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Marseille Travel Guide By Top Deals Hotel
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Marseille is the star of European culture in 2013, being elected the European Capital of Culture. Because the whole region of Provence is truly impressive, Marseille's cultural status is reflected on... More > all major cities in Provence. Being the second largest city in France, Marseille has a lot to give to those who decide to visit. Marseille knows how to tell a story, so you just need to learn how to listen. To help you find its mysteries, the Top Deals Hotel team made a comprehensive guide of the city, in which you will find all the details you need for a pleasant stay that will make you enjoy good memories and new knowledge. Learn what's new this year by reading the chapter dedicated to Marseille-Provence 2013 events. You will find which new museums will be open this year, what interesting exhibitions are worth your visit and what events are taking place both in Marseille and Provence region. Marseille is an amazing city regardless of the period you decide to visit, but 2013 will be truly spectacular.< Less
The “People Power” Travel Superbook: Book 16. France Travel Guide By Tony Kelbrat
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France is considered by some to be the most international and cultural country in the world. It is the most visited country on the planet with over 75 million visitors per year. The population is... More > about 65 million. The climate is temperate in the north and warm in the south. The country is made up of 22 regions that are grouped into seven larger areas: Ile De France (The Area Surrounding Paris) Northern France (Includes Nord-Pas De Calais And Picardie) Northeast France (Includes Alsace, Lorraine, And Champagne-Ardenne) Great West (Includes Brittany, Basse-Normandie, And Pays De La Loire) Central France (Includes Centre-Val De Loire, Poitou-Charentes, Burgundy, Limousin, And The Auvergne) Southwestern France (Includes Aquitaine And Midi-Pyrenees) Southeastern France (Includes Rhône-Alpes, Languedoc-Roussillon, Provence-Alpes-Côte D'azur And The Island Of Corsica) Try #914.4 at the library for books about France.< Less

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