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Find out what’s showing at the cinema, in English, throughout Provence. This week’s 24 different films include Magic in the Moonlight, Interstellar and The Casanova Variations. Find out more...
Choose from 56 different things to do today, or from 205 future events in Provence. Or take your pick from 72 of today’s local markets! See more...
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Find out about services and government organisations that play a part in moving to France. Read More...
How to make sure you stay on the right side of the law when you're driving in France. Read More...
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The responsibilities of the taxpayer in France: understand the French tax system and how it affects your income. Read More...
Specialist pest and vermin treatment from Menton to St Tropez, with 4 agencies in Mougins, St Tropez, Antibes and St Jean Cap Ferrat. Environmentally friendly solutions to treat for rodents,...
We offer temporary or long term storage space in many locations across France. Our storage units range from 1-30m2 and are safe, clean and dry. A reliable service with access 7 days a week....
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- The Sentient Traveler, Provence
So far, I've drawn a rough layman’s sketch of prehistorical southeastern Europe. We have now a basic storyline for the linguistic and perhaps cultural roots. But before moving on, I need to acknowledge that some disagree with David Anthony regarding the origins of IE languages; and also that I... Read moreby The Sentient Traveler on November 3, 2012