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Fontevraud Abbey, the impressive Plantagenet family necropolis – Meanderings through France n° 198

By Annick Dournes & Frédéric de Poligny     Fontevraud Abbey is one of the largest monastic cities in Europe founded in 1101. Two great historical characters, Robert d’Arbrissel...
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Malta Diary   Religion and fear of the devil and the “Evil Eye” were the hallmarks of The Inquisitor and his powerful position

  ALBERT FENECH   e/mail –   Facebook:    My Blog:   Heresy, witchcraft and devilish evil were preoccupations of the Church of Rome almost from...
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Blois, much better than a history book for a glimpse of French Royals’ life – Meanderings through France n° 193

  By Annick Dournes & Frederic de Poligny     Blois is only a two-hour drive from Paris and an ideal starting point to explore the Loire Valley and...
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How about taking part in the day-to-day life of Alsatian winemakers? – Meanderings through Francece n° 191

  By Annick Dournes & Frédéric de Poligny     All summer and autumn long Alsatian winemakers organize an amazing great number of events during which tourists are invited...
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