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Tweet   Names of towns are usually associated with legends, history and the geography of the area. The history of Villefranche-sur-Mer has been known since 1295, when the Count of Provence, Charles of Anjou, established the town as a “free …

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Tweet   The Cote d’Azur on the south east coast of France is one of the most attractive destinations for travelers and a favorite place of sun worshipers. There is no debilitating heat; even at temperatures above 30C it always …

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Tweet   “What azure!” – That was what French writer Stephen Liegeard expressed when he first set sight on the beauty of the bay of Hyères. In 1887 he published his book called “La Cote d’azur“, and since then the …

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Tweet   Most of the surviving historical heritage buildings through the centuries of human history have been religious, ancient abbeys in mountains, cathedrals in towns, citadels, castles, palaces and of course quite a few aristocratic mansions of the ruling classes, …

My car travels to Europe (day 7). Andorra – France

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Tweet   After spending the night in El Pas de la Casa on the border with France located at an altitude of 2408 meters above sea level, we got up at about 7 am only to find that the town …