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Find out what’s showing at the cinema, in English, throughout Provence. This week’s 18 different films include Boyhood, Wish I Was Here and Jimmy's Hall. Find out more...
Choose from 97 different things to do today, or from 274 future events in Provence. Or take your pick from 75 of today’s local markets! See more...
Featured Event: Entrecasteaux Cricket Club Siddalls 7 aside Cricket Tournament (Read more...)
- 434 pages about life in Provence
Find out how to get power, water and gas turned on and how to get the rubbish removed. Read More...
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How to make sure you stay on the right side of the law when you're driving in France. Read More...
Who to call and what to say in an emergency, including numbers for police, ambulance, fire and rescue.
Established in 2002, practical and administrative help for homeowners in France. The one-stop-shop solution for property management. A complete hand-holding service during your French property...
Banking services in English. Offer current and savings accounts, mortgages, personal loans, business loans, insurance and investments.
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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