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France: Bread and bonding by Pascal AVENET

After spending several years abroad as a French teacher, then cycling around Latin America, Gaëtan Raguin became a baker. He makes his sourdough bread once a week using local organic flours and bakes it over a wood fire in a collective bakery. He ...

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1621-2021: Jean de la Fontaine by Bertrand RIEGER

This year we celebrate the 400th anniversary of the birth of the poet Jean de la Fontaine, the author of the fables that made him famous and that, even today, are considered one of the greatest masterpieces of French literature. Inspired by Aesop, ...

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Corsica : Domaine de Murtoli, the wild luxury by Camille MOIRENCby Camille MOIRENC

In South Corsica, halfway between Sartene and Bonifacio, nestles a small paradise: the Domaine de Murtoli. 2500 hectares, 8 km of coastline, a long sandy beach, about twenty sheepfolds with private pools, a spa, a golf course, a farm, restaurants... ...

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France: ViaRhona, an exceptional bicycle route by Christian MARTELET

An exceptional bicycle route, the ViaRhôna is a greenway that connects Lake Geneva to the Mediterranean Sea for about 800 km. Accessible to all, this route along the Rhone is particularly suitable for children and families since it is safe and the ...

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A tour of France by bike

There is no doubt that cycling is a trend: there are plenty of bike rides and hikes in France. Greenways, small hidden roads, towpaths or wine routes allow, at a more leisurely pace, to appreciate landscapes, villages, monuments and castles, ...

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France: From Roscoff to Dunkirk by bike by Emmanuel BERTHIER

The French part of the Euro Vélo 4 is now arranged. The itinerary stretches from Dunkirk to Roscoff over 1400 kilometres of a coastal route designed to satisfy the hikers' desire for escape and thirst for culture, without forgetting to flatter their ...

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Favorites, May 2021

Arrêt sur images : une sélection des dernières productions des photographes d'Hemis.

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Mangroves: Precious forests of the sea

It is estimated that 150,000 km2 of the planet's coasts and estuaries are covered by mangroves. Between land and sea, this vital and complex ecosystem is home to many animal and plant species: mangroves, flowering plants, algae, fish, crabs, birds, ...

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France : Auvergne, on the ancestral lands of the Bourbons by Bertrand RIEGER

In the bocage of the Allier, a few tens castles have kept the memory of the former duchy of the Bourbons, a powerful state established between the 13th and 16th centuries which covered almost the entire Auvergne. Through matrimonial alliances, eight ...

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L'Or Blanc by Patrick AVENTURIER

La culture du sel remonte à l'Antiquité. A Aigues-Mortes Jules César, le premier, organise la production de sel de mer à grande échelle. Puis tout au long des siècles, monarques et religieux se partagent les bénéfices de cette exploitation. Avec le ...

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France : Vichy Art Déco par Bertrand RIEGER

Qu'ils soient Belle Époque, Second Empire ou Art nouveau, différents styles architecturaux se côtoient à Vichy, mais c'est l'Art Déco qui se taille la part belle. L'église Notre-Dame-des-Malades, le lycée des Célestins, la Poste, la Maison des ...

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France: Villeurbanne, French Capital of Culture 2021

For the first time, the Ministry of Culture has awarded the label of French Capital of Culture to Villeurbanne, a suburb of Lyon. This announcement is accompanied by funding of one million euros which should help artistic creation and develop public ...

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