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LORRAINE TRAVEL GUIDE

Lorraine

Lorraine is the quiet type. A tranquil, industrious province, Lorraine doesn't clamor for attention the way its neighbors--turbulent Alsace, exuberant Burgundy--are inclined to do.

The pax romana brought prosperity to Lorraine's early Celtic population, for the Romans built towns and good roads. The Franks brought Christianity and the first abbeys and churches, some of which survive to this day. The Episcopal cities of Metz, Toul, and Verdun, important crossroads in Carolingian Europe, evolved into the powerful Triple See.
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Located in world-renowned wine regions from Napa to Bordeaux to South Africa, these historic roads offer both great wine and beautiful scenery.
Beyond the crowds on the Adriatic Sea, the clamor of Rome and the charmed Toscana lies an Italy yet undiscovered by many American travelers.