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J is for Joinville, a small port town on the island of Île d'Yeu just off the Vendée coast #BFabc #AuthenticallyFrench #france #vendee #paysdelaloire

We've got a new project... get to know France with your Abc's #BFabc #AuthenticallyFrench

X is for Aix-en-Provence... nearly! Pronounced like the letter X, Aix is located just north of Marseilles and is twinned with Bath, UK 🇬🇧 🇫🇷 #BFabc #AuthenticallyFrench #aixenprovence #provence #france

Y is for Yachts in Cannes. Known for its annual international film festival and its association with the rich and famous, it is situated on the French Riviera and enjoys 12 hours of sunshine a day during the summer months #BFabc #AuthenticallyFrench #cannes #yacht 🇫🇷🛥

R is for Reims, a city located in the Grand Est region. Many champagne-producing houses have their headquarters in the city and most are open for tasting tours. It's twinned with Florence in Italy and Canterbury in UK #BFabc #AuthenticallyFrench #france #champagne

T is for Toulouse and Tours. Toulouse hosts many important industry headquarters including Airbus and Intel as well as being home to two UNESCO World Heritage sites. Tours is situated in the Val de Loire region, the surrounding area is known for its wines. It is also the end point of the annual Paris-Tours cycle race #BFabc #AuthenticallyFrench #france #unesco

S is for Strasbourg. Situated in the historic region of Alsace, Strasbourg is the seat of the European Parliament. Strasbourg's Grande Île was the first entire city centre to be placed on the UNESCO World Heritage list. It's also home to Western Europe's oldest symphonic orchestra, the Orchestre philharmonique de Strasbourg #BFabc #AuthenticallyFrench #france #alsace #strasbourg

D is for Domme and Dinard. Domme sits 250m above sea level on a rocky outcrop. Like Eguisheim it is a member of the 'Les Plus Beaux Villages de France' association. Dinard is situated in Brittany. It's beach and mild climate make it a popular holiday destination. It is known as the 'Cannes of the North' as it attracts a wide variety of stars #BFabc #AuthenticallyFrench #france #brittany #dordogne

F is for Fontainebleau. Home to the Palace of Fontainebleau, a #UNESCO World Heritage Site, located 34 miles southeast of the centre of Paris. It has been home to many French monarchs from Louis Vll to Napoleon lll #BFabc #AuthenticallyFrench #france #fontainebleau #chateaufontainebleau

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A is for Albi, Angers and Avignon. Albi is known for its austere, Southern French Gothic style cathedral, seat of the archbishop of Albi and a #UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is claimed to be the largest brick building in the world. Angers is located in Western France and enjoys a rich cultural life. The old medieval centre is dominated by the massive Château of the Plantagenêts, home to the Apocalypse Tapestry. Avignon is home to the Palais des Papes, Avignon cathedral and the Pont d'Avignon, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is rich in history #BFabc #AuthenticallyFrench #france #albi #angers #avignon #cathedral #pontdavignon #palaisdespapes

B is for Bordeaux and Beziers. Eurostar is launching a high speed service from London to Bordeaux which will bring the city closer than ever before. Bordeaux wine has been produced in the area since the 8th century. Beziers is one of the oldest cities in France. The Canal du Midi runs through the city. Make sure to see the Fonserannes locks #BFAbc #AuthenticallyFrench #france #unesco #bordeaux #wine #beziers #canaldumidi

C is for Courchevel and Carcassonne. Officially known as Courchevel 1850 because of its altitude, it is known for its select clientele of VIPs, wealthy people and royal families including Prince William and Kate Middleton, the Beckhams and Giorgio Armani himself. Carcassonne is a #UNESCO listed fortified town in the region of Occitaine. The Canal du Midi flows through the town #BFabc #AuthenticallyFrench #france #courchevel #carcassonne #canadumidi

D is for Domme and Dinard. Domme sits 250m above sea level on a rocky outcrop. Like Eguisheim it is a member of the 'Les Plus Beaux Villages de France' association. Dinard is situated in Brittany. It's beach and mild climate make it a popular holiday destination. It is known as the 'Cannes of the North' as it attracts a wide variety of stars #BFabc #AuthenticallyFrench #france #brittany #dordogne

