Mystique in the mythical south of France

Europe, France, Languedoc-Roussillon

Mystique in the mythical south of France

No Comments 8 August 2010

In January 2002, the Monkey adopted his French moniker (Le Singe) and made haste for the beautiful Languedoc-Roussillon region, deep in the country’s south. It’s a land of farming villages punctuated by the ruins of ancient abbeys and the fortifications of castles. The Monkey was so busy admiring the sights that he nearly forgot to get any photos, but here are a few. Enjoy.

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