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Pilgrimage Of Gypsies

Pilgrimage Of Gypsies Les Saintes Maries is famous by the traditions it has preserved, the land itself welcomes gypsies and is a high-place of pilgrimage, folklore rich in colour, music and spirituality. It attracts many visitors throughout the year. Many herds (herds of bulls and horses) are the witnesses of the Camargue life. You can approach more closely the famous cowboys (Camargue riders) and their livestock. Do not miss the panorama of the pond Launes on the fauna and flora of the Camargue and stroll along the Port Gardian a fishing port and marina Saintes Maries where you will taste the clams of the Camargue. These celebrations date back to the Middle Ages ...
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The History Of The Mimosa In Mandelieu La Napoule

Mimosa Route 130 km, the Route du Mimosa extending from Bormes-les-Mimosas to Grasse. This scenic route, recommended from January to March is typically the symbol of a French Azur winter offering in a mild climate, a sort of itinerant holidays between azure blue and sunshine yellow. This tourist route is drawn between Bormes-les-Mimosas and Grasse offers visitors a tour of 130 km without constraint, discovery at their own pace.  Discover between January and March the flowering mimosa, the explosion of colours and the unique scents between the periods that announce spring.  On this route you will discover, among Var and Alpes Maritimes, all aspects of the country Mimosa at a time when the Mediterranean sun brings to this region an extraordinary mild climate. [ngg_images gallery_ids="65" display_type="photocrati-nextgen_basic_thumbnails" gallery_width="600" gallery_height="400"] Originally from Australia, the mimosa was first introduced in Europe in the mid...
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Christmas In Provence

Christmas time in Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azu is where you can enjoy slipping away from everyday life to enjoy the celebrations and traditions of the festive period.  Discover the St. Barbara and wheat hope, Sainte Luce and lanterns, the crib and its figurines, culinary rites with the big supper and the thirteen desserts, pastrage and pastoral before ending the celebrations with Epiphany and Candlemas... Saint Barbara The Provencal Almanac tells us that Saint Barbara lived in the third century. Patron saint of miners and fireworks it is celebrated on 4 December.  On that day several saucers on a fresh coat of moss are sewn with a few grains of wheat and lentils sprinkled with a little water. During the 20 days between St. Barbara Christmas, and it's the first pleasure of that period, these seeds will germinate and form pretty green tufts, the first fruits of future harvests. On 25 December, if the grains germinated well it is said that the harvest will be good; if the grains...
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