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Mons is a small commune situated in the var province of southern-eastern France, located on the Spur Mountain. This exceptional tourist destination has made a name for itself because of its delectable food, nature spots, tradition culture, hiking sites , religious festivals, rock climbing activities, luxurious holidays homes or villas, restaurants, etc. It is a city of utter joy and happiness.

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History

Mons is situated at an altitude of 814 meters. It encompasses a wide territory of 80 km square, raging 214 meters at the merging of Siagnole and siagne rivers, to 1715 meters at the top of Mont-Lachen.

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Population

Population of this small town according to a census report given in the year 2006 is 859. And, 11 km square is its population density.

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Climate

The climate of Mons can be classified as warm and temperate. It receives significant amount of rainfall throughout the whole year. The average temperature of this beautiful tourist spot is 10.2 C and average rainfall is 78mm. Precipitation is highest in the May of May (59mm) and least in the month of April (44mm). This city attains its maximum temperature in July and minimum in January. For more details about the climate follow this link Climate

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American

Twenty Buns
Twenty Buns

Rue de la Clef 18, Mons 7000, Belgium

+32 65 36 32 22

http://www.twentybuns.be/

Belgian

L'Envers
L'Envers

Rue de la Coupe 20, Mons 7000, Belgium

+32 65 35 45 10

http://www.lenvers-mons.be/

American

MoMA Coffee Mons
MoMA Coffee Mons

Rue de la Coupe 10, Mons 7000, Belgium

+32 65 36 47 78

http://www.momacoffee.be/

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