Cimetiere de Passy - Bird sculpture

Cimetiere de Passy in Paris 16th district, the burial ground of aristocratic families, tycoons of finance, captains of industry, politicians and artists

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Gaillac wine - rosé

Gaillac Wine, produced in the Tarn area in southwest France, granted an AOC in 1938 and considered one of the best kept secrets in the wine-growing industry

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Morris columns

The 223 Morris Columns, iconic images of Paris found through out town since 1868, are advertising columns only used for the promotion of movies and shows

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Village and donjon of Montpeyroux

Montpeyroux, a picturesque walled village once the property of the prestigious Comtes d’Auvergne, now ranked among the most beautiful villages in France

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Pentecost

Pentecost Sunday, a major religious festival marking the end of the Easter celebrations and followed in France by a public holiday on Pentecost Monday

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Ascension Thursday

Ascension Thursday, a Christian festival celebrating the Ascension of Jesus 40 days after Easter, is a French public holiday part of a bank holiday weekend

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Pont du Gard

Pont du Gard in Provence, a feat of architecture and engineering, a bridge part of a 50km long aqueduct built only in 5 years by the Romans 20 centuries ago

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May 8 Commemoration

May 8 is a French national day, it commemorates the end of WWII and the Allied victory over Nazi Germany on May 8, 1945 and the massacre of Setif and Guelma

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