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<p class="title1">The Canal du midi</p>  
<p class="title1">The Canal du midi</p>  
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<p class="texte">This ingenious masterpiece respects the environment in which it is harmoniously integrated since 1681 by Pierre-Paul Riquet.
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<p class="texte" style="display:block; float: left; width: 700px;">This ingenious masterpiece respects the environment in which it is harmoniously integrated since 1681 by Pierre-Paul Riquet.
Characterized as a summit level canal, it culminates at 189 meters of altitude and permits the achievement of water through the sea.
Characterized as a summit level canal, it culminates at 189 meters of altitude and permits the achievement of water through the sea.
In December 7th 1996, the UNESCO registers Le Canal du Midi on the list of world’s legacy. The first plane trees bordering the channel appeared lately after its creation in 1776. Resolving the erosion of riverbanks and the evaporation of the water, the plane imposes itself as a dominant and emblematic marrow. The wooded legacy is estimated to about 42,000 trees, it contributes to the landscape and aesthetic.
In December 7th 1996, the UNESCO registers Le Canal du Midi on the list of world’s legacy. The first plane trees bordering the channel appeared lately after its creation in 1776. Resolving the erosion of riverbanks and the evaporation of the water, the plane imposes itself as a dominant and emblematic marrow. The wooded legacy is estimated to about 42,000 trees, it contributes to the landscape and aesthetic.
Today, the canal du midi is primarily used for tourism, recreation and housing. Busier than the Seine (Paris river), it accounts for one fifth of French river tourism and 80 % tourists are foreigners. Boaters seeking for tranquility, quietness and a unique environment mainly navigate over it.
Today, the canal du midi is primarily used for tourism, recreation and housing. Busier than the Seine (Paris river), it accounts for one fifth of French river tourism and 80 % tourists are foreigners. Boaters seeking for tranquility, quietness and a unique environment mainly navigate over it.
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<p class="title1">Canker Stain</p>  
<p class="title1">Canker Stain</p>  

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