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Who is the successor to Sancerre? French favorite villageIssuance of France 3 Provided by Stephane Bern Came back. Voting will begin on Tuesday, March 1, 2022. Anyone can vote for 3245 on the internet or by phone until 11:59 pm on Tuesday, March 22nd.
“The village with the most votes will be declared the winner and will be awarded the title of” France’s 2022 Priority Village “. France Television. The show will be broadcast “immediately”.
Here are 14 candidates.
Not far from Montélimar, the town of Durfi at the foot of the Baroni Provanceres Regional Natural Park has more than 3,000 inhabitants. There you will find the classic architecture of Drome Provence.
Bourgogne-Francheconte: Saint-Sauvre Ampuisai
In Yonne, Saint-Sovar Ampuisai is known as the birthplace of the writer Collet.
The town of Quintin, near Saint-Brieuc (Côtes d’Amall), is famous for its 17th-century castle.
The Levroux commune in Indre bears the burden of victory for the winner of the previous edition, Sancerre. Known for its half-timbered houses, old castles and ruins.
Far north of the island of beauty, along Cap Corse, the village of Pino overlooks the Mediterranean Sea. Dozens of souls live there.
Great East: Bergheim
Located in the heart of Alsace and at the foot of the Vosges Mountains, Bergheim is surrounded by double medieval walls and moats. There is classic Alsatian architecture there.
Overseas (Guyana): Sole
In the geographical center of Guyana, Saul is not connected by road to other areas. For tens of kilometers, only Amazon forests can be found. There are over 100 inhabitants there.
In Pas-de-Calais, the town of Hesdan, home to more than 2,000 inhabitants, is known for its city hall and bell tower, which was registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2005.
Saint-Sulpice de Fabier in Essonne has a Gothic church built in the 14th century.
Normandy: La Bouille
Not far from Rouen, on the Seine, La Ville has a typical Norman architecture with half-timbered houses.
New Aquitaine: Ainhoa
Red and white. The brightly colored houses of Ainoa in the Basque Country are not overlooked. The village on the border with Spain is a stopover for Santiago de Compostela.
Occitania: Le Marjou Ville
Towers, numerous squares, bell towers … Le Marjuville (Lozere) is home to many medieval ruins.
Off the coast of Vendée, Ile d’Yeu is known for its breathtaking scenery and spectacular beaches. Paul Joanvie is a port of entry with a white house and a lighthouse.
Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur: Lagrave
In Autozalp, La Grave is dominated by the impressive Lameige summit and the 3,984 meter summit in the heart of the Ekran massif.
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