliness, tuberculinité [147]. At the last agricultural census in 1979, 111 hectares of potatoes were grown and Pertuis provided over 10% of the production of Vaucluse [148]. The 29, the potato becomes a brand Pertuis [149].

Valued for its taste and good keeping quality, it has a typical linked to the soil sandy loam very favorable to the plain of the Durance. It is a potato with yellow flesh: the most cultivated varieties are Monalisa and Samba, unwashed, which promotes conservation, cultivated in the region of Pertuis, Cadenet , Lambesc Peyrolles packed in bags bearing the official logo of the "potato of Pertuis."

The road gourmet potato Pertuis travels throughout the production area of ​​potato Pertuis: the Aix-en-Provence, the Luberon and the Durance valley [150].

Tousel white Pertuis[edit]

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Oil Provence AOC

The wheat miller Apt is a variety of wheat [151], also known as white tousel Pertuis (dating from the end of the XVIth or early XVIIth century[152]), which has been found and identified in 1985, a retired farmer in the Buoux by the technicians of [ [Luberon Regional Park]], which were then allowed to grow again. This wheat was considered the beginning of the XIXth century for pastries and especially oil pumps < ref name = "OT"> (English) [% http://www.ot-apt.fr/photos_hotels/200805201635510.ble 20meunier 20dp.pdf% "On wheat miller Apt"].  Unknown parameter |OT= ignored (help) </ref>. Its flour is low in gluten as all those from the old varieties of wheat. She is now entering the composition of the Galapian, the Luberon pastry with almonds, honey lavender, melon and candied cherry. Of the breads, using this flour, brands are made in stars and balls on the pavement. They are provided with a floured and unleavened wafer with logo "Product of the Luberon Regional Nature Park" [153].

Olive Oil from Provence AOC[edit]

The olive oil from Provence is protected by a AOC () following an investigation by the INAO, whose findings were filed with the committee on 26, held in Aries. The signing of the decree appeared in the Official Journal on 14 [154]

To apply for the AOC olive oil from Provence should be developed based varieties aglandau, Bouteillan, Cayon, salonenque well as locally known as brown, Cayer, and small Ribier Belgentiéroise. It takes at least two of the main varieties present in the olive oil [155] < ref name = "Variety"> (English) http://www.terroirselect.info/territoires/Provence/varietes-olives.html.  Text "titre varieties of olives " ignored (help); Missing or empty |title= (help) </ref>.

In the town of Pertuis, a few groves meet their criteria. The olives are pressed mainly todauphinMoulin of Cucuron, one of the few mills in the region and dated XIIe [156].

Vines[edit]

The town produces wines with four names recognized by the INAO [157], a AOC the Cotes du Luberon. Wines that are not controlled appellation of origin can claim, after approval, have the label Protected Geographical Indication (IGP) Vin de pays d'Aigues [Note 9], which can be white [158] {{en rose [159] {{red [160]. The winemakers also produce another PGI's Vins de Pays de Vaucluse < ref> (English) directory / list-wine-country-vaucluse.cfm? PERTUIS city = "Winegrowers Pertuis producing VdP de Vaucluse". Syndicat des Vins de Pays de Vaucluse.  </ref> which can be white [161] {{en rose [162] {{red [163]. But also another PGI Wine Country Mediterraneanwhich may be white [164] {{en rose [165] {{red [166]

The town has 86 vineyard owners [167], whose largest holding is the Chateau Val Joanis, with 400 hectares (990 acres)[168] where you found Côtes-du- Luberon (AOC), and the Chateau du Grand Callamand [169] and the Cooperative Winery Pertuis (which includes the 97 winemakers Township) [170].

Thus we find the AOC:Val Joanis Red Castle [171],CastleVal Joanis Rosé [172],CastleVal Joanis Rosé [173] ' 'The Reserve Sour(AOC Val Joanis Red) [174]The Bookcherries (Val Joanis Rosé AOC) [175]The BookHawthorn (AOC White Val Joanis) [176] Reserve vineyardsCanonTrouillet (AOC Val Joanis Red) [177]Callamand Grand Chateau Rouge,'Grand Chateau Callamand pinkandWhite CastleGrand Callamand [178]

The IGP Vins de Pays de Vaucluse asThe BookAgasse (White Val Joanis) [179], Chateau Grand Callamand VdPRed.

The IGP Wine Country Mediterranean like two wines from Chateau Grand Callamand blackwineandwhite wine[180] and the red wine cooperative Pertuis [181].

Cherries[edit]

At Pertuis cherries are grown with the Protected Geographical Indication "cherry Ventoux," namely that the slopes of Mont Ventoux cherry is characterized by its production in the area of ​​Coteaux du Ventoux, by picking at optimum ripeness and its size means guaranteed minimum 24 millimetres (0.94 in) [182].

Sisteron lamb[edit]

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Sisteron lamb reared under his mother

The Sisteron lamb is a lamb elevated in the mother and a native of Provence and the Alps Drôme for 60 days minimum, with an age between 70 and 150 days and weighing approximately 13 to 19 kilograms (29 to 42 lb). Coming from traditional farms, with mothers breed Merino d'Arles, southern foothills Mourérous or who breastfeed for at least two months, on a pastoral space fewer than 10 sheep per hectare and having at least 10 hectares of rangeland [183], these lambs are entitled, under the control of INAO at red labelSisteron lambgranted by a governmental decree dated 3 [184]< ref> (English) {{cite web | url = http://www.inao.gouv.fr/public/produits/detailProduit. php? Product ID = 3530 | title = Sheet PGI Red Label Sisteron Lamb | date = 20 | publisher = [[National Institute for original and quality | INAO] ]}}</ref>. The family farm Nicolas Sola Mireille [185] is the only operating è Pertuis have this label since the radiation on 22 of the LLC Equiterre [186].

This quality requirement has ended the practice of livestock s raised in the same conditions but from other regions including the entire Provence, the Massif Central and Piedmont. Each year, it was almost 400,000 beasts that passed by the abattoir s of Sisteron taking advantage of a lax sought to steal from a[187].

Asparagus[edit]

The asparagus Green Pertuis is cultivated since the beginning of the nineteenth Durance plain, thanks to the lightness and the fertility of its soil. Green asparagus, unlike the white, is picked up when his head out of the ground (and at least 10 centimetres (3.9 in)). It is recognized as if it has one third of its length green.

Honey[edit]

Beekeepers producing honey with the following characteristics: Honey monofloral or polyfloral, including honeydew, resulting from the spontaneous flora of Provence, or a specific culture of Provence, with the exception of cultures rapeseed, sunflower or alfalfa and other crops not specifically with pollen specific to Provence, before pollen spectrum of honeys in every case show a specificity of Provence, can claim the IGPHoney Provence[188]. In Pertuis it produces mainly flower honey, honey rosemary and honey lavender [189].

Other[edit]

There are also producers of Goat Cheese and Melon.

Tourism[edit]

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Intersection axis Villelaure - the Tour d'Aigues and Pertuis AnsouislocalityBoussetta

Tourism, much newer, has more or less developed at the same time as the Luberon and continues to grow (Tourist Office, hotels, camping, cottages, gites, etc.). Between 2006 and 2010 if the capacity at the same site is a campsite with 180 pitches in 3 star, hotel supply has increased by transformation, there is always a 3 star hotel of 46 rooms, 2 star hotel 13 rooms has disappeared, but two hotels without stars were created, one in 2006 with 59 rooms and 37 rooms in 2009, representing a capacity of 142 hotel rooms instead of 59 [25]. The city has many guest rooms and cottages offering capacities of two to over ten, and beautiful homes asLe Provencal mas Orianne [190].

