Pavillon de Galon

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The Pavillon de Galon with a partial view of its garden.
Artist rendering of the garden.

The Pavillon de Galon was built at the end of the 18th century as a hunting lodge.[1] It is located in Cucuron, in Vaucluse, on the south side of the Luberon mountain range of southern France.

Its 5 hectare[2] garden, which contains a contemporary garden à la française created in 2004,[1] was awarded the "Remarkable Garden" label by the French Ministry of Culture & Environment in 2010.[2] Such a label is awarded for 5 years and requires the garden to be open to the public at least 40 days per year.[3]


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Coordinates: 43°46′26″N 5°27′06″E / 43.7739°N 5.4516°E / 43.7739; 5.4516