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Village de THEIZE
France
Village du Beaujolais spécifique par la construction de ses maisons en pierres dorées, Theizé profite également d'une situation exceptionnelle sur les vallons alentours. C'est un village riche de nombreux sentiers de balades qui emmèneront le promeneur au cœur des vignobles ou dans les sous-bois à la découverte de son patrimoine.
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更新: 28/08/2014
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