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Welcome to France! Explore French arts & culture, cuisine, history, language, literature, monuments, museums, shopping, sightseeing, wines, etc. Dozens of topics, chapters on Paris, 21 provinces, overseas territories, former French colonies; plus feature articles, daily news, calendar of events, and more. Discounts on your favorite French books, music CDs, videos, fine art, and gourmet foods. Online hotel reservations, airline tickets, car rentals, rail passes, travel accessories.
 

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   Directory of Paris Flea Markets, Antique Dealers Preview Go
Treasure seekers and bargain hunters alike should explore the flea markets of Paris, including St-Ouen (the world's largest, at 17 acres and 200,000 visitors weekly), Beauvau, Montreuil, and Vanves.
   France's Natural Resources Preview 1 review(s) — Go
Although diverse, France’s natural resources are relatively limited in quantity. France has some coal, iron ores, bauxite, and uranium; petroleum is almost nonexistent, natural gas nearly exhausted...
   Children & Families Traveling In France Preview Go
Should you bring your children on a vacation to France? It is, quite possibly, the most memorable experience you could give them! Tips on planning your trip, kid-friendly destinations and activities.


   Adzak Museum - Musee Atelier Adzak, Paris, France Preview Go
The Musee-Atelier Adzak (3, rue Jonquoy, 75014 Paris) is a little-known contemporary art museum and work space in Paris, founded by British sculptor, painter, and photographer Roy Adzak (1927-1987).
   Provence - Traces of Roman Civilization Preview Go
Explore the many vestiges of Roman civilization still evident throughout Provence, including several amphitheaters, triumphal arches, ancient roads, and the famous aquaduct, the Pont du Gard.






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