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Eglise de l'Etoile - Jura
France

L'Etoile est un village du Jura près de Lons le Saunier. Il y a cinq collines autour avec des vignes car l'Etoile est aussi une AOC des vins du Jura.

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Uploaded: 27/07/2010
Updated: 23/09/2014
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Tags: jura; franche comté; aoc; vins du jura; etoile; lons le saunier
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