In the town are numerous trails for pedestrians, the axis Villelaure - the Tour d'Aigues, but Pertuis-Ansouis, as well as circuits [[Cycling | Cycling] ] / mtb, in particular circuitsGrambois-Pertuis-edge along the Durance45 kilometres (28 mi) to 588 metres (1,929 ft) {{height difference [191] andbetween Durance and Luberonalong 52 kilometres (32 mi) to 1,086 metres (3,563 ft) {{height difference [192] .

Businesses[edit]

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The harvesting machine Pellenc at work in the vineyards of Languedoc

Today, Pertuis is undergoing economic transformation with the arrival of many companies, characterized by 339 creations (including 214 individuals) in 2009 (240 in 2008, 199 in 2007), 'Entry into the Business Park St. Martin who continues to develop between the Durance and the city center, offering high-tech activities such as computer or automated recycling techniques ( Pellenc T). In 1 commune consisted 1,938 enterprises, including 14 over 50 employees, but 1,220 with no employees [25].

The city has a branch of the Board of Trade and Industry Vaucluse.

Twelve companies of Pertuis have a turnover exceeding five million euros [193].

The largest companies in the city are the Pellenc SA (6e company employer of the department of Vaucluse [194]) with a turnover business unit of €71,300,000 and workforce of 327 employees at 31 [195] and its subsidiary Pellenc Selective and Technology its revenues from €13,970,000 with a workforce of 105 employees at 31[196] Group provides Pellenc Pertuis on a turnover of €85,270,000 and a workforce of 432 employees, other companies are theDistribution Center Luberon (Hyper U)(Hypermarket ) [197],'Escape Auto (car rental company) [198] andcuringPertuisienne (wholesale meat),'South Station (fuel sales) ,'Motoculture Pagès (wholesale farm equipment) [199],SCA Cereals (Grains),AdvertisingJEM (Manufacture of household appliances),'SOCOMELU ( Manufacture of steam generators, except boilers for central heating),PertuisCold air conditioning, heat pump, commercial kitchens) [200]

Company Turnover Net Profit Employment
2009 2008 Change
12 months
2009 2008 Change
12 months
2009 2008
Distribution Center
Luberon (Hyper U) [201]
81,651,000 78,925,000 3.45% 1,533,000 1,624,000 -5.60% 273 251
Group Pellenc [202] 71,300,000 83,100,000 -14.20% 3,800,000 8,100,000 -53.09% 327 288
Crossroads Market [Note 10]< ref> (English) "Sociète Carrefour". societe.com. 23.  </ref> n.c. n.c. n.c. n.c. n.c. n.c.
Auto Escape [203] 27,630,000 23,670,000 3.99% 20,000 500,000 -96.00% 49 48
The Curing pertuisienne [204] 18,230,000 17,230,000 +5.80% 200,000 2,100,000 -4.76% 59 53
Pellenc Selective Technology [196] 13,970,000 19,310,000 -27.65% 170,000 2,140,000 -92.06% 105 98
South Station [205] 9,455,000 11,213,000 -15.68% 115,000 49,000 134.69% n.p. 6
Pagés Motoculture [206] 9,117,000 8,260,000 10.38% 41,000 18,000 127.78% 42 40
SCA Cereals (Grains) [207] 7,960,000 8,470,000 -6.02% 80,000 530,000 -84.91% n.p. n.p.
Advertising JEM [208] 6,987,000 6,133,000 13.92% 600,000 402,000 49.25% 42 34
SOCOMELU [209] 5,080,000 5,350,000 -5.05% 160,000 30,000 433.33% 40 38
Pertuis Cold [210] 5,053,000 6,538,000 -22.71% 286,000 486,000 -41.15% n.p. 27

NOTE: n.p = unspecified n.c. = not provided

This table shows that while some companies saw their revenues decline, this is due to the Economic crisis of 2008-2010, cons by all, without exception, between 2008 and 2009, hired staff .

Local Culture and Heritage[edit]

Monuments and tourist sites[edit]

Listed buildings[edit]

Tour Saint-Jacques, 2010

The town of Pertuis has 130 monuments that are either classified monument be included in the muralInventaire [211]:

The Saint-Nicolas (fifteenth century - sixteenth century) listed on 14 [212]. When the Church of St. Peter's in danger of collapsing, the furniture is moved to the church of St Nicolas Parish Church which is the 25. A nave with three bays, ribbed vaults, supported by massive buttresses outside, so the appearance of the new church in the late fourteenth century {{}}. To sixteenth century the church was enlarged. In 1514, Father Montmajour, Prior of Pertuis, is building a fourth bay of the nave to the west of the three already existing. To seventeenth century with the construction of the southern chapels (chapel Saint-Venture, the Rosary, Saint-Honore and Saint-Antoine, Saint-Raymond) church takes its present appearance. The earthquake of 1909 damaged the roof and the vaults.

The tower of Saint-Jacques fourteenth century inscribed on 5 [213]. This tower is the only survivor of seven square towers of the ramparts of the fourteenth century [214].

The facade of the house called Queen Jane (Rue de Beaujeu) (private property) from the 12 [215]. But a mystery remains: how is it Queen Jane? Jeanne I, countess of Provence, queen of Naples, who was assassinated in 1382, or Jeanne de Laval, who married the King René on 10. This house is an enigma: who was it built? Most likely the Duc de La Valette, governor of Provence from 1587 to 1592, when he established his seat of government in Pertuis, remained loyal to the King. Indeed, the construction can be dated 1585-1590 years [216].

The Belfry twelfth century became the tourist information from the 21 [217] is the only remnant of the castle built by William Forcalquier, the clock was made by Paul Odobay home in the Jura in 1887, replacing the old four centuries-old clock, which rang bells [218].

Chapel Charity (formerly Charity Hospital - the cadastral survey K1246) (early seventeenth century) classified monument since 11[219].

Facade of a building from the sixteenth century at 77 rue Durance ranked by order of the 2 [220].

La Bastide de la Loubière to Iscles Loubière since the 16 [221], dating from the end of the sixteenth century is privately owned and not be visited.

Pigeon (I cadastre 1404) located in Pertuis Castle Queen Laure located at Villelaure since 21 Cite error: A <ref> tag is missing the closing </ref> (see the help page). . Originally Carmelite convent of the Great founded in Pertuis in the far end of the fifteenth century {{}}. After the destruction of the first church by a tornado in 1515, the current building was rebuilt from 1521 to 1535. The bell tower was added in 1559. The building has changed very little until the end of 18e century. Sold as national property during the Revolution, the church became a theater, then in the late nineteenth century {{}}, a hardware store until it closed and its classification as a historic monument, before becoming in 2012? a multimedia center, built by the Community of Agglomeration of the Aix).

Objects classified[edit]

In addition to the monuments, the Ministry of Culture has classified as28 toobjects of historic monuments. These objects are stored in four locations: five in the chapel of the old Charity, one in the chapel of Charity, one in the college chapel and twenty-one in the church Saint-Nicolas [222].

In the chapel of the old Charity there are five objects that were classified on 10:Two fences wrought iron chapeldating from 1755 [223] ,altar, tabernacle, altar, table: the Virgin and Child with St. Francis of Assisi and St. Josephdating from the XVIIth century[224]banner procession of St. Rochdating from 1851 [225]closing choir dating from XVIIIth century< ref> (English) [% http://www.culture.gouv.fr/public/mistral/palsri_fr?ACTION=RETROUVER&FIELD_1=TOUT&VALUE_1=&FIELD_2=localisation&VALUE_2=pertuis&FIELD_3=d e9signation VALUE_3 & = & = FIELD_4 description & VALUE_4 = & FIELD_5 = history & VALUE_5 = & FIELD_6 = protection & VALUE_6 = & FIELD_7 = type% 20d% 27% e9tude & VALUE_7 = & FIELD_8 = REF & VALUE_8 = & FIELD_9 = DOSURLP & VALUE_9 =% 20 & NUMBER = 4 & GRP = 0 & REQ =% 28% 28pertuis% 29% 20% 3aLOCA% 20% 29 & USRNAME = nobody & USRPWD = 4% 24% 2534P & SPEC = 9 & SYN = 1 & IMLY = & MAX1 = 1 & MAX2 = 1 & MAX3 = 200 & DOM = All "Product PM84000513: closing chorus on [[Base Mérimée]]"]. Ministry of Culture.  Wikilink embedded in URL title (help) </ref >and tabernacle, altar, 2 paintings: St. Anne Virgin and Child surrounded by saints, God the Father and the Holy Spiritdating from the XVIIth century[226].

