Étretat, a village born from the sea
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Renowned the world over thanks to its exceptional natural setting, reputed for its healthy climate – to such an extent that it is said that, ‘In Étretat, hundred year-olds only die from carelessness,' – Étretat is a village born from the sea, loved by artists and appreciated by the Belle Époque high society. Alphonse Karr brought its fortune, Guy de Maupassant – who came to live there – rendered it fashionable, and Maurice Leblanc immortalised it through his fi ctional character Arsène Lupin.

format: 170 x 240 mm
40 pages
isbn: 978-2-8151-0494-4
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