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Belleville Valley: A winter wonderland for skiers in the French Alps

Belleville Valley, in the French Alps, forms one third of the world-famous Trois Vallées ski resort. It’s home to 22 villages, among them Saint Martin de Belleville – considered the gateway to the resort – Les Ménuires, and the highest ski resort in Europe, Val Thorens. Join FRANCE 24 at 2,300 metres above sea level to discover this winter wonderland.

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2017-05-24 tourism

The Marais: One of Paris's oldest, chicest districts

A special district in the heart of Paris, the Marais is an unmissable district for visiters to the capital. The area has long been a beacon for immigrants and famous for its...

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2017-05-18 heritage

The French game of pétanque, an institution in Provence

In the southern French region of Provence, pétanque is an institution – and nowhere more so than in Marseille. In the shadow of the city's basilica, the game is taught and loved...

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2017-05-09 Louvre

A stroll through Paris, from the Louvre to La Défense

Paris has no shortage of famous routes. But one of the best-known thoroughfares is that which links the central Louvre Museum to La Défense, west of the city. Popular with...

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2017-05-04 heritage

France's Revol factory: Where making porcelain is a family affair

Situated in France's south-eastern Drôme region, the Revol family business was founded in 1768. To this day, it specialises in producing the finest tableware, with its porcelain...

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2017-04-27 France

The miniature fishing boats of southern France

Bobbing in the southern French port of Sanary-sur-Mer are a colourful collection of little fishing boats known as "sharp boats". Over in Marseille, they’re known as "barquettes"....

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