The Departments of Provence Provence is divided into the six Departments you see on the map: Bouches du Rhone, Var, Alpes Maritimes, Vaucluse, Alpes de Haute Provence, and Hautes Alpes. The departments to the west--Vaucluse and Bouches du Rhone--are bordered on the west by the Rhône river. These two departments are generally what tourists think of when they think of Provence.
Château de Busset, Allier - France || A medieval castle which has been developed into a château in the commune of Busset in the Allier département of France. It is the ancestral home of the Bourbon-Busset family, an illegitimate branch of the House of Bourbon, being thus agnatic descendants of the Capetian dynasty. Historically they have been regarded as non-dynastic since decisions rendered by Louis XI of France. It is currently owned by a Swiss family
The French Tricolour.(French National). The three colours are occasionally taken to represent the three elements of the revolutionary motto, liberté (freedom: blue), égalité (equality: white), fraternité (brotherhood: red); this symbolism was referenced in Krzysztof Kieślowski's three colours film trilogy, for example.
The Martiniquains are the main population of the island of Martinique ("overseas department" of France). The total number is 500 thousand people: at the Martinique 350 thousand people, in France 150 thousand people. They also live on the island of Guadeloupe and the Virgin Islands (U.S.A). Speak Creole, based on the French language, which absorbed elements of African and Caribbean-Indian language. The believers - Catholics The basis of ethnicity - metisses (formed by the mixing of French…
Quéribus, Languedoc-Roussillon, France - The Château de Quéribus (in Occitan Castèl de Queribús) is a ruined castle in the commune of Cucugnan in the Aude département of France. It has been listed as a monument historique by the French Ministry of Culture since 1907. Queribus is one of the "Five Sons of Carcassonne", along with Aguilar, Peyrepertuse, Termes and Puilaurens: five castles strategically placed to defend the new (1659) French border against the Spanish.