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  • St Benezet's Bridge

    St Benezet's Bridge
    I don't know if foreigners have ever heard of it, but in France, everybody learns in primary school the song "Sous le Pont d"Avignon, on y danse, on y danse" (on the bridge of Avignon, one dances round and round...)
  • Avignon’s TGV Station

    Avignon’s TGV Station
    French people are very proud of the French high speed train, the TGV.
  • Côte Sauvage (Ronce Les Bains)

    Côte Sauvage (Ronce Les Bains)
    One of the most beautiful, authentic and preserved beach in France. A huge wilderness, close to Royan, in the south west of France, (Charente-Maritime), with fine sand and big waves ...
  • Bambouseraie de Prafrance

    Bambouseraie de Prafrance
    Bambouseraie of Prafrance is a very beautiful park, in the south of France, is located 11km south-east of Alès and 2km north of Anduze. A large park with an area of 34 hectares, as its name suggests it is mainly bamboo of planted ,with all sort of bamboo, but there is a lot of different vegetables like pubescens trees ,Ginkgo Biloba (a fantastic tree), a bonsaî garden, a Japanese garden, a Lao Village, a Bamboo labyrinth etc...
  • Kiting and paragliding @ Mont Ventoux

    Kiting and paragliding @ Mont Ventoux
    At the beginning of October, I gathered with my parents and my brother and sister to celebrate my parents' 50 years... On the Saturday we went up the Mont Ventoux, a 1912 meters high summit in the South East of France, to play a bit with the kite and take a lesson of... Paragliding!
  • Marseille's Seaside

    Marseille's Seaside
    I'm more a mountain boy than a seaside guy, I mean I like chilling on the beach, but I get bored after a few hours (not to say minutes)... But this seaside is different... First of all, apart for the artificial people-filled sand beaches near the town center, you will hardly find some sand around Marseilles but only limestone carved and sometimes even polished by the sea and the wind. And that's what makes it great to my eyes, the wildness of this rocky landscape diving directly into the green-blue sea, of the mistral wind which is quite always blowing in this place, and of the wave breaking on the rocks.
  • Fish-market of Marseille

    Fish-market of Marseille
    40% of the fishes eaten by the French are farm fishes. When you'll go to Marseille, don't miss the traditional fish market that stands everyday on the Old Port (Le Vieux Port), on Belgian platform (Quai des Belges). The old fish-market (La Criée) has become the National Theater of the town. So, every morning, the fish-market takes place. The fishermen sell their fish on their own. They wake up very early, take fish (or not) from their nets, and go back to the harbor. Fresh, fresh fish! "Il est frais, il est frais mon poisson!" shouts the fishmonger.
  • Abandoned French Railways Repair Shops

    Abandoned French Railways Repair Shops
    In Arles, there is a wonderful place you can visit only in summertime : It’s the ancient repair shop of the French railway (SNCF). This place is abandoned since 1984, except in summer, when the R.I.P.(Rencontres Internationales de la Photographie) take place here : half of the photo exhibitions takes place in the enormous area (14 hectares).
  • Golgotha - Marseille - France

    Golgotha - Marseille - France
    Five years ago I was working in an associative radio in Marseille, based in La Friche - Belle de Mai ("":
  • Mont Sainte Victoire

    Mont Sainte Victoire
    Mont Sainte Victoire is a symbol of Provence, like the Mont Ventoux and the Sainte Baume massif. Situated 20 kms east from Aix-en-Provence, it is the major landmark of the Aix area. It extends on 18 kms length and 5 kms broad, and reaches an altitude of 1011 m at Pic des Mouches.
  • Vallon des Auffes (Marseille)

    Vallon des Auffes (Marseille)
    The « Vallon des Auffes » is a tiny harbour located on the seaside of Marseille, about 20 minutes walk east from the more famous Vieux Port. It is a very picturesque place, with little fishermen houses, traditional fishing boats, and famous seafood restaurants.
  • Island of If

    Island of If
    One of the best known islands in the whole world - the island of If. I could not find the story about the island, why is it called like that - If. But one thing I know for sure is that this island is famous because of the Count of Monte Cristo. As you can remember the story of Alexandre Dumas, this Count was jailed there and the whole story is about how he tries to escape from this small island, where only the building of jail is located. I do not remember the exact amount of time, but I guess that he escaped only after several years (maybe 7 or 13) by digging the whole in the wall with the spoon.
  • Lomography chez OOGIE LIFESTORE à Marseille

    Lomography chez OOGIE LIFESTORE à Marseille
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    Oogie est un lieu qui ne supporte ni les classifications, ni les œillères, revendiquant sa différence vis-à-vis des grandes surfaces culturelles impersonnelles et du choix réduit des boutiques “branchées” monomaniaques : sur tous les plans Oogie cultive sa singularité. Une proposition commerciale qui s’est imposé comme une référence pour plonger dans le grand bain des tendances, pour offrir à ses clients une remise à niveau mode, accessoires, culture et loisirs !
  • Sogno d’Africa: lo ZooSafari di Peaugres ed una Pentax

    Sogno d’Africa: lo ZooSafari di Peaugres ed una Pentax
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    Pochi giorni prima di Ferragosto io, Violetz ed alcuni amici abbiamo deciso di assaporare un po' d'Africa, facendo una gita lomografica a Peaugres (Francia). Là si trova un simpatico zoosafari... Ma cos'è lo zoosafari?!? Proseguite e lo scoprirete!
  • De winterkou trotseren: Een sneeuwwandeling in de Franse Vercors

    De winterkou trotseren: Een sneeuwwandeling in de Franse Vercors
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    Er lag maar weinig sneeuw in Grenoble, dus toen we een wandeling gingen maken leken sneeuwschoenen ons een overbodige luxe. Wisten wij veel dat we een paar uur later, op de top van de Vercors, een flinke laag sneeuw zouden treffen!
  • Die Calanques von Marseille: Sugiton und Marseilleveyre

    Die Calanques von Marseille: Sugiton und Marseilleveyre
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    Ich glaube, genauso müssen sich die großen Entdecker damals gefühlt haben, wenn sie einen Ort gefunden haben, den sonst noch keiner kannte. Ein Mädchen aus der Stadt, das aus einer flachen Gegend kommt - voller Gebäude. Niemand hätte gedacht, dass es mich je hierhin verschlagen würde - in mehr als einer Hinsicht!
  • Aigues Mortes oder Tote Wasser sind rot!

    Aigues Mortes oder Tote Wasser sind rot!
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    Aigues Mortes, ein 6000 Seelen Örtchen in der Camargue, die ja gemeinhin für ihre Pferdezucht bekannt ist. Da ich aber eh die Wendy - Hefte im Abo habe, konnte ich mir den Besuch der Ställe sparen und gleich in die Stadt vordringen. Eine gute Entscheidung!
  • Cité Radieuse

    Cité Radieuse
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    Die Cité Radieuse in Marseille, designt von Le Corbusier, einem der tollsten Architekten aller Zeiten. Jeder kann jederzeit diesen Ort besuchen. Es gibt einen sehr guten Panoramaausblick von der Terasse aus. Du kannst nicht mehr aufhören zu fotografieren, wenn du dort bist.
  • OOGIE LIFESTORE (Marseille, Frankreich)

    OOGIE LIFESTORE (Marseille, Frankreich)
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    Inspiriert von der Welle der Konzept-Läden ist der "lifestore" ("store life" für die kleinen und großen Bedürfnisse) ein einzigartiger Ort umringt vom lokalen Handel. In dieser Mischung aus Brauerei, Shop, Galerie, Bibliothek und Friseurladen ist einfach für jeden etwas dabei! Wir haben einen der Mitarbeiter interviewt, also lest weiter, wenn ihr neugierig geworden seid!
  • Dinge, die man in Avignon machen kann

    Dinge, die man in Avignon machen kann
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    Ich habe ein halbes Jahr in Avignon, in Südfrankreich, gelebt, um dort zur Uni zu gehen. Ich habe während dieser Zeit recht viel unternommen und würde euch gerne meine Tipps zu Avignon in diesem Artikel vorstellen. Falls ihr jemals in der Provence sein solltet und ein bisschen Zeit habt - Avignon ist definitiv einen Tagesausflug wert.

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