Calvi

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Virginie Ferrand Sereni

Dating back to the XIIIth century and overlooking both the Ligurian sea and the Tyrrhenian Sea, Calvi is located on an ancient Phoenician route, important for trade and cultural exchanges between peoples of the Mediterranean region. Considered as a popular tourist spot, this citadel has so much to tell…not to mention the siege in which participated Lord Nelson.

 

Last modified: 20 March 2017

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