Lavender Country

   Reze is located in the prosperous Provence Crost River Valley in the south of France. The whole village is surrounded by large lavender fields, so it is called the Land of Lavender by the Provencals. Every summer, the whole valley is enveloped in the rich aroma of lavender. Lavender means "washing" in Latin. It was first found in southern France and Italy, and is widely grown in Britain, France and Yugoslavia, and is most famous in Provence, France. It belongs to the aromatic plant of the Lamiaceae family. It has a strong aroma and has the effect of cleansing the body and mind. It was used by the Greeks to treat coughs in ancient times, and the Romans used it to take baths and clean wounds. In the Middle Ages, it was used in the closet to repel insects, and it was known as "the queen of aromatic herbs". Take a walk through the waist-high lavender fields during the flowering season in June, and the fragrance will be unforgettable for a lifetime.

  Built in the 1st century AD, Géz is the oldest village in the Hautes-Alpes in Provence. The historical relics outside the village testify to its glorious past.

  In the earliest times, the Ligurians established their tribe on the top of Mount Sainte-Maxime. After the Romans conquered here, they built a town in the valley at the foot of the mountain, which was called the Roman Reze. Now, in addition to four 6-meter-high Roman columns, there is also a square baptismal pool with a depth of 9 meters. It is the earliest baptismal pool in France so far. The cathedral on the central axis was built in the 15th century and still maintains its medieval style.

  Around the village, there are 14th-century towers connecting the medieval city gates, the Equil Tower to the east, and the San Soros Tower to the west. Each tower is surrounded by a fountain as an embellishment. Those columnar shapes Like the pillars of a Roman temple. Stepping into the center of the town is like traveling through a time tunnel and returning to the distant Middle Ages. Narrow streets, small shops, and small and exquisite handicraft souvenirs are all related to lavender, making people addicted and lingering. In the regular market, the surrounding residents will sell their local specialties, which is very lively for a while.

  St. Maxime Mountain outside the village is covered with green shades, fragrant of birds and flowers, and rows of beehives can be seen everywhere. In the church on the top of the mountain, there are always many people coming to worship on Sunday. From here, the surrounding scenery can be seen from a distance, a small river flows from the entrance of the village, and a quaint double-arch stone bridge spans the stream. In the distance, the lavender fields stretch as far as the eye can see. The lavender, which formed into ridges, covered the sky and covered the earth in the distance. The breeze blew past, and there were purple waves, wrapped in a rich and intoxicating fragrance, which filled the air, turning the whole sky into a fragrant world.

  In Gez, there are different country specialties in each season, in addition to truffles, lavender, rosemary, high-quality honey, olive oil, it is simply Provence of Provence. Delicious dishes made with truffles are a must-have in Rez. The workmanship is very intricate, it takes at least 12 hours to prepare and can only be cooked with a wooden spoon. The truffles are sliced ​​into extremely thin slices, salted and peppered, and garnished with delicate florets of white cheese for a mouthwatering finish. On Wednesdays and Saturdays, the regular market is very lively, with modern artists, potters, hawkers, people of all colors doing their own business here, and in March and November, there is also a truffle trade, which can be enjoyed at that time. The infinite style of truffles.



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