Land of Lavender, Music, and Photos.
The Roman city of Arles in Provence (South of France) has wonderful happenings throughout the year, but the one event that would make me move there is the summer photography festival, a sophisticated pictorial feast.
Nestled at a bend of the Rhône river, and at the entrance to the flat and wild gypsy country of the Camargue, the city was a major Roman outpost and is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. One of its temporary residents was Vincent van Gogh who lived in town only for two years but fathered some 300 read more >>>
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