The Region of Aquitaine France

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In the southwestern region lies Aquitaine, France that covers about 15,949 square miles (Dordogne). In all of those miles, you can experiences varying geography from beaches to vineyards, Aquitaine has it all. This section of France has gone through many leaders, changing but always coming back stronger than ever. There are many properties with just as much past as the entire region itself. No matter where you travel to in the region, you will always experience the same weather. The people in this area have very active hobbies that are much different than the hobbies that we have here in North America. Most Aquitaine is covered in vineyards and small villages but there are a few larger cities. Aquitaine, France has a vast variety of geography, a deep history, many properties, a generally consistent climate, an odd leisure life, and a mixture in city mood. The region of Aquitaine. France is bounded by many landforms and consists of vineyards or châteaux, beaches, and The Landes. Bounding Aquitaine, you can find Limousin to the northeast, the Atlantic ocean to the west, Midi-Pyréneées to the east, and Spain to the south (Dordogne, Bordeaux & the Southwest Coast). An hour drive south of Bordeaux, the sixth largest city in France, is home to several wine-producing properties, or châteaux. Château Haut-Brion, the most famous château in France, is the first vineyard that you will travel upon (Morley 238). This château is a mansion dating back to around 1533 when Jean de Pontac

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