Tag: Mediterranean

Street in the Panier district of Marseille

In Search of the Sweet Life in Marseille’s Panier District

If you’ve never heard of the French TV series Plus belle la vie (Life’s so sweet), France’s longest-running TV series, then Wendy Dubreuil’s article will help you tune into some contemporary French pop culture while also offering a glimpse of the Panier district of Marseille. The Panier largely inspired the fictional Mistral district whose lives, loves, rumors, politics and crime are depicted in the series.
Pine, Pointe du Layet. (c) Stanislas Illya Yankovich

Trees and Place: Pointe du Layet on the Riviera

In the context of France Revisited’s study of the relationship between trees and place, three images at Pointe du Layet on the Riviera.

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