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The reality of Marseille, with its secret life and scarred beauty, has little in common with its sulphurous reputation. Its inhabitants, who like to keep themselves and their city's true character to themselves, prefer it that way. A taste for independence has been part of the city's nature and history from the beginnings 2,600 years ago; since then it has only been part of France for the past 600, and for much of that time unwillingly. Ringed on three sides by steep hills and by the sea on the fourth, Marseille resembles an island, and soon gives to incoming migrants a Marseillais identity, separating them both from their multiple origins and from the French of the surrounding mainland. Founded as a Greek trading station, the city has traded always, favouring the transit of goods by sea and land over industrialisation; as a result the twentieth-century recession of sea traffic and partial closure of the docks can make Marseille appear neglected, dishevelled, and under-employed as a great port and historical centre. The appearance is deceptive; Marseille is a ceaselessly changing and culturally ever-creative fusion of peoples--rich and poor, black, brown and white, a population, according to the novelist Blaise Cendrars, that remains 'insolent, happy to be alive, and more independent than ever'. The Vieux-Port into which the first Greek settlers rowed their fifty-oared ships is still the vital centre of the city and even if less vibrantly active than in the days of sail, it is here that the sense of the living Marseille can be grasped. Moreover, the Euromediterranee project and the naming of Marseille as cultural capital of Europe in 2013 have together brought in massive capital transfusions to a process of urban rehabilitation which is continuing. David Crackanthorpe explores the striking architecture of Marseille's monuments, the remains of Greek and Roman docks and wall, the islands of the gulf and the magnificent coast, the city's distinctive language, food and popular culture. With all the disfigurements it has suffered, Marseille remains one of the world's most unique cities and its site among the most splendid.

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$13.20



Marseille Inc. mCable Gaming Edition 6-foot HDMI
Marseille Inc. mCable Gaming Edition 6-foot HDMI
Hd in - 4K out! the mcable gaming Edition is a smart HDMI cable with superpowers for gaming that has a computer inside for a whole new incredible experience. It upgrades gaming content to 4K, delivers advanced anti-aliasing, and improves detail, depth and color from just about any game system. Advanced algorithms fix jagged edges and remove shimmers without blur. Oh Yeah, it does all that in under a millisecond for no lag. This may sound like an absurd claim, and it is, but it's true! seeing is believing, and we have a 100% satisfaction guarantee. Join the thousands who've taken their gaming experience to a whole new level with mcable and will never go back.

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Le Creuset Enamel-on-Steel Demi 1-1/4-Quart Teakettle, Marseille
Le Creuset Enamel-on-Steel Demi 1-1/4-Quart Teakettle, Marseille
Le Creuset Enamel-on-Steel Demi 1-1/4-Quart Teakettle, Marseille With classic and modern shapes, there's a Le Creuset kettle to fit into any kitchen design scheme. Also convenient to boil water for oatmeal or french press coffee, a Le Creuset kettle is an easy way to add a small dash of color to any kitchen. Features Single-tone whistle alerts when water has reached a rolling boilGenerous base size for greater contact with heating element so water boils quicklyConvenient quick heating with superior heat distributionFixed whistle can be easily flipped open for pouringStainless steel handle brackets for secure handlingHeat-resistant ergonomic handle for safe pouringKettle capacity marked on the base for quick referenceCan be used on any heat source (gas, electric, ceramic, halogen, induction) Heating tips When filling the kettle with water, only fill water above the first layer of holes on the interior of the spout (see diagram on box for more information). For efficient and safe boiling, always use burner a similar in size to the base of the kettle. Cleaning and care Do not bang the teakettle down onto a stove's surface or work surface. Repeated banging may damage the exterior enamel. Do not place the kettle on the heat source without having water in the kettle. Never leave a teakettle simmering for long periods on any heat source; it may boil dry, which can result in overheating and damage to the base and enamel. Do not leave water standing in a kettle when it is not in use. A buildup of scale may occur and reduce efficiency. Before pouring from your teakettle, remove it from the burner and ensure the handle is in the upright position. Le Creuset proudly uses heat-resistant plastic on our handles and whistles. Never place in the dishwasher.To clean, simply hand-wash the kettle with hot, soapy water and dry thoroughly. A gentle kettle de-scaler may be used periodically if required.

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Marseille Soap Marius Fabre 14.1 Oz
Marseille Soap Marius Fabre 14.1 Oz
Genuine Marseille soap is 100% natural, made only with olive oil, with neither colouring nor synthetic additives. It must contain 72% of oil, which is stamped on each cube of soap. Its properties come from this exceptional purity : Gentle, natural but still effective. Marius Fabre is one of the last manufacturer of the Real Marseille soap.

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Marseille (Travel Guide)
Marseille (Travel Guide)
Marseille is the star of European culture in 2013, being elected the European Capital of Culture. Marseille is the place where guests will be greeted with a wide range of special cultural events and hundreds of stories about the past of one of the largest ports in Europe. Because the whole region of Provence is truly impressive, Marseille's cultural status is reflected on all major cities in Provence.Being the second largest city in France, Marseille has a lot to give to those who decide to visit. The city fascinates with the diversity of cultures and an incredible history that charms everyone who briefly stops to listen. Marseille knows how to tell a story, so you just need to learn how to listen.To help you find its mysteries, the Top Deals Hotel team made a comprehensive guide of the city, in which you will find all the details you need for a pleasant stay that will make you enjoy good memories and new knowledge.Learn what's new this year by reading the chapter dedicated to Marseille-Provence 2013 events. You will find which new museums will be open this year, what interesting exhibitions are worth your visit and what events are taking place both in Marseille and Provence region.Marseille is an amazing city regardless of the period you decide to visit, but 2013 will be truly spectacular.

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