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Off to India.
India not only multiplies unforeseen sights to the eyes. It is also a land rich in scents that allow surprising olfactory encounters. On its eastern coast, at the beginning of the 18th century, two French trading posts bloom among the lush nature of the region. Chandernagor to the North. Pondichéry to the South. Discover the singular perfumes of these two cities.Discover CHANDERNAGOR Discover PONDICHÉRY
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Once you pass those doors, you will enter Trudon’s universe. Wander from candle to candle. Lift the glass bells to free the scents they hold. A world apart to find the candle that fits you.Find a store
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