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Best Places to visit in France

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Rated 2 points - posted 10 years ago by Seraphina in category Travel.
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Jim Morrison's grave Report Abuse
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BEST PLACE TO VIST IN PARIS
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Nimes Report Abuse
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witsun festval is fantastic
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La rochelle Report Abuse
One of the coolest town in France, la rochelle was the first place to implement green transport, it is also near the sea and has got fantastic sea-food restaurants
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Nausicaa - France's National 'Sea World' Aquarium Report Abuse
Nausicaa, France's National Aquarium, is one of the most popular tourist sites in Northern France. It has huge aquariums of 5,000 square meters containing 4.5 million liters of water and over 35,000 marine, freshwater and land animals. It also houses the 'Library of the Sea', one of France’s richest resources about the sea with 4000 books, 100 magazines, 15000 slides, 270 documentary films and 95 CD-ROMs. Every day there are special events about different aspects of the marine environment. For good reason Nausicaa is called the French ‘seaworld’ experience.
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I've been there - great place. So convenient for the Brits to get to!
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Paris Report Abuse
It is impossible to go to France without spending some time in the capital, careful planning is required to make sure that you will see all what you want to see and do
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Versailles Report Abuse
Le chateau, since it has been restaured is as magnificient as it was under Louis XIV as superb example of Baroque art
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Colmar Report Abuse
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amazing roman aqueduct
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Arles Report Abuse
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les onze Report Abuse
the biggest town in frans with the best resturonts
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Chartres Report Abuse
Notre Dame of Chartres, a remarkably preserved Gothic-style cathedral, dates from the late 12th century, it is not only a Cathedral it is also a rather nice provincial town with all its French quintessence
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