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Cire Trudon and Stéphane Castelluccion present a series of 6 anecdotes revealing the use of wax and candles under the Ancien Régime.

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Named after the sun

Cyrnos. High noon. A heated sky; the sea shivers. Reminiscent of the garrigue, a breath of thyme and mastiha lingers in the air. Over the