France is one of the most beautiful and unique nation of the world. It has many tourist attractions and many natural wonders. One of the magnificent attraction is the Verdon Gorge. Its beauty is indefinable. Verdon Gorge is regarded as the most beautiful canyon in Europe. It has enjoyed by thousands of hikers from all over the world. Verdon Gorge is located in the middle of Provence, Alps and the French Riviera. Verdon Gorge is a 25 km long canyon with 700-metre depth. This stunning canyon was formed by river Verdon. Its magnificent limestone walls with high depths is a magnet to rock climbers This magnificent stretch is located between the towns of Castellane and Moustiers-Sainte-Marie.The city of castelline is a historic village that is roosted on high cliffs with a lovely site at the banks of river Verdon. Moustiers-Sainte-Marie is well known for its pottery.
From Castellane to the village of Rougons, the Verdon river streams clear and swift, and the road tags along the banks. The striking blue-green water of the Verdon is sensational in its force as it cuts through and contrasts with the stunning limestone level. The river then dives into the fantastic trench like Gorges du Verdon and is encased withing its vertical serrated wall.
At Rougons, the river thrusts into the narrow rock walls, and there's no getaway until it comes out the western end streaming into the artificial lake of Sainte Croix Du Verdon. The Verdon River can be explored by canoe or flatboat. An individual can also drive the twisting streets that go round the edge of the gorges.The river and the lake are famous with kayakers and the limestone walls of the canyon draw rock climbers to the area. The route on the South (Var) side of the waterway is called rive gauche or Route de la Corniche Sublime. This road is plainly outlined and has two paths and reassuringly strong looking wooden hindrances. The scene here is green and rich.
The other route on the north (Alpes de Haute Provence) side of the waterway is Rive droite (right bank) or the Route des Gorges. It is sensational and rough with significantly less vegetation.
Verdon Gorge is referred to as "Grand Site de France". Why could n’t it be? It is such a magnificent site to behold.
Since ancient times, people across the world have been holding the culture of respecting and honoring the dead people. Oftentimes, there designated areas where the dead are laid to rest and people pay their tribute to honor them occasionally. Over the years, Père Lachaise Cemetery has been a popular historical site and tourists from all over the world visit the place to see the graves of famous people such as:
• Félix Faure –The president of France from 1895 to 1899.
• Georges Rodenbach-A famous Belgian poet and writer of the 19th century
• Jean-Baptiste Poquelin, (Also known as Molière). He was a great comic playwright of all time
• Chopin -The master of the solo piano
• Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette- A famous writer known for her novel Gigi, and other writings as well as her unorthodox love life.
The Père Lachaise Cemetery is an incredible cemetery in Paris, where people are amazed to find fantastic artwork in park-like settings. The cemetery commemorates the final resting places for some of the world's famous people. It has got the greatest collections of popular and famous dead human talent in the world. It is the most visited graveyard ever in the world. Hundreds of most iconic figured are interred there as their final resting place.
The Père Lachaise Cemetery is open to the public all days from 8:00Am to 6:00PM.There is a beautiful entrance with maps pointing visitors towards the various graves of the most famous people. Inside, there are well maintained paths with amazing monuments that make people stop and stare. Going around might seem a bit of a macabre way spending the whole day or an afternoon. There are numerous famous tombs, and such great artistry in the graves. At the cemetery, it becomes something like unusual fun visiting a visit a world class historical museum. Indeed, Père Lachaise Cemetery has a great history that reminds people of the past!
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