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La Place aux Fleurs with bronze Commeres by Jens Boettcher in Dole, France

At first glance, La Place aux Fleurs in Dole, France, seemed a serene little square bordered by trim limestone block houses. But on closer examination, I decided there was more to...

Montbeliarde cow in the fields surrounding Poligny, France. The Montbeliard is one of only two breeds whose milk is allowed to be used in the production of France's famous Comte cheese.

I came face to face with this giant Montbeliarde cow at the fruitère (dairy farm) of Marie Roy in Poligny, France. I was curious why she was the only cow who...

In ancient times, the water flowing from this cave near Nans-sous-Sainte-Anne, France, was believed to be the source of the Lison River

In ancient times, the water flowing from this cave near Nans-sous-Sainte-Anne, France, was believed to be the source of the Lison River. Today geologists know that the river starts much further...

Walking through the vineyard of Ludwig Bindernagel in Poligny, France

The Franche-Comté region of France may be most famous for the Comté cheese produced there, but it is also home to specialty vintners who produce distinctive wines. One of these is...

Located in the Jura department in eastern France, Baume-les-Messieurs enjoys the status of "Plus Beau Village de France" (most beautiful villages in France)

Even a grey, overcast day can’t hide the stunning beauty of Baume-les-Messieurs, France. Located in the Jura mountains of eastern France, it enjoys the status of one of the “Plus Beau...

View over Sint Veerleplein Square in Ghent, Belgium

Most visitors to Ghent, Belgium, will at some point wander through Sint Veerleplein Square, if only to walk through it on the way to Gravensteen Castle. My advice is to spend...