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Aix-en Provence

Monopoly: Aix-en-Provence Edition is a French-language version of the classic boardgame published by Winning Moves Games. Part of their French City series, this edition features the city of Aix-en Provence, France.



Publisher's Description

"The former capital of Provence, Aix is ​​where the Counts of Anjou and Aragon decided to make their home in 1189. This stronghold gave the city an unprecedented opportunity for development."
"Today, the urban area of ​​Marseille and Aix-en-Provence is third in development, behind Lyon and Paris. The motto "Art City, Water City" is attributed to both a remarkable architectural heritage (140 historic monuments) and the many cultural events that the city hosts at the forefront of which the International Opera Festival."
"Here the splendor of the Cours Mirabeau, traced in the 17th century walls leads to the monumental fountain of Roltonde, built in 1860. Aix was the city of Paul Cézanne (1839-1906), and celebrated its centenary in multiple ways. Aix gastronomy has the colors of Provence and Mediterranean cuisine, and who does not know calissons Aix? The historical past mingles with a technological future (technology parks of Arbois and Rousset) plus the quality and variety of universities (Political Science, Humanities, Law ...) which include nearly two thousand students."

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