In the chapel of the Charity can find an object that has been classified on 22:Table: Saint Felix of Cantalice and Childdating from the XVIIth century [227].

In the college chapel is found an object that has been classified on 2:'pulpit dating from the XVIIIth century [228].

In the church of Saint Nicolas is located twenty-one objects that were classified at different dates. The 5:altarpiece painting: Lady of Consolation between St. Sebastian and St. Rochdating from the XVI century ref>(English) [% http://www.culture.gouv.fr/public/mistral/palsri_fr?ACTION=RETROUVER&FIELD_1=TOUT&VALUE_1=&FIELD_2=localisation&VALUE_2=pertuis&FIELD_3=d e9signation VALUE_3 & = & description = & FIELD_4 VALUE_4 FIELD_5 = & = history & VALUE_5 FIELD_6 = & = & Protection VALUE_6 = & FIELD_7 = type% 20d% 27% e9tude & VALUE_7 = & FIELD_8 = REF & VALUE_8 = & FIELD_9 = DOSURLP & VALUE_9 =% 20 & NUMBER = 14 & GRP = 0 & REQ =% 28% 28pertuis% 29% 20% 3aLOCA% 20% 29 & USRNAME = nobody & USRPWD = 4% 24% 2534P & SPEC = 9 & SYN = 1 & IMLY = & MAX1 = 1 & MAX2 = 1 & MAX3 = 200 & DOM = All "Product PM84000497: altarpiece painting: Lady of Consolation between St. Sebastian and St. Roch in the [[Base Mérimée]]"]. Ministry of Culture.  Wikilink embedded in URL title (help)/ref>statueBerger worship dating from the XVIth century [229]altarpiece, 3 reliefs: Scenes from the life of St. Crispin and St. Crispiandating of XVIth and XVIIth century [230]table: Coronation of the Virgindating from the XVIIth century[231] Table: Joshua stopping the sun,painted by setting Gilles Garcin {{cite book [232] dating from the XVIIth century[233] ' 'pulpit dating from the XVIIIth century [234]Table: Presentation of the Virginpainted by John Daret dating from the XVIIth century [235]table: the Marriage of the Virgindating from the XVIIIth century [236]table: the Adoration of the Shepherdsdating from the XVIIIth century [237] Leafandtympanum of the main gate dating from the XVIth century [238]table: the Jacob's Ladder,painted frame by Gilles Garcin dating from the XVIIth century[239]table: Saint Paul in Ephesus, dating from the framework XVIIIth century [240]table: Moses related tables of the law Framedating from the XVIIIth century [241]Table: The Sacrifice of Abraham,painted frame by Gilles Garcin dating from the XVIIth century[242]table: Zechariah in the temple, dating from the framework XVIIIth century[243]Table: The Judgement of Solomon, executive dating from the XVIIIth century[244] and the 8:tomb relief: Three figures under arcades dating to the XIVth century[245]shrinedating from 1598 [246]plaquedating from 1772 [247], the 24: altar, tabernacle, dating from the XVIIIth century[248] and 26:gallery organdating from 1598 [249]gallery organ: the organ instrumental partdating from 1598 [250].

Other monuments[edit]

Pertuis has other remarkable places:

The chapel * Saint-Roch. In 1528, the city council decides to Empty citation (help) . We must wait for the epidemic of 1640 that pertuisiens perform this vow. Antoine and Barthelemy Puget pertuisiens two masons, built in 1651, a small chapel nave ceiling with a door decorated with semicircular bosses. The chapel was inaugurated on 10. The bell was stolen in 1700 and looted the chapel in 1740. In 1760, the pertuisiens undertake its restoration and build a small sacristy. Sold as national property in 1796, the chapel was bought by the municipality that maintains and restores.

  • The Hotel Mirabeau is located on Market Square, had all the characteristics of a townhouse Aachen. It was in this house were born Victor, Joseph and Alexandre-Louis Riqueti Mirabeau. There is nothing left today, because in 1928 the brothers Henry and Gustave Roux sold the portalkitto U.S. nationals.
  • The hotel Cornarel (24 rue de la Tour) has a staircase with wrought iron railing of the seventeenth century {{}}, plasterwork, murals and woodwork Louis XV.
  • Fountains of the sixteenth and nineteenth century whose fountain Morel down the course of the republic, the fountain in honor of Francois Morel, Mayor of the city. This fountain is topped by a bust with no arms, so that can not get hold of the portfolio, which gave expression to dismiss a creditor pertuisienne:[251]. But also the green fountain because it is painted green and not covered with foam as the fountain of Diana.
  • The memorial of the wars of 1914-1918, 1939-1945 and North Africa (RBA) (on the photo plate NFA has been added over the 1939-1945 war), located Avenue de la Liberte. A feature of this monument is that the list of the dead of 1914-1918 is on a stele in a chapel of the St Nicolas Church.


City Hall[edit]

In the late eighteenth century town house was transferred to the current building, was the mansion of the family Croze, acquired by the city in 1827 [252] . Previously, he belonged to the family Archimbaud, dignitaries and personalities of Pertuis since 1380, appointing the first trustee of the city for the family Archimbaud. In 1639, it welcomes the Prince John II Casimir Vasa (Jan Kazimierz Waza) future King of Poland [253]. The 29 Louis Archimbaud exchanged it with Joseph Croze cons of a home market street and a sum of 2,250 books [254].

Cultural Heritage[edit]

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The Municipal Theatre
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The Luberon Cinema

Municipal Theatre

A building belonging to Mr. and Mrs. Mikaelly was bought by the city into a theater in 1912 [255]. Family Mikaelly ensure its implementation. The disappearance of the husband was transformed into a cinema hall. In December 1976, the city acquired the rights attaching to the theater in order to restore the building. It is administered by the city as a municipal theater [256]

Cinema[edit]

The film is calledPertuisthe Luberon has three halls for 501 seats [257] and is directed by Yasmine Borgesson (who also directed the filmCigalonat Cucuron). It is also classified as anart filmand tests [258]. As of 1 the new concessionaire by a public service delegation will be theescapeSAS Ciné space that will renovate the theater and lead to closure of four or five months [259]

Public Library[edit]

The library is located St. Peter's Square since the end of 1991 to move the fire station. In addition to consultation documents on site and also on loan, the library also organizes events both in and outside their premises especially for young [260]

Game Library[edit]

The game library created in 1991 byFriends of the Maternity of Pertuis,associationAGame Library in Pertuis actually began operations in 1995 through the provision of a local 60 metres (196.85 ft) by the city of Pertuis. The toy library is open to the public year round. Its location in downtown Pertuis is strategic because a city is neo-rural population exploding, a large proportion of the population comes from immigration and gypsy families in the process of settlement. It has an inventory of 1,200 games. Located in the green space of the Garden of Europe, it allows children to play outside also. In addition to the game site and ready for gaming and the toy library runs creative workshops for children, and days in different communities such as nurseries, campgrounds, schools, recreation centers, retirement homes.

