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Perfume in Provence: Visit, smell, create

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Grasse, a medieval Provencal town with cobblestone streets, is still considered the perfume capital of the world, with 65 fragrance-related companies in operation.
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Living In

Living in... Provence

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Tourists flood the region in summer, looking for their place in the sun, but those who own a little piece of this paradise enjoy every season.
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Best city for winter 2011: Tallinn, Estonia

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The Estonian capital, with its slanted red roofs, rocket-like spires and onion domes, turns into a snow-muffled fairytale in late November to early December.
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Where the Marquis de Sade and Pierre Cardin meet

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Lacoste château, once owned by the infamous Marquis, is now an arts space among the ruins, thanks to the fabled fashion designer
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Drawing on Experience

Drawing on experience: Truro, United Kingdom

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Have book and pen, will travel.
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Delicacies of Provence and the Cote d'Azur

It was through the humble rhythm and natural cycle of the land that a distinctly Provençal cuisine emerged several centuries ago.


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