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[Caribbean Travel] France/Netherlands: St. Martin Island Marigot Philipsburg

Saint Martin is an island in the Caribbean Sea, but it is an island ruled by France and the Netherlands. The north side is called Saint-Martin in France, and the south side is called Sint Maarten in the Netherlands. Saint Martin is completely duty-free, so it's an island that attracts immigrants for retirement. It is an island where you can experience two cultures at the same time.
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[Europe Travel] France: Bordeaux

Bordeaux is a major city in southwestern France. Bordeaux, famous as a world-famous wine producing region, is also known for having a World Heritage Site. The historic center of Bordeaux is registered as a World Heritage Site as "Port of the Moon Bordeaux". Bordeaux has a long history and is lined with heavy classical architecture.
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[Europe Travel] France: Lyon

Lyon is a major city located in the southeastern part of France. It is the second largest metropolitan area in France and has prospered as a distribution center for goods since ancient times. Famous as a World Heritage city, it has a history of more than 2000 years since the time of the Roman Empire. It is a popular destination for tourists as it has a lot of attractions and many attractions such as historical buildings, museums and cathedrals.
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[Europe Travel] France: Montpellier

Montpellier is a major city located in the southern part of France. Developed from the Middle Ages, it is known as a school city. Blessed with historical heritage such as the Opera House and the cathedral, it is a place visited by many tourists. The warm climate of Montpellier is popular with French people as a comfortable place to live.
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[Europe Travel] France: Toulouse

Toulouse is one of the major cities in southern France. As a metropolitan area, it is a huge city following Paris, Lyon and Marseille, and is known as the center of Europe's aerospace industry. It is also called a rosy city because there are many red brick buildings in the cityscape. It is a popular city for tourists, with many old-fashioned streets remaining.
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[Europe Travel] France: Nantes

Nantes is a city located in the western part of France and is now known as a city of arts and culture. It is one of the most popular towns for French people to live in, and it is also popular with French people. Nantes is also a historical city, with many attractions such as churches, museums and galleries, and a popular tourist destination visited by many tourists from all over the world.
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[Africa Travel] France: Reunion

Reunion is located between Madagascar and Mauritius, in Africa, but in French territory. Reunion Island was originally an uninhabited island, but it was discovered by the Portuguese in 1507, and in 1640 the French landed on it and made it French territory.
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[Africa Travel] France: Mayotte

Mayotte is an overseas territory of France and is an island located in the east of the African continent. On an island belonging to the Comoros Islands, Comoros is claiming the return of sovereignty over Mayotte to France. Mayottes in the Indian Ocean are a very popular tourist attraction for divers.
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[Antarctic Travel] France: French Southern and Antarctic Lands

The Southern and Antarctic region of France is an overseas territory of France, but the location is almost the islands near Antarctica. Although it is a tourist attraction in the Antarctic, it is very popular because you can see a magnificent view of nature that is untouched by humans.
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[Travel to Oceania] France: Polynesia

Polynesia is a small island in the South Pacific. Although it is located in Oceania, it is a French territory. It is a famous tourist spot that collectively refers to the six archipelago and has a surprisingly large number of tourists. French Polynesia is made up of the Society Islands, where the famous island of Tahiti is located, the Austral Islands in the south of the sea, the Tuamotus Islands, including the Mururoa Atoll, where the coral reefs spread, the Gambier Islands, and the Marquise Islands.
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