Pont-en-Royans is a small village situated on the Bourne river in the Rhone-Alps region of southeast France. The most noteworthy part of this small village is the 16th-century medieval houses hanging on a cliff. The pastel color of the houses also contributes to the picturesque view.
The Museum of Water in Pont-en-Royans exhibits more than 1000 bottles of water from around the world.
As the scenic photographs also indicate, water holds a central place for Pont-en-Royans. There is even an unusual museum of water that explains topics like the cycle of water, water pollution, etc. However, the most interesting part of the museum is the water bank where there are more than 1000 bottles of water from around the world.