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  • Accueil entreprises
    d accès à la Commande Publique l égalité de traitement des candidats la transparence des procédures Ces principes permettent d assurer l efficacité de la commande publique et le bon usage des deniers publics Le respect de ces principes se traduit lors de la phase de préparation puis de passation des marchés publics et accords cadres par l existence d exigences particulières communément appelées obligations spécifiques Le Code des marchés

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    de ses procédures Achat des clauses sociales économiques ou environnementales En fournitures et services En dessous de 15 000 HT mise en concurrence simplifiée sous la forme de devis De 15 000 HT à 206 999 99 HT Procédure adaptée avec publicité et mise en concurrence A partir de 207 000 HT Procédure formalisée Appel d offres ouvert restreint procédure négociée dialogue compétitif concours En travaux En dessous de 15

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  • Accueil entreprises
    fondamentaux que sont La liberté d accès à la Commande Publique l égalité de traitement des candidats la transparence des procédures Ces principes permettent d assurer l efficacité de la commande publique et le bon usage des deniers publics Le respect de ces principes se traduit lors de la phase de préparation puis de passation des marchés publics et accords cadres par l existence d exigences particulières communément appelées obligations

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    main elements of the prehistory in Avignon in particular the two graves discovered in the city in1965 and in 1974 in which the tissue and the use of the red ochre permit to tell that they belong to IVith millenium before our era It conserves as well important furniture flints and tools from the Chassean period 3000 years BC also an important collection ofAnthropomorphic steles Tombstone of the Rocher des Doms Calvet museum Discovered on the Rocher des Doms in 1961 it is a part of what is called the Provençal group with 30 samples known until now These Anthropomorphic steles represent a dead person or the death in general belong the Megalithic current which came to its best during the Chalcolithic era On the other hand the absence of the solar sign on it made the discovered stele as the first witness of the Avignonese art which is unique An ancient tow The city went through the ages After it had been a Celto Ligurian capital a Phocaean colony it had its own money with its name on it AOYE then it became a romanesque city The antic Avenio used to cover a surface of 46 hectares the exhumed

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  • Bienvenue à la mairie d'Avignon
    traffic It became very rich and edified the bridge on the river as well as the Cathedral It became powerful surrounded with double ramparts while the solid mansions became more and more present in town As it was allied to Toulouse the city was occupied by the king of France Louis VIII in 1226 at the departure of the Albigois Crusade Avignon loses with this its independence that took the city long time to emerge from this disaster A beautiful and strong city with 7 churches with a Palace the hospitaliers and the templars knights bases several convents and a university 1303 that was Avignon at the beginning of the XIVth century The Saint Bénezet bridge According to the legend the well known bridge of Avignon was edified by a young shepherd Bénezet upon a divine order Achieved in 1185 it was the main path on the Rhone between Lyon and the sea Destroyed in 1226 rebuilt several times afterwards today it is only ruins with 4 arches and a chapel listed in world patrimony it is the origin of the children famous song known sur le pont d Avignon The Domes This cathedral is the only complete romanesque type

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  • Bienvenue à la mairie d'Avignon
    the Popes Palace was rising meanwhile the Cardinals Palace was under construction the Gothic style was dominating the romanesque style in the churches With the new style new schools were emerging as well as hospitals and religious institutions In 1355 started the construction of the ramparts to protect the city from all sorts of attacks with their perimeter of 4 3 km today entirely conserved Avignon was the second important city in France after Paris Now a days the heritage of that period gives today the largest and the most beautiful ensemble of Gothic art in Europe The Popes Palace The palace was the siege of the pontifical government as well as the home of the Pope it was edified in two different stages The ancient part was austere it was built between 1334 and 1342 by Benoit XII the latter part edified and decorated between1342 and 1352 by his successor Clément VI Avignon still conserves a beautiful series of wall frescos dated from the XIVth cent The most important and the most precious one is in the Popes Palace the rest could be seen in the museum Le Petit Palais and the Church St Didier and the Ceccano mansion

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  • Bienvenue à la mairie d'Avignon
    in Avignon is rather flamboyant gothic style than antic influence style The whole urban form of the city changes in the XVIIth cent Thanks to very talented architects such as Martelange Royers de la valfenières orMignard whose initiatives covered the city with splendid baroque monuments and buildings The French national appeal Avignon was already looking towards Paris During the XVIII the French style was there transmitted with architect dynasties as Franque or Péru The mansions were systematically built with a court and a garden this tradition went on until 1791 when the city voted its preference for France this vote was the first application of the latest law concerning the right of people to decide their own destiny Le Petit Palais Museum First Cardinalice palace then the Archbishops residence The present architecture of the petit palais is due the Archbishop legate of Avignon Julien de la Rovere who made it built between 1481 and 1495 Now a days it is a remarkable medieval art museum Italian paintings from the XIIIth to XVIth century roman and gothic Avignonese sculpture and paintings from Avignon school of art XIVth XVIth c Saint Pierre church The flamboyant façade was built during the first quarter

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    regional capital Outside the walls the modern districts with new infrastructure started to rise meanwhile the city center was under a important campaign of restoration of monuments which brought them to take a part of the economic or social activity of the town such as in the university library museums etc The urbanism during the XIXth cent The construction of the main axis la République street took place in the middle of the XIXth cent To link directly the new train station to the center town So that was the motor of the economic boom which imposed new openings in the ramparts the construction of the central public market to establish new streets surrounded with pretty buildings and beautiful mansions Dated from that period as well the synagogue and the Hautpoul quarter now a days a government administrative quarter Since 1447 the ancient mansion of the cardinal bishop d Albano was transformed to a common house it is on this site where the new city hall was edified inaugurated in 1852 by the Prince Louis Napoléon who was the head of the state There it was conserved the statue of a couple on which we call now a days the

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