Книга: «Perfect French Country»

Perfect French Country

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In a busy modern world that seems increasingly overcrowded and monopolized by technology, the allure of the‘good life’ is more potent than ever. As an antidote to texts and tweets, traffic jams and queues, additives and packaging, we seek out the simple and the wholesome, and long for the luxuries of space and fresh air. France can offer all these things, with its traditional farming methods, its authentic regional cuisine, and its low population density. Add to this the inimitable French sense of style and joie de vivre, and you have all the ingredients for an enviable way of life. Perfect French Country revels in the timeless and authentic beauty of the French country home.

Издательство: "Ryland Peters&Small" (2017)

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