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The Vieux port, Marseille, from the sophisticated to the sublime. From restaurants that spill onto the esplanade, quirky shops and places to entice you to part with your Euros to fishermen selling fresh seafood on the quayside and the fabulous Miroir Ombriere, mirrored shade designed by Norman Foster.


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Aix-en-Provence, escapade dans la ville aux mille fontaines

A few miles from Marseilles coastline. the charms of Aix-en-Provence are available indefinitely. In its narrow streets lined with mansions, only the splashing fountains disturb the good life in Provence. © Claudia Meyer

The archangel renovated: Mont-Saint-Michel: the renovated French masterpiece - In March 2016, the archangel Gabriel finds its place at the top of Mont Saint-Michel after being completely gilded. The high-risk operation is estimated to have cost around EUR 450 000. © BOCCON-GIBOD / SIPA

Les Coulisses, 19 Passage des Panoramas, Paris,


Valmeinier Ski away from the crowd: Labelled "club resort", "Grand domaine" and "fresh snow", Valmeinier is a charming resort located on the southern slope of the Maurienne. Connected to the ski area Galibier-Thabor, its 150 km of ski slopes, the snow park, ice rink or snowshoe routes are the delight of winter sports fans. © YAM PHOTO

Ile Saint-Denis. In the image, the indoor stadium of Saint-Ouen. Mooring point of a former port created between Paris and Le Havre, the island Saint-Denis suffered in the terrible flood in 1910 , following which the level of the soil was increased. It is a common and housed during the Second World War, the "divers of the Seine" then responsible for restoring water and road communications. © Peter The Great, 2016

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La Roque-Gageac

La Roque Gageac, Dordogne