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Vignobles en bord de Loire

Loire Wines

The history of the wines of the Loire Valley ... It was the Romans who brought the first vines in the region over two thousand years ago. It is in the fourth century that the vines spread under the...
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Marseille

La cité phocéenne L’histoire de Marseille retrace les 2600 ans de la cité depuis sa fondation par les Phocéens. Bien que site occupé dans les temps préhistoriques comme en témoigne la grotte...
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Le Lido

Le Lido Located 78 avenue des Champs-Elysées, the Lido before the Second World War is a place of entertainment and swimming privileged social classes. The decor is inspired by Venice and its famous Lido...
Le Mont-Blanc

Mont-Blanc

Mont Blanc Mont Blanc is the highest peak in the Alps mountain range. With an altitude of 4 810.02 meters, it is the highest mountain in Western Europe and the sixth summit on the continental level of the...
Roquefort : fromage français

Roquefort

Character, you either have it or you don't! Roquefort, was born with. When you come from a region of stunning beauty, where the sheep are bleating, and where producers have an unyielding passion. With such...
Bulles de Champagne

Enjoy bubbles

Until the Middle Ages, in the countries of Christendom, it was the religious who worked in the vineyards: the wine was consecrated and drunk only during the mass. The meeting of different cultures, countries...
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Le Cassoulet

Le  Cassoulet The origin of cassoulet dates back to the medieval period. This is called stew, meat dish with sauce simmering long before the fire. A great work of kitchen marked the fourteenth century,...
Le Moulin Rouge

Le Moulin Rouge

The Moulin Rouge 'La Belle Epoque' was a period in history of peace and optimism marked by industrial progress and a particularly rich cultural expansion. World Fairs of 1889 (the centennial celebration of...
Les Cévennes

The Cevennes

The Cevennes The Cevennes (mountain range) National Park  is a French national park created September 2, 1970, covering the natural Cevennes region, located mainly in the departments of Lozère, Gard and...
Munster

Munster

Munster is a soft cheese with a washed rind that dates back to the seventh century, when the monks of the monasteries began to manufacture it. At the time, it was used as a way to preserve milk. In the...