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HEMIS_3834718 - France, Isère (38), Parc régional du Vercors, Corrençon, randonnée (trek) en famille sur le GR91 de la Grande Traversée du Vercors, avec nuit sous tente et en refuge - BRUSINI Aurélien / hemis.fr

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France: Lighthouses of the Brittany coast by Benoit STICHELBAUT

Do we know that the Brittany coasts have the highest concentration of lighthouses in the world? If the French coasts have 148 lighthouses, a third of them are located in Brittany. Each of these lighthouses reminds us that men have fought against the ...

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France: 150 years since the death of Alexandre Dumas

In December 2020 we will celebrate the 150th anniversary of the death of Alexandre DUMAS. Born on July 24, 1802 in Villers-Cotterêts and died on December 5, 1870 in the hamlet of Puys, Dumas signed the main masterpieces of the French historical ...

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Made in Bangladesh by Pascal MANNAERTS

Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh, is home to one of the most polluted places in the world: Hazaribagh. For good reason, 95% of Bangladesh's tanneries are located in this neighborhood and its surroundings. Every day, thousands of liters of highly ...

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France: The truffle, the black gold rush

The black truffle season takes place every year from November to February but it is in December and January that they are the most fragrant In France, the tuber melanosporum is mainly harvested in the south-west but there are other origins. This ...

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Italy: Sicily without tourist, from Taormina and Syracuse to the Aeolian Islands by Guillaume SOULARUE

A medieval town perched on a rock, Taormina remains a trendy resort with many historic villas and romantic hotels, real balconies overlooking the Mediterranean. Along the Corso Umberto, one can sail between Greek, Roman, Byzantine, Arab influences ...

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France county: Pays de la Loire

Ocean gateway to the longest river in France, the Pays de la Loire region is also a land of heritage and culture. Nature reserves, castles, vineyards and historic towns seem to offer a faithful compendium of France.
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France county: Hauts de France

Its authenticity and its legendary welcome make the Hauts-de-France region an endearing land with a surprising variety of landscapes and heritage. Flavours, fauna, culture and nature are all here.
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France county: Bourgogne Franche Comté

Its vineyards, mountains, lakes and forests make up spectacular landscapes. Its historical heritage and cultural wealth make Burgundy Franche Comté an authentic discovery for those who travel through it.
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Favorites, October 2020

Stop on Images : a selection of the latest productions by Hemis photographers.

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France : Vertiges cathares by Arnaud SPANI

Between the Pyrenees and Corbières stretches the Cathar country. Castles sprouting from the rock, citadels clinging to the sky, medieval cities, abbeys nestled in natural settings mark out an authentic journey through time and space. Our ...

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France : Alsace seen from the sky by Tristan VUANO

Seen from the sky, Alsace is even more beautiful! From paths in alleys and river routes to grassy paths or snow-covered valleys, this region is an invitation to discovery and wonder. Endowed with an exceptionally rich heritage, varied and preserved ...

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The most beautiful French Departmental Roads by Hervé TARDY

Who has never dreamed of one day taking to the road, of taking these paths that wind through fields, gradually revealing surprising landscapes? From the Wonder Trail to the White Road, from the Sacred Way to the Salt Marshes Road, via the Pilgrim's ...

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