☼ Other Landmarks of France ☼
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Côte d'Azur The most fashionable stretch of coastline in France,
the Côte d'Azur extends from Saint-Tropez to Menton near the border with Italy.
Côte d'Azur translates to "Coast of Blue,"
a fitting name to describe the Mediterranean's mesmerizing cerulean waters.
Mont Saint-Michel This "Pyramid of the Seas" is a mystical sight,
perched 80 meters above the bay and surrounded by imposing
defensive walls and bastions.
Loire Valley Châteaux Traveling through the Loire Valley feels like turning
the pages of a children's storybook. Throughout the enchanting countryside of woodlands
and river valleys are fairy-tale castles
Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Chartres The Chartres Cathedral is renowned for its marvelous stained-glass windows,
most dating to the 13th century.
Provence Provence is a gorgeous landscape of olive groves,
sun-drenched rolling hills, and deep purple lavender fields,
with little villages nestled in the valleys and perched on rocky outcrops.
Alsace Villages Some of the prettiest villages in France are tucked away in the green,
rolling hills of Alsace, where the Vosges Mountains border the Rhine River of Germany.

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