School of Music[edit]

In 1936 is creating theMusic Cityand1951Harmony Durance Luberon in the music school to become municipal 1981. The municipal association of South-Luberon music is created in 1990, 12 accedes Commons: Pertuis, La Tour-d'Aigues Villelaure [[Cucuron] ], Grambois Ansouis -Cabrières d'Aigues, Saint-Martin-de-la-Brasque, The Bastidonne -d Peypin Aigues and Vaugines. This Conservatory of Music Pertuis is a public institution funded by contributions from these 12 municipalities and musicians specially trained to work in schools involved in kindergartens and primary schools of 12 municipalities [261]. But due to financial difficulties and other disputes since 2008 municipal association of music is dissolved by order of the sub-prefect of Apt on 15 at the request of 11 municipalities and opposition of a (La Tour d'Aigues) [262]. The academy became the Municipal Conservatory of Music in Pertuis which hosts over 400 students and operates in primary schools in 11 municipalities for the 2010/2011 season [263]. This is one of the few music schools in the region to offer all types of instruments (violin alto cello [[flute] ], clarinet oboe The saxophone s, trumpet trombone snorkel piano harpsichord acoustic guitar and electrical lute percussion and [[Battery (music) | battery] ]. The conservatory occupies the premises of the old charity hospital (northern, the southern schools are Albert Camus and Georges Brassens).

Multimedia[edit]

The city of Pertuis and other towns in the CPA will be connected to the broadband network, launched symbolically 7 by Minister of Rural Areas and Regional Planning Michel Mercier with Mary-Joissains Masini deputy mayor of Aix-en-Provence and Roger Pellenc, Mayor Pertuis [264] < ref> (English) Alexandra Ducamp (8). Provence http://www.laprovence.com/article/multimedia/pays-daix-tres-haut-debit-a-pertuis.  Unknown parameter |titre= ignored (|title= suggested) (help); Missing or empty |title= (help)</ref> .

Pertuis has an office and a local correspondent of the daily street Colbert Provence in particular for his edition South Luberon. The city also has aPertuisedition of the weekly ParuVendu [265].

Pertuis and cinema[edit]

Several movies were filmed in the town of Pertuis:

Notable people from Pertuis[edit]

Heraldry, logo and motto[edit]

Main article: Armorial Vaucluse

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Archaeology[edit]

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Twin towns[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Architect and history buff, was reconstituted through the archives and books on the city has rebuilt the walls as they were.
  2. ^ born in 1848 and died in Pertuis in 1916 was mayor of Pertuis 4 times between 1879 and 1896. It was mercer occupation
  3. ^ Councilor Jean Guiques and director of the school girls
  4. ^ school built to replace the old park in front of the chapel of Charity
  5. ^ Located near Clos
  6. ^ Mayor of openings after the Second World War
  7. ^ Including active unemployed
  8. ^ indicator of concentration of employment is equal to the number jobs in the area for every 100 workers employed residents in the area, as defined by the INSEE
  9. ^ The labelVin de pays d'Aiguesfor the following municipalities in the department of Vaucluse Ansouis, Apt Auribeau La Bastide-des-Jourdan, The Bastidonne, The Beaumettes, Beaumont de Pertuis, Bonnieux, Buoux Cabrières-d'Aigues Cabrières-d'Avignon, Cadenet, Caseneuve Castellet Cavaillon, Cheval Blanc, Cucuron, Gargas Gignac, Gordes, Goult, Grambois L'Isle-sur -la-Sorgue, Joucas, Lacoste, Lagarde-d'Apt, Lagnes, Lauris, Lioux, Lourmarin, Maubec Menerbes Mérindol, Mirabeau, La Motte-d'Aigues, Walls, Oppede, Pertuis, Peypin-d'Aigues, Puget Puyvert, Robion, Roussillon, Rustrel, Saignon, Saint-Martin-de-Castillon Saint-Martin-de-la-Brasque, Saint Pantaleon, Saint-Saturnin-d'Apt, Sannes, Saumane Sivergues, The Taillades La Tour-d'Aigues, Vaugines, Viens, Villars, Villelaure, Vitrolles-en-Provence.
  10. ^ Due to its social nature only parent Carrefour reports results at national level but not its stores and subsidiaries

References[edit]

Book references[edit]

