French Country Diary 2020 Calendar (Calendar)

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From the wild beauty of Normandy’s Cotentin Peninsula, with its historic ports and hidden gardens, to Provence, with its fragrant seasonal markets, the 32nd edition of the much-loved French Country Diary takes you on a year of discovery. There are visits to Bordeaux’s grand châteaux; a day at a Benedictine abbey with a heavenly choir; and a séjour in Paris, under a magical dusting of snow. Ample space for notes, a ribbon, and address pages enhance this unique calendar.

About the Author


Linda Dannenberg is the author of 12 books exploring French lifestyle, design, and cuisine. 
 
Guillaume de Laubier is one of France’s foremost decorative arts and lifestyle photographers.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781419736414
ISBN-10: 1419736418
Publisher: Abrams Calendars
Publication Date: July 30th, 2019
Pages: 128
Language: English

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