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Subaquatic vegetation in the Loire river near Digoin, Sa?ne-et-Loire, France (4627 N, 359 E). Training arena in the hippodrome of Maisons-Laffite, Yvelines, France (4857 N, 210 E). Nature reserve, Arguin bank, Gironde, France (4439N, 115W).
Agricultural landscape near Cognac, Charente, France (4542 N,  013 W).Gardens at the Ch?teau of Vaux-le-Vicomte, Seine et Marne, France (4834Oyster beds near Marennes, Charente-Maritime, France (4549N, 106W).
House in Keremma, on the Kernic cove at low tide, Finist?re France (4839Gardens of the Ch?teau de Villandry, Indre-et-Loire Department, France (4720N, 030E).The Puy de D?me, Auvergne volcano range, Puy-de-D?me, France (4547N, 257E).
The largest plant maze in the world, at Reignac-sur-Indre, Indre-et-Loire Department, France (4713Pyramid of the Louvre, Paris, France (4852N, 220E).Detail of the Gallo-Roman ruins at Pontchartrain, Yvelines Department, France (4848N, 154E).
American cemetery north of Verdun, Meuse, France (4909N, 523E).Palace of Versailles at sunset, Yvelines, France (4848N, 207E).Saint-Laurent-Nouan electronuclear power station, Loir-et-Cher, France (4742
Scrap yard, Saint-Brieuc, C?tes-dFishermens huts near Talmont-sur-Gironde, Charente-Maritime Department, France (4535N, 054W).The giant Encelade, Palace of Versailles, Yvelines, France (4848
Deoiling basin at a water purification centre, Marne, France (4900 N, 420 E). Trees brought down by the storm in the Vosges forest, France (4839Roped party of mountaineers climbing Mont Blanc, Haute-Savoie, France (4550 N, 653 E).
Algae in the gulf of Morbihan, France (4755N, 250W).Landscape of brightly colored fields near Sarraud, Vaucluse, France (4401N, 524E).Naturists of the center of Arnaoutchot, Landes, France (4355N, 122W).
Vall?e Blanche glacier at the foot of the Aiguille du Midi, Mont-Blanc Massif, Haute-Savoie, France (4555Burens Columns, the Palais-Royal, Paris, France (4851 N, 221 E).National Military Cemetery of Notre Dame de Lorette, near Ablain-Saint-Nazaire, Pas-de-Calais, France (5023N, 0242E).

The gorges of the Bras de Caverne, Island of R?union (French overseas territory) (2101' S, 5533' E).

Gorges created from volcanic fractures, like the bed of the Bras de Caverne river, make access to the center of the island of Réunion difficult. Some sites were explored only recently, such as the “Trou de Fer,” a ravine of 820 feet (250 m) that was discovered in 1989. Because the island’s center was protected from human encroachment, its tropical forests, with giant heather, ferns, and lichens, have been preserved, whereas the forests at low altitude have been converted to agricultural or urban use and have disappeared. More than 30 species of animals and plants, of which about two-thirds were endemic, have become extinct on the island in the past 400 years. The destruction of the forest and the introduction of non-native species have a serious impact on these insular ecosystems, whose balance has been created without outside influences. On the island, the dodo became extinct shortly after the arrival of Western sailors, who brought cats, rats, and pigs with them. Bitcoin Mixer

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