  • Dictionnaire des communes du Vaucluse, 1986, ISBN 2903044279  Unknown parameter |éditeur= ignored (|editor= suggested) (help); Unknown parameter |lieu= ignored (|location= suggested) (help); Unknown parameter |auteur= ignored (|author= suggested) (help) (voir dans la bibliographie)
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  2. ^ a b c d p 315.
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  108. [[#cite_ref-145|^]] (English) [http: / / www.laprovence.com/article/aix-en-provence/pertuis-dix-chars-pour-un-corso-toujours-dedie-aux-fleurs "Pertuis: ten tanks for a parade dedicated to always flowers"]. [[Provence (News) | Provence ]]. 7. 
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  111. [[#cite_ref-148|^]] (English) [http://www.ville-pertuis.fr/index. php? option = com_content & view = article & id = 1010:68 th-national-of-game-Provence & catid = 58: Sports & Itemid = 155 "68e National Provençal game"]. City of Pertuis. 
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  116. [[#cite_ref-153|^]] (English) [http://etablissements.fhf.fr/annuaire/hopital-fiche.php?id=2315 "Données on Pertuis Hospital"].  Unknown parameter |Hospital Federation publisher= ignored ([[Help:CS1 errors#parameter_ignored|help]])
  117. [[#cite_ref-154|^]] (English) (English) [http://www.ch-pertuis .com / modules / news / article.php? storyid = 10 "Pertuis Hospital Center at a glance"]. 
  118. [[#cite_ref-155|^]] (English) (English) [http://www.aladom.fr/maison-retraite/pertuis-84/ http://www.aladom.fr/maison-retraite/pertuis-84/].  Unknown parameter |titre= ignored (|title= suggested) ([[Help:CS1 errors#parameter_ignored_suggest|help]]); Missing or empty |title= ([[Help:CS1 errors#citation_missing_title|help]])
  119. [[#cite_ref-156|^]] (English) [http://piscines.agglo-paysdaix.fr/pageLibre00010216.php "Pool Pertuis"]. [[Urban Community of the Country Aix | CPA ]]. 
  120. ^ [[#cite_ref-club_tir_pertuis_157-0|a]] [[#cite_ref-club_tir_pertuis_157-1|b]] (English) [http://pagespro-orange.fr/club-tir-pertuis/index.htm "Site of the shooting club"]. 
  121. [[#cite_ref-158|^]] (English) [http://www.grimper.com/Article/salles-escalade / 1320-climbing-pertuis.html "Room to climb Pertuis"]. 
  122. [[#cite_ref-159|^]] (English) [http://csp-azimut.ouvaton.org/ "Site of orienteering"]. 
  123. [[#cite_ref-160|^]] (English) [http://www.usrpertuis.org/ "Site the USRP"]. 
  124. [[#cite_ref-161|^]] (English) [http:/ / gym-pertuis.fr / "Site gymnastics"]. 
  125. [[#cite_ref-162|^]] (English) [http://cspplongee.free. com / "Site diving"]. 
  126. [[#cite_ref-163|^]] (English) [http://www.clubmbcp.com/ "Site Mini-club bolid Pertuisien"]. 
  127. [[#cite_ref-164|^]] (English) [http://epervier.sudluberon.free.fr/plans/pertuis.htm "Site Aeromodelling Club of Pertuis"]. 
  128. [[#cite_ref-165|^]] (English) [http://www.rugbypertuis.com/accueil.php "Site pertuisien Rugby Club"].  Rugbypertuis
  129. [[#cite_ref-166|^]] (English) . French Federation Tennis [http://www.club.fft.fr/tcpertuis/22840072_a/cms/index_public.php?us_action=show_note_site&login_off=1&ui_id_site=1 http://www.club.fft.fr/tcpertuis/22840072_a/cms/index_public.php?us_action=show_note_site&login_off=1&ui_id_site=1].  Text "titre Tennis Club " ignored ([[Help:CS1 errors#text_ignored|help]]); Missing or empty |title= ([[Help:CS1 errors#citation_missing_title|help]])
  130. [[#cite_ref-167|^]] (English) [http://cspertuisien.tt.free.fr/ "Site table tennis"]. 
  131. [[#cite_ref-168|^]] (English) [http://volley.pertuis.com/ http://volley.pertuis.com/].  Unknown parameter |titre= ignored (|title= suggested) ([[Help:CS1 errors#parameter_ignored_suggest|help]]); Missing or empty |title= ([[Help:CS1 errors#citation_missing_title|help]])
  132. [[#cite_ref-169|^]] (English) [http://www.studfm.fr "Site Stud FM"]. StudFM. /
  133. [[#cite_ref-170|^]] (English) [http://www.ville -pertuis.fr/index.php? option = com_content & view = article & id = 1206: studfm-emet-on-977-FM & catid = 1: news & Itemid = 44 "StudFM broadcasts on 97.7"].  pertuis.fr city
  134. [[#cite_ref-171|^]] [http://diocese-avignon.fr/spip/-Doyenne-de- Pertuis "Pertuis Deanery"]. Diocese of Avignon. 
  135. [[#cite_ref-172|^]] [http://huguenotsinfo.free.fr/temple/pertuis_hist.htm "History of Protestant Pertuis"]. huguenotsinfo. 
  136. [[#cite_ref-173|^]] [http://www.guidemusulman.com/mosquee/256/84120-mosquee-a-pertuis "Mosquée in Pertuis"]. Islamic site mosques and halal shops. 
  137. [[#cite_ref-174|^]] (English) [http://www.laposte.fr/bureau/PERTUIS/% 28search% 29/84120/idp15904A/rem/ODQxMjA = "The position of Pertuis"]. [[ La Poste (French company) | Post ]]. 
  138. [[#cite_ref-175|^]] (English) [http://www.laprovence.com/article/cavaillon-232 "Pertuis: Who police or gendarmerie have the land?"]. 21. 
  139. [[#cite_ref-176|^]] (English) [http://www.ville-pertuis.fr/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1383:transfert-de-pertuis-en-zone-gendarmerie&catid=36:infoscoldroite&Itemid=141 "Pertuis : Transfer in Pertuis area gendarmerie"]. pertuis.fr city. 5. 
  140. [[#cite_ref-177|^]] (English) [http://www.pompier-pertuis .com / csp.php "Site Firefighters Pertuis"].  firefighter-pertuis.fr
  141. [[#cite_ref-178|^]] (English) [http://www.ville-pertuis .com / index.php? option = com_content & view = article & id = 298: the grand-child-a-openings & catid = 15: early childhood & Itemid = 24 "Early childhood in Pertuis"]. City of Pertuis. 
  142. [[#cite_ref-179|^]] (English) [http://www.vaucluse. fr/2374-centre-medico-sociaux-detail-accessible.htm # par14332 "Health Centre to Pertuis"]. General Council 84. 
  143. [[#cite_ref-180|^]] (English) [http://www.ville-pertuis.fr/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=106:centre-communal-daction-sociale&catid=20:solidarite&Itemid=29 http://www.ville-pertuis.fr/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=106:centre-communal-daction-sociale&catid=20:solidarite&Itemid=29].  Unknown parameter |titre= ignored (|title= suggested) ([[Help:CS1 errors#parameter_ignored_suggest|help]]); Missing or empty |title= ([[Help:CS1 errors#citation_missing_title|help]]) City of Pertuis
  144. ^ [[#cite_ref-emploiINSEE_181-0|a]] [[#cite_ref-emploiINSEE_181-1|b]] [[#cite_ref-emploiINSEE_181-2|c]] [[#cite_ref-emploiINSEE_181-3|d]] [http://recensement.insee.fr/chiffresCles.action?codeMessage=6&zoneSearchField=84089&codeZone=84089-COM&idTheme=2&rechercher=Rechercher "Results of Population Census - 2007 - Employment - labor"].  Unknown parameter |site= ignored ([[Help:CS1 errors#parameter_ignored|help]])
