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Saint-Tropez (Sant Tropetz in Occitan) is a commune in the Var department in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region in southeastern France.
It is located on the French Riviera. It is known today for its famous and extremely wealthy guests during summer. It has been dubbed as the 'playground to jetsetters, models and millionaires.' its history with the iconic Brigitte Bardot, and its role in the liberation of Southern France in World War II.
The town’s name derives from that of an early, semi-legendary martyr named Saint Torpes. His legend states that he was beheaded at Pisa during the reign of Nero, and that his body was placed in a rotten boat with a rooster and a dog. The body landed at the present-day location of the town.
St-Tropez and its surrounds were dominated by the nearby Saracen settlement of Fraxinet in the ninth and tenth centuries.
The captain [REFERENCE UNCLEAR] had the privilege of raising a standing army, which drove away a fleet of Spanish galleons in 1637. Les Bravades des Espagnols is a local religious and military celebration commemorating this victory of the Tropezian militia over the Spanish.
The area was not taxed or levied by the French government during this time. However, this privilege was abrogated by King Louis XIV, who reasserted French control over the city.
The mission of the Japanese samurai Hasekura Tsunenaga, en route to Rome, visited Saint-Tropez in September 1615, in what is known as the first instance of Franco-Japanese relations.
The father of Pierre André de Suffren de Saint Tropez was marquis de Saint-Tropez.
In the 1920s Saint-Tropez attracted international stars from the world of fashion.
During World War II, on August 15, 1944, it was the central site of a beach landing in Operation Dragoon, the Allied invasion of southern France. After the war it became the French existentialists' summer retreat.
But it was in the 1950s — partly thanks to Brigitte Bardot — that Saint-Tropez received international recognition and exposure through such films as Et Dieu... créa la femme.
In the 1960s and the 1970s, the film series Le gendarme de Saint-Tropez with Louis de Funès further contributed to the town's notoriety.
Balkon / Terasse Fläche: (in qm) 12.00
Anzahl Balkon / Terassen: 1.00
Anzahl Badezimmer: 1.00
Anzahl Schlafzimmer: 1.00
Anzahl Zimmer: 2.00
Nutzfläche: (in qm) 12.00
Wohnfläche: (in qm) 43.00
Aussencourtage: 3,57% incl. MwSt.