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Silvacane Abbey is a former Cistercian monastery in the municipality of La Roque-d'Anthéron, Bouches-du-Rhône, in Provence, France. It was founded in or around 1144 as a daughter house of Morimond Abbey and was dissolved in 1443; it ceased to be an ecclesiastical property in the French Revolution. The church was acquired by the French state in 1846, the remaining buildings not until 1949. It is one of the three Cistercian abbeys in Provence known as the "three sisters of Provence" ("les trois soeurs provençales"), the other two being Sénanque Abbey and Le Thoronet Abbey; Silvacane was possibly the last-established. The structures, of the late 12th and 13th centuries, are mostly Romanesque, with some Gothic elements. As is usual with early Cistercian buildings, the focus of the architecture is entirely on simplicity, austerity and harmony. The church interior, without decoration or distraction, is an outstanding example of 12th century Cistercian architecture.

Article Title : Silvacane Abbey
Article Snippet :Provence known as the "three sisters of Provence" ("les trois soeurs provençales"), the other two being Sénanque Abbey and Le Thoronet Abbey; Silvacane
Article Title : Lavandula
Article Snippet :best-known compendium of Provençal cooking, J.-B. Reboul's Cuisinière Provençale. French lambs have been allowed to graze on lavender as it is alleged
Article Title : Michèle Torr
Article Snippet :tout l'amour du monde Others 2012: Chanter c'est prier 1999: La Cuisine (provençale) de ma mère by Michèle Torr 2005: la Couleur des mots (autobiography)
Article Title : Gordes
Article Snippet :wares. These typically include food, clothing, instruments, Provençale dishes, decorations, and handicrafts. Additionally, the village has two bakeries
Article Title : Wine bottle
Article Snippet :Alsace: (a flute) A bottle from Provence: (a flute with corset, or flute provençale, or flute quille) A bottle from Jura (a jurassienne) A bottle of yellow
Article Title : Le carnaval de Venise
Article Snippet :provençal folk melodies. Darius Milhaud used one of them in his Suite provençale (1936). According to a note in the libretto, they are "two groups of opponents
Article Title : SS Champollion
Article Snippet :tween deck. The luxurious decoration of this boat refers to Egypt and to Jean-François Champollion, very popular decorations after the discovery of Tutankhamun's
Article Title : Hayreddin Barbarossa
Article Snippet :Faucherre, Nicolas. "Louis XII, François Ier et la défense des côtes provençales."[permanent dead link] Bulletin Monumental 151, no. 1 (1993): 293–301
Article Title : The Art of Cookery Made Plain and Easy
Article Snippet :ISBN 978-1905211852. Glasse, 1758. Page v Glasse, 1758. Page 85 "Daube de boeuf provençale, la recette". Saveurs Croisees. Archived from the original on 19 March
Article Title : Tartonne
Article Snippet :(1re édition 1950), p 268 Bénédicte Fénié, Jean-Jacques Fénié, Toponymie provençale, Éditions Sud-Ouest, 2002 (réédition), ISBN 978-2-87901-442-5, p. 25 Sindou

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