  145. [[#cite_ref-182|^]] (English) [http://www.recensement.insee.fr / chiffresCles.action? codeMessage = 6 & zoneSearchField = 84089 & CodeZone = 84089-COM & idTheme = 5 & search = Search "Results of Population Census - 2007 - Shapes and conditions of use"].  Unknown parameter |site= ignored ([[Help:CS1 errors#parameter_ignored|help]])
  146. [[#cite_ref-185|^]] AGRESTE, agricultural censuses of 1988 and 2000.
  147. [[#cite_ref-186|^]] ".  Unknown parameter |éditeur= ignored (|editor= suggested) (help); Wikilink embedded in URL title (help) (English) [http:/ / www.lapommedeterredepertuis.fr/ http:/ / www.lapommedeterredepertuis.fr/].  Unknown parameter |titre= ignored (|title= suggested) (help); Missing or empty |title= (help)
  148. ^ (English) [http:/ / www.laprovence.com/actu/region-en-direct/la-marque-pomme-de-terre-de-pertuis-est-nee "La brand Potato Pertuis is born"]. 1. 
  149. ^ (English) . php? option = com_content & view = article & id = 605: the apple-de-terre-de-sluice-becomes-a-brand & catid = 49: ca-sest-pass-a-openings & Itemid = 146 "The potato openings becomes a brand". 2010.  City of Pertuis
  150. ^ (English) "carte road fare". 
  151. ^ (English) "On wheat miller Apt". 
  152. ^ Pertuis-News bulletin No. 11, 1981, p.34
  153. ^ (English) "On wheat miller Apt" (PDF).  Unknown parameter |site= ignored (help)
  154. ^ (English) gouv.fr / public / products / showTexte.php? ID_TEXTE_CONSOLIDE = 939 "Order of 14 March 2007 on olive oil from Provence AOC". 
  155. ^ Cite error: The named reference D.C3.A9cret_Provence was invoked but never defined (see the help page).
  156. ^ (English) "Site Moulin Dauphin".  Unknown parameter |site= ignored (help)
  157. ^ (English) .com / public / home.php? pageFromIndex = products / commune_index.php ~ mnu = 348 "Product Pertuisiens recognized AOC, PGI". INAO. 
  158. ^ (English) [http:// www.inao.gouv.fr/public/produits/detailProduit.php?ID_PRODUIT=7509 "Fiche of Aigues W"]. INAO . 1. 
  159. ^ }} detailProduit.php? Product ID = 7511 "Product of Aigues pink". INAO} }
  160. ^ en. 1.  "Fiche of the white Aigues". INAO . 1. 
  161. ^ (English) "Fiche the PGI Vaucluse W". INAO .  Text " Template:Date = date " ignored (help)
  162. ^ }} INAO , ed. (1). "Fiche the PGI Vaucluse Rosé". 
  163. ^ en}} / public / products / detailProduit.php? Product ID = 7504 "Sheet PGI red Vaucluse". INAO . 1. 
  164. ^ (English) gouv.fr / public / products / detailProduit.php? Product ID = 7167 "Sheet PGI Mediterranean White". INAO . 1. 
  165. ^ }} ? Product ID = 7169 "Sheet PGI Mediterranean pink". INAO . 1. 
  166. ^ en}} "Fiche of PGI Mediterranean red". INAO . 1. 
  167. ^ (English) . annuaire-mairie.fr http://www.annuaire-mairie.fr/entreprise-culture-vigne-ville-pertuis.html.  Unknown parameter |titre= ignored (|title= suggested) (help); Missing or empty |title= (help)
  168. ^ (English) http://www.provenceandriviera.com/details_artisan.php?id=77.  Unknown parameter |titre= ignored (|title= suggested) (help); Missing or empty |title= (help)
  169. ^ (English) http://www.chateaugrandcallamand.fr/.  Text "titre Chateau Grand Callamand " ignored (help); Missing or empty |title= (help)
  170. ^ (English) .com / taste / index.php? page = 4 & id_commune = 3 & domain_id = 6 "Taste and flavor of the Aix". ABC. 
  171. ^ (English) html "Château Val Joanis Red".  Unknown parameter |site= ignored (help)
  172. ^ (English) [http:/ / Val Joanis Rosé www.val-joanis.com/fr/chateau_rosé.html "Château"].  Unknown parameter |site= ignored (help)
  173. ^ (English) [Val Joanis Blanc http://www.val-joanis.com/fr/chateau_blanc.html "Château"].  Unknown parameter |site= ignored (help)
  174. ^ (English) "réserve the Morello".  Unknown parameter |site= ignored (help)
  175. ^ (English) .val-joanis.com/fr/reserve_merises.html "Reserve the cherries".  Unknown parameter |site= ignored (help)
  176. ^ (English) "réserve hawthorn".  Unknown parameter |site= ignored (help)
  177. ^ (English) http://www.val-joanis.com/fr/reserve_chanoine.html.  Unknown parameter |site= ignored (help); Missing or empty |title= (help)
  178. ^ (English) "Site Grand Callamand". chateaugrandcallamand.fr. 
  179. ^ (English) "réserve the agasse".  Unknown parameter |site= ignored (help)
  180. ^ (English) "Grand Wine Callamand" (PDF). 
  181. ^ (English) "Producteurs wine mediterranean in Vaucluse".  Unknown parameter |site= ignored (help)
  182. ^ (English) 03_08/a0080026.htm "Application for registration of geographical indication on the slopes of Mont Ventoux cherry". Ministry of Economy, Finance and Employment. 16. 
  183. ^ (English) http://www.agneaudesisteron.fr/presentation.html.  Text "titre official website Sisteron lamb " ignored (help); Unknown parameter |site= ignored (help); Missing or empty |title= (help)
  184. ^ (English) "Homologation Sisteron lamb of January 3, 2005". 
  185. ^ (English) "Fiche of Company". 
  186. ^ {{en} } "Fiche the LLC Equiterre". 
  187. ^ Dictionary Provence opcit, P. 751.
  188. ^ (English) "Fiche the PGI Honey Provence". INAO . 23. 
  189. ^ (English) de-provence.com/apiculture_la_transhumance.php "The transhumance hives Provence".  Unknown parameter |site= ignored (help)
  190. ^ (English) "Le mas Orianne".  luberon.net provence
  191. ^ en}} # "mountain bike Grambois-Pertuis-Edge of Durance". 
  192. ^ en}} [MTB http://www.tracegps.com/fr/parcours/circuit2082.htm "circuit between Durance and Luberon"]. 
  193. ^ (English) = 84120 & / 1/ca/d "List of 12 companies with a turnover pertuisiennes than 5 million euros". 
  194. ^ (English) [http:// economie.vaucluse.cci.fr / info /? cid = 66 "Key figures"].  Unknown parameter |site= ignored (help)
  195. ^ (English) societe.com/societe/pellenc-305061186.html "Company Pellenc". 14.  societe.com
  196. ^ a b "Sociète Pellenc Selective Technology". 14 November 2010.  | website = societe.com}}
  197. ^ (English) "Hyper U Pertuis".  Unknown parameter |site= ignored (help)
  198. ^ "Site of Auto Escape". autoescape.com. 
  199. ^ "Pagés Motoculture site". pages-motoculture.fr. 
  200. ^ "Site of cold Pertuis". Pertuis-froid.pagesperso-orange.fr. 
  201. ^ (English) -662620129 / "Distribution Center Luberon (Hyper U)". verif.com. 
  202. ^ (English) "Sociète Pellenc". societe.com. 12. 
  203. ^ (English) "Sociète Auto Escape". societe.com. 12. 
  204. ^ (English) "Sociète Curing pertuisienne". societe.com. 12. 
  205. ^ (English) "Sociète South Station". societe.com. 12. 
  206. ^ (English) "Sociète Pagés garden equipment". societe.com. 12. 
  207. ^ (English) "Sociète Cerealis". societe.com. 12. 
