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Bonifacio, located in the extreme south of Corsica is, thing unfamiliar, the southernmost town in the French metropolitan France. The citadel, although sitting on a limestone vein - strange as the rest of Corsica is rather wide granite trend ... - overlooks the famous Bouches de Bonifacio, most southerly, separating Corsica from Sardinia. This high-perched town is one of the most visited by many tourists, in the summer, who come to see these buildings that seem so precariously ... for centuries!

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