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‘La France moche’: It’s not all châteaux and vineyards!

By France24
06 April 2024   |   1:13 pm
Have you heard of "La France moche", or ugly France? In this episode, we discuss how the expression is often used to describe shopping centres on the outskirts of French towns and cities. We also find out how the government wants to beautify these areas, which are particularly popular with French shoppers.

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