  208. ^ (English) "Sociète JEM Advertising". societe.com. 12. 
  209. ^ (English) "SOCOMELU". societe.com. 12. 
  210. ^ "Sociète Cold Pertuis". societe.com. 12. 
  211. ^ (English) [# http://www2.culture.gouv.fr/culture/sites-sdaps/sdap84/mh.php Pertuis "Sites ranked Pertuis"]. Ministry of Culture. 
  212. ^ (English) = & FIELD_6 = date% 20protection & VALUE_6 = & FIELD_7 = properties% e9t% e9 & VALUE_7 = & FIELD_8 = type% 20d% 27% e9tude & VALUE_8 = & FIELD_9 = REF & VALUE_9 = & FIELD_10 = DOSURLP & VALUE_10 =% 20 & NUMBER = 17 & GRP = 0 & REQ =% 28% 28pertuis% 29% 20% 3aTOUT % 20% 29 & USRNAME = nobody & USRPWD = 4% 24% 2534P & SPEC = 9 & SYN = 1 & IMLY = & MAX1 = 1 & MAX2 = 100 & MAX3 = 100 & dom = MH "Product of the parish church of Saint-Nicolas on [[Base Mérimée]]". Ministry Culture.  Wikilink embedded in URL title (help)
  213. ^ (English) .com / public / mistral / mersri_fr? ACTION = FIND & FIELD_1 = ALL & VALUE_1 = sluices & FIELD_2 = Tracking & VALUE_2 = & FIELD_3 = title & VALUE_3 = & FIELD_4 = description & VALUE_4 = & FIELD_5 = history & VALUE_5 = & FIELD_6 = date% 20protection & VALUE_6 = & FIELD_7 = properties% e9t% e9 & VALUE_7 = & FIELD_8 = type% 20d % 27% e9tude & VALUE_8 = & FIELD_9 = REF & VALUE_9 = & FIELD_10 = DOSURLP & VALUE_10 =% 20 & NUMBER = 16 & GRP = 0 & REQ =% 28% 28pertuis% 29% 20% 3aTOUT% 20% 29 & USRNAME = nobody & USRPWD = 4% 24% 2534P & SPEC = 9 & SYN = 1 & IMLY = & MAX1 = 1 & MAX2 MAX3 = 100 & = 100 & dom = MH "Product Remparts (former) on the [[Base Mérimée]]". Ministry of Culture.  Wikilink embedded in URL title (help)
  214. ^ Patrick Ollivier Elliott, opcit p. 169.
  215. ^ (English) [http:/ /% www.culture.gouv.fr/public/mistral/mersri_fr?ACTION=RETROUVER&FIELD_1=TOUT&VALUE_1=pertuis&FIELD_2=localisation&VALUE_2=&FIELD_3=titre&VALUE_3=&FIELD_4=description&VALUE_4=&FIELD_5=historique&VALUE_5=&FIELD_6=date 20protection VALUE_6 & = & = properties FIELD_7 e9t% e9% & VALUE_7 = & FIELD_8 = type% 20d% 27% e9tude & VALUE_8 = & FIELD_9 = REF & VALUE_9 = & FIELD_10 = DOSURLP & VALUE_10 =% 20 & NUMBER = 9 & GRP = 0 & REQ =% 28% 28pertuis% 29% 20% 3aTOUT% 20% 29 & USRNAME = nobody & USRPWD = 4% 24% 2534P & SPEC = 9 & SYN = 1 & IMLY = & MAX1 = 1 & MAX2 = 100 & MAX3 = 100 & dom = MH "Product Maison de la Reine Jeanne on the [[Base Mérimée]]"]. Ministry of Culture.  Wikilink embedded in URL title (help)
  216. ^ Patrick Ollivier Elliott, opcit p. 168.
  217. ^ (English) [http:/ /% www.culture.gouv.fr/public/mistral/mersri_fr?ACTION=RETROUVER&FIELD_1=TOUT&VALUE_1=pertuis&FIELD_2=localisation&VALUE_2=&FIELD_3=titre&VALUE_3=&FIELD_4=description&VALUE_4=&FIELD_5=historique&VALUE_5=&FIELD_6=date 20protection VALUE_6 & = & = properties FIELD_7 e9t% e9% & VALUE_7 = & FIELD_8 = type% 20d% 27% e9tude & VALUE_8 = & FIELD_9 = REF & VALUE_9 = & FIELD_10 = DOSURLP & VALUE_10 =% 20 & NUMBER = 13 & GRP = 0 & REQ =% 28% 28pertuis% 29% 20% 3aTOUT% 20% 29 & USRNAME = nobody & USRPWD = 4% 24% 2534P & SPEC = 9 & SYN = 1 & IMLY = & MAX1 = 1 & MAX2 = 100 & MAX3 = 100 & dom = MH "Product of the Keep on the [[Base Mérimée]]"]. Ministry of Culture.  Wikilink embedded in URL title (help)
  218. ^ (French) Memory in pictures: Pertuis. Joue-les-Tours. 2000. ISBN 2-84253-563-4.  Unknown parameter |Total pages= ignored (help); Unknown parameter |name1= ignored (help); Unknown parameter |passage= ignored (|pages= suggested) (help)
  219. ^ (English) = description & VALUE_4 = & FIELD_5 = history & VALUE_5 = & FIELD_6 = date% 20protection & VALUE_6 = & FIELD_7 = properties% e9t% e9 & VALUE_7 = & FIELD_8 = type% 20d% 27% e9tude & VALUE_8 = & FIELD_9 = REF & VALUE_9 = & FIELD_10 = DOSURLP & VALUE_10 =% 20 & NUMBER = 11 & GRP = 0 & REQ =% 28% 28pertuis% 29% 20% 3aTOUT% 20% 29 & USRNAME = nobody & USRPWD = 4% 24% 2534P & SPEC = 9 & SYN = 1 & IMLY = & MAX1 = 1 & MAX2 = 100 & MAX3 = 100 & dom = MH "Product Hall Charity (former) on the [[Base Merimee]]". Ministry of Culture.  Wikilink embedded in URL title (help)
  220. ^ (English) [http:// www.culture.gouv.fr/public/mistral/mersri_fr?ACTION=RETROUVER&FIELD_1=TOUT&VALUE_1=pertuis&FIELD_2=localisation&VALUE_2=&FIELD_3=titre&VALUE_3=&FIELD_4=description&VALUE_4=&FIELD_5=historique&VALUE_5=&FIELD_6=date 20protection% & = & VALUE_6 FIELD_7 properties =% e9% e9t & VALUE_7 = & FIELD_8 = type% 20d% 27% e9tude & VALUE_8 = & FIELD_9 = REF & VALUE_9 = & FIELD_10 = DOSURLP & VALUE_10 =% 20 & NUMBER = 10 & GRP = 0 & REQ =% 28% 28pertuis% 29% 20% 3aTOUT% 20% 29 & USRNAME = nobody & USRPWD = 4% 24% 2534P & SPEC = 9 & SYN = 1 & = & IMLY MAX1 = 1 & MAX2 MAX3 = 100 & = 100 & dom = MH "Product of a building on the [[Base Mérimée]]"]. Ministry of Culture.  Wikilink embedded in URL title (help)
  221. ^ (English) public / mistral / mersri_fr? ACTION = FIND & FIELD_1 = ALL & VALUE_1 = sluices & FIELD_2 = Tracking & VALUE_2 = & FIELD_3 = title & VALUE_3 = & FIELD_4 = description & VALUE_4 = & FIELD_5 = history & VALUE_5 = & FIELD_6 = date% 20protection & VALUE_6 = & FIELD_7 = properties% e9t% e9 & VALUE_7 = & FIELD_8 = type% 20d% 27% e9tude & VALUE_8 = & FIELD_9 = REF & VALUE_9 = & FIELD_10 = DOSURLP & VALUE_10 =% 20 & NUMBER = 13 & GRP = 0 & REQ =% 28% 28pertuis% 29% 20% 3aTOUT% 20% 29 & USRNAME = nobody & USRPWD = 4% 24% 2534P & SPEC = 9 & SYN = 1 & IMLY = & MAX1 = 1 & MAX2 = 100 & MAX3 = 100 & dom = MH "Product of the Bastide The Loubière on [[Base Mérimée]]". Ministry of Culture.  Wikilink embedded in URL title (help)
  222. ^ {{en} } [% 28% = http://www.culture.gouv.fr/public/mistral/palsri_fr?ACTION=RETROUVER_TITLE&LEVEL=1&GRP=0&REQ 28pertuis% 29% 20% 20% 29% 3aLOCA & USRNAME = nobody & USRPWD = 4% 24% 2534P & SPEC = 9 & FIELD_1 = ALL & VALUE_1 = & FIELD_2 = Tracking & VALUE_2 = sluices & FIELD_3 = d% e9signation & VALUE_3 = & FIELD_4 = description & VALUE_4 = & FIELD_5 = history & VALUE_5 = & FIELD_6 = protection & VALUE_6 = & FIELD_7 = type% 20d% 27% e9tude & VALUE_7 = & FIELD_8 = REF & VALUE_8 = & FIELD_9 = DOSURLP & VALUE_9 =% 20 & SYN = 1 & IMAGE_ONLY = & MAX1 = 1 & MAX2 = 1 & MAX3 = 200 & DOM = All "List of items classified in Pertuis on the [[Base Mérimée]]"]. Ministry of Culture.  Wikilink embedded in URL title (help)
  223. ^ (English) [% http://www.culture.gouv.fr/public/mistral/palsri_fr?ACTION=RETROUVER&FIELD_1=TOUT&VALUE_1=&FIELD_2=localisation&VALUE_2=pertuis&FIELD_3=d e9signation VALUE_3 & = & description = & FIELD_4 VALUE_4 = & FIELD_5 = history & VALUE_5 = & FIELD_6 = protection & VALUE_6 = & FIELD_7 = type% 20d% 27% e9tude & VALUE_7 = & FIELD_8 = REF & VALUE_8 = & FIELD_9 = DOSURLP & VALUE_9 =% 20 & NUMBER = 1 & grp = 0 & REQ =% 28% 28pertuis% 29% 20% 3aLOCA% 20% 29 & USRNAME = nobody & USRPWD = 4% 24% 2534P & SPEC = 9 & SYN = 1 & IMLY = & MAX1 = 1 & MAX2 = 1 & MAX3 = 200 & DOM = All "Product PM84000512: Two fences chapel on the [[Base Mérimée]]"]. Ministry of Culture.  Wikilink embedded in URL title (help)
