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Gap intro. The ancient Provencal Haute d'Alpes city of Gap was first settled 2,000 years ago, and has a chequered history of changing loyalties and total devastation during the French Wars of Religion due to its location on the high pass crossroads between the Rhine Valley and Italy. A Roman military camp in 14 BC, and archbishopric by the 5th century AD, the town was a major trading post for leather and wool in the Middle Ages. Charence Castle is its main landmark, set in a landscaped park holding a lake, waterfalls and shaded walking trails. The city has an enviable record of 300 sunny days a year. More than a dozen Gap hotels provide accommodation for year-round visitors to the picturesque town with its medieval buildings and winding streets. Set on National Route 85 at 745m above sea level, on the banks of the River Luye, the glory of the city is its magnificent Cathedral de Notre-Dame et Saint Amoux, a gleaming white neo-Gothic construction built in the late 19th century on the site of its medieval predecessor.