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Southeastern France

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==Regions==
* [[Corsica]]
* [[Rhône-Alpes]]
 
* [[Languedoc-Roussillon]]
 
* [[Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur]]
==Cities==
* [[Aix-en-Provence]]— city of water, city of art* [[MarseilleAvignon]]— well known for its Palace of the Popes where several popes and antipopes lived from the early 14th to early 15th centuries* [[NiceCannes]]— home of the rich and famous, host of the annual Cannes Film Festival* [[CannesGrenoble]]— large academic centre where the Winter Olympic Games of 1968 took place* [[Lyon]]— France's second city with a history from Roman times to the Resistance* [[Marseille]] — big harbor and the heart of the Provence.* [[Nice]] — a major resort on the French Riviera and the gateway to Italy
==Other destinations==
* [[Corsica]]
* [[La Ciotat]] Birthplace of the cinema and of the game of petanque, a thriving town half-way between Marseille and Toulon. Easily accessible by road, rail and by sea, a fantastic place to base a visit to the area. Great for beaches, walking, sightseeing, touring. Best source of information is the mairie's website [[http//:www.laciotat.com]] or the office du tourisme
==Understand==
Marseille has the capital of European Culture for 2013 and La Ciotat is hosting several events.
==Talk==
==Eat==
A wide variety of both exotic but unusual foods: for example, frogs legs and snails are two well known delicacies of the region!
==Drink==
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