  224. ^ (English) e9signation VALUE_3 & = & description = & FIELD_4 VALUE_4 & FIELD_5 = = = history & VALUE_5 FIELD_6 = Protection & & = & VALUE_6 FIELD_7 = type% 20d% 27% e9tude & VALUE_7 = & FIELD_8 = REF & VALUE_8 = & FIELD_9 = DOSURLP & VALUE_9 =% 20 & NUMBER = 1 & grp = 0 & REQ =% 28% 28pertuis% 29% 20% 3aLOCA% 20% 29 & USRNAME = nobody & USRPWD = 4% 24% 2534P & SPEC = 9 & SYN = 1 & IMLY = & MAX1 = 1 & MAX2 = 1 & MAX3 = 200 & DOM = All "Product PM84000510: altar, tabernacle, altar, table: the Virgin and Child with St. Francis of Assisi and St. Joseph on the [[Base Mérimée]]". Ministry Culture.  Wikilink embedded in URL title (help)
  225. ^ (English) gouv.fr / public / mistral / palsri_fr? ACTION = FIND & FIELD_1 = ALL & VALUE_1 = & FIELD_2 = Tracking & VALUE_2 = sluices & FIELD_3 = d% e9signation & VALUE_3 = & FIELD_4 = description & VALUE_4 = & FIELD_5 = history & VALUE_5 = & FIELD_6 = protection & VALUE_6 = & FIELD_7 = type% 20d% 27% e9tude & VALUE_7 = & FIELD_8 = REF & VALUE_8 = & FIELD_9 = DOSURLP & VALUE_9 =% 20 & NUMBER = 3 & GRP = 0 & REQ =% 28% 28pertuis% 29% 20% 3aLOCA% 20% 29 & USRNAME = nobody & USRPWD = 4% 24% 2534P & SPEC = 9 & SYN = 1 & IMLY = & MAX1 = 1 & MAX2 = 1 & MAX3 = 200 & DOM = All "Sheet PM84000514: processional banner of St. Roch in the [[Base Mérimée]]". Ministry of Culture.  Wikilink embedded in URL title (help)
  226. ^ (English) e9signation VALUE_3 & = & description = & FIELD_4 VALUE_4 & FIELD_5 = = = history & VALUE_5 & FIELD_6 = protection & VALUE_6 = & FIELD_7 = type% 20d% 27% e9tude & VALUE_7 = & FIELD_8 = REF & VALUE_8 = & FIELD_9 = DOSURLP & VALUE_9 =% 20 & NUMBER = 5 & GRP = 0 & REQ =% 28% 28pertuis% 29% 20% 3aLOCA% 20% 29 & USRNAME = nobody & USRPWD = 4% 24% 2534P & SPEC = 9 & SYN = 1 & IMLY = & MAX1 = 1 & MAX2 = 1 & MAX3 = 200 & DOM = All "Product PM84000511: tabernacle, altar, 2 paintings: St. Anne Virgin and Child surrounded by saints, God the Father and the Holy Spirit upon the [ [Base Mérimée]]". Ministry of Culture. 
  227. ^ (English) [% http://www.culture.gouv.fr/public/mistral/palsri_fr?ACTION=RETROUVER&FIELD_1=TOUT&VALUE_1=&FIELD_2=localisation&VALUE_2=pertuis&FIELD_3=d e9signation & VALUE_3 = & FIELD_4 = description & VALUE_4 = & FIELD_5 = history & VALUE_5 = & FIELD_6 = protection & VALUE_6 = & FIELD_7 = type% 20d% 27% e9tude & VALUE_7 = & FIELD_8 = REF & VALUE_8 = & FIELD_9 = DOSURLP & VALUE_9 =% 20 & NUMBER = 6 & GRP = 0 & REQ =% 28% 28pertuis% 29% 20% 3aLOCA% 20% 29 & USRNAME = nobody & USRPWD = 4% 24% 2534P & SPEC = 9 & SYN = 1 & IMLY = & MAX1 = 1 & MAX2 = 1 & MAX3 = 200 & DOM = All "Product PM84000515: table: Saint Felix of Cantalice and Child Jesus on the [[Base Mérimée]]"]. Ministry of Culture.  Wikilink embedded in URL title (help)
  228. ^ (English) [% http://www.culture.gouv.fr/public/mistral/palsri_fr?ACTION=RETROUVER&FIELD_1=TOUT&VALUE_1=&FIELD_2=localisation&VALUE_2=pertuis&FIELD_3=d e9signation VALUE_3 & = & description = & FIELD_4 VALUE_4 & FIELD_5 = = = history & VALUE_5 & FIELD_6 = protection & VALUE_6 = & FIELD_7 = type% 20d% 27% e9tude & VALUE_7 = & FIELD_8 = REF & VALUE_8 = & FIELD_9 = DOSURLP & VALUE_9 =% 20 & NUMBER = 7 & GRP = 0 & REQ =% 28% 28pertuis% 29% 20% 3aLOCA% 20% 29 & USRNAME = nobody & USRPWD = 4% 24% 2534P & SPEC = 9 & SYN = 1 & IMLY = & MAX1 = 1 & MAX2 = 1 & MAX3 = 200 & DOM = All "Product PM84000509: pulpit on the [[Base Mérimée]]"]. Ministry of Culture.  Wikilink embedded in URL title (help)
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  232. ^ || name = Andrew Di Genova Alauzen | title = Painting in Provence | Jeanne Laffitte publisher = | location = Marseille | year = 1984 | pages = 409 total | passage = 385 | isbn = 2862760862}}
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  251. ^ Patrick Ollivier Elliott, opcit p. 174.
  252. ^ (English) . Joue-les-Tours. 2000. ISBN 2-84253-563-4.  Unknown parameter |Title= ignored (|title= suggested) (help); Unknown parameter |Total pages= ignored (help); Unknown parameter |name1= ignored (help); Unknown parameter |passage= ignored (|pages= suggested) (help); Missing or empty |title= (help)
  253. ^ (English) Gibert Line (August 2006). .pagesperso-orange.fr/_htm/003/index1.html "Hotel de Ville or City Hall Pertuis". chronic-sluices. 
  254. ^ (English) Gibert Line (August 2006). "l Hotel de Ville or City Hall Pertuis". chronic-sluices. 
  255. ^ the municipal council of 10
  256. ^ (English) "Site theater openings".  Unknown parameter |site= ignored (help)
  257. ^ (English) / info-practical / "The Luberon Movies". 
  258. ^ (English) # Vaucluse "Cinemas Arts and testing PACA".  Unknown parameter |site= ignored (help)
  259. ^ (English) "Informations on filmthe Luberon ". city pertuis.fr. 
  260. ^ (English) [http : / / www.ville-pertuis.fr/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=253:bibliotheque-municipale&catid=56:culture&Itemid=152 "Activités and animation library"].  Unknown parameter |site= ignored (help)
  261. ^ (English) "Les Friends of the Conservatory of Music of the South Luberon".  Unknown parameter |Site= ignored (help)
  262. ^ (English) -15-0090-Sous.pdf "Order SI2010-07-15-0090". Subprefecture Apt. 15. 
  263. ^ (English) = city pertuis.fr (ed.). [http:// www.ville-pertuis.fr/images/pdf/prelude.pdf "Présentation music school"]. 
  264. ^ (English) -speed-of-country daix & catid = 49: ca-sest-pass-a-openings & Itemid = 146 "Opening of the broadband network in the Aix".  Unknown parameter |site= ignored (help)
  265. ^ (English) [http : / / www.paruvendu.fr/communfo/paruvenducommunfo/default/homeparuvendu/?idil=&h_ville=84120 "ParuVendu Pertuis}"].  paruvendu.fr
  266. ^ "Filmed in Pertuis (Vaucluse)". The Internet Movie Database. Retrieved January 3, 2011. 
  267. ^ (English) "Cinéluberon - Apt". audiovisual archives in Provence Alpes Cote d'Azur. 
  268. ^ cinema.  Wikilink embedded in URL title (help) (English) Empty citation (help) 
  269. ^ (English) Empty citation (help)  http://www.livres-ancien.com/MIRABEAU%7Ctitle=Mirabeau%7Csite=livres-ancien.com
  270. ^ (English) "Poésies Dr. Paul Goy". 
  271. ^ (English) Pierre Guiral. "Gaston Castel". 
  272. ^ (English) "Georges Blin".  Unknown parameter |site= ignored (help)
  273. ^ (English) "Mehdi Sennaoui sign to Pertuis". USR Pertuis. 28. 

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