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Located in the Jura mountains, the Pain de Sucre waterfall is in the Surjoux forest, a small town in the Bellegardien region in the Ain department.
The owl is a passion for Michelle Carrié. She created her own collection and decided to share her passion by creating a museum dedicated to raptors.
Some put on snowshoes on their feet and, when they got there, put them in their rucksacks from where they extract a pair of skis.
Created in 2005, it houses a museum of old tools, an educational farm and a tourist office. You can discover 237 different bird species there, the Camargue Regional Natural Park has around 350 of them. Throughout the year, this unique place in Occitania welcomes nearly 17,000 visitors.
A vestige of the Renaissance, this mansion is listed as a historical monument. This building, built in the 16th century by Nicolas Bachelier, is a small part of the “pink city” in the countryside.
This barge is intended to develop business tourism. The capacity of the new boat and its high-tech equipment, such as a giant touch screen for conferences, is designed to accommodate companies or events in very good conditions.
In memory of our immortal Emperor Napoleon I, July 15, 1815. Everything was sublime in him: his glory, his setbacks. And his respected name hovers over the universe.
La Manade offers tourists and vacationers the opportunity to stay on site.
Aquarium moves near the Old Port; 3 million liters of seawater are needed for aquariums, half of which is in the shark tank. It becomes one of the largest European aquariums with 8 rooms and a tropical greenhouse.
A multi-faceted city, La Rochelle is a coastal city that offers many historical, cultural, educational and sporting activities.
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