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Eze Photo Gallery

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    1/17. Aerial view of Eze village perched above the Mediterranean

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    2/17. The beautifully artistic village map at the entrance to Eze village

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    3/17. Eze village with Cap Ferrat and the Raid de Villefranche beyond

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    4/17. Eze village, closer, with Cap Ferrat in the distance

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    5/17. Eze village perched on the east side of its hillside rock

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    6/17. The houses and church of the perched village of Eze

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    7/17. Eze village rooftops seen from the Jardins d'Eze just above

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    8/17. Cobblestone stepped street leading into Eze village

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    9/17. Place de la Fontaine up in the center of Eze village

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    10/17. Ivy and floral wall covering in Medieval Eze village

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    11/17. Eze village shops along one of the many narrow little streets

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    12/17. Nice shops but a lot of steps in the old village of Eze

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    13/17. The 18th-century Notre Dame de l'Assomption church in Eze village

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    14/17. The spice and herb market at the entrance to the old Eze village has been here from 1996 to 2017 (that we know of)

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    15/17. The Jardin Exotique are perched above the perched village of Eze, with lots of steps

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    16/17. The Gardens of Eze sitting above the village have a fabulous view of the Mediterranean coast

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    17/17. The Eze train station at the bottom of the hill, with a train headed for Nice and Marseille

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