E is for Eguisheim, a member of the 'Les Plus Beaux Villages de France' association. It is a large producer of Alsace wine and the Alsace wine route passes through the village #BFabc #AuthenticallyFrench #france #alsace #wine #wineroute

F is for Fontainebleau. Home to the Palace of Fontainebleau, a #UNESCO World Heritage Site, located 34 miles southeast of the centre of Paris. It has been home to many French monarchs from Louis Vll to Napoleon lll #BFabc #AuthenticallyFrench #france #fontainebleau #chateaufontainebleau

G is for Grenoble. Situated at the foot of the Alps, Grenoble is a major scientific centre. It also has a rich history going back more than 2,000 years #BFabc #AuthenticallyFrench #france #grenoble #alps #cablecar #science

H is for Honfleur. Known for its pretty harbour, it is located on the southern bank of the estuary of the Seine. It is home to the Saint-Catherine Church - the largest church made out of wood in France. It is twinned with Sandwich, UK #BFabc #AuthenticallyFrench #france #harbour #seine #normandy

I is for Île de Re. An island off the west coast of France near La Rochelle. The island was owned by the British Crown from 1154 until 1243. Many celebrities including Johnny Depp have been spotted there #BFabc #AuthenticallyFrench #france #iledere #port #larochelle

J is for Joinville, a small port town on the island of Île d'Yeu just off the Vendée coast #BFabc #AuthenticallyFrench #france #vendee #paysdelaloire

K is for Kaysersberg. You guessed it, Kaysersberg is situated in the Alsace region near the Franco-German border. It is one of the finest wine growing areas in Alsace. Pinot Gris wine is a local speciality #BFabc #AuthenticallyFrench #france #alsace #wine #vineyards

L is for Louvre and Lyon. Home to over 38,000 objects, the Musée du Louvre is the largest museum and the one of the most visited in the world. It now hosts two satellite museums; one in Lens and another under construction in Abu Dhabi. Lyon is France's third largest city after Paris and Marseille and is known for its gastronomy. Auguste and Louis Lumière also invented the Cinematographe in Lyon #BFabc #AuthenticallyFrench #france #louvre #museedulouvre #paris #art #lyon #gastronomy

M is for Mont Saint Michel, Menton and Metz. Mont Saint Michel is a #UNESCO World Heritage site with a permanent population of just 44. Menton is located on the French Riviera near the Franco-Italian border and is nicknamed 'perle de la France'. Metz has earned the name The Green City as it has extensive open grounds and public gardens #BFabc #AuthenticallyFrench #france #montsaintmichel #frenchriviera #cotedazur

N is for Nancy and Nîmes. At the turn of the 20th century, Nancy was a major centre of the Art Nouveau movement. Nîmes, located between the Med sea and Cévennes mountains, it has a rich history dating back to the Roman Empire #BFabc #AuthenticallyFrench #france #nancy #nimes #unesco #history #artnouveau

O is for Oradour-sur-Glane. During the Second World War, located in a Nazi-occupied area, it saw 642 of its inhabitants- 190 men, 247 women and 205 children - massacred by a Nazi Waffen-SS company. The French president at the time ordered the razed village be preserved as a permanent memorial and open museum #BFabc #AuthenticallyFrench #france #oradoursurglane #ww2

P is for Paris of course! Need we say more? #BFabc #AuthenticallyFrench #france #paris #louvre #museedorsay #eiffeltower #unesco

Q is for Quimper. Quimper comes from the Breton word Kemper meaning "confluence" because the city was built on the confluence of three rivers. You can find some of the best crêpes and cider in Brittany in Quimper #BFabc #AuthenticallyFrench #france #brittany #crepes #cider

R is for Reims, a city located in the Grand Est region. Many champagne-producing houses have their headquarters in the city and most are open for tasting tours. It's twinned with Florence in Italy and Canterbury in UK #BFabc #AuthenticallyFrench #france #champagne

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