Provence

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Provence — Provence is one of the most diverse regions in France, with fields of lavender, olive groves, immense green valleys, small towns, and the country’s second largest city, Marseille.

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For the great climate, excellent wine, charming towns, hilltop villages, and fields of lavender . . . need we say more?

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