The old graveyard is situated at the crossing of rue Lamartine and chemin des Caveaux. It has been closed in 1880. 

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Discover the old wash place from the 19th century. A nice walk or bike ride.

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The castel near the Church.

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The "Barbacane"'s was a door and a drawbridge from the ancient fortified village in the VIIIth century.

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The ancient marble Quarry Quarrymen extracted marble stones.   Ancient millstones quarry : Near the St Pancrace Chapel, millstones prints can be seen at the ancient quarry, notched on the floor with cylindrical cuts on the rock. The stones were used to make wheels for grinding wheat and regional oil.  

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The clock tower is the old gate of fortified village at the 13th century.

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"Les capitelles" (dried stone sheds) were shelters for quarrymen. Three "capitelles" still remain in very good condition above the "Valentine", after the second "lavoir".

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 Saint Jean fortified church: The existence on the coast of the territory named La Palme is certified by the letters of "Louis le Débonnaire" to the Abbay from Lagrasse, confirming the donation already given by Charlemagne (around the 814AD).

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Le village de pêcheur disparu de Glabanel, existait au moyen-âge, à la même époque que le village qui entourait la Chapelle Saint Pancrace, et bien sûr, de l’actuel village autour de l’église Saint Jean. il est facile de retrouver dans la garrigue bon nombres de vestiges de ce village disparu.

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La petite chapelle dédiée à Saint-Pancrace se dresse entre vignes et garrigues dans un beau site des Corbières Maritimes, à 2 kms du village de La Palme ; et à proximité de l’antique voie Domitienne. Des visites guidées sont organisées.

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The watermill « Peïsseiro » or in occitan « Pacheiro ».

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