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Marais Poitevin - a view from the bridge of Le Vanneau
France
Visit the marvellous Marais Poitevin, a natural area preserved to conserve beautiful landscapes, flora and fauna. CRTPC©S.Charbeau
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Tags: le vanneau; nature; green tourism; marais poitevin; green venice; river boat; channels; marshlands; poitou-charentes; france; travel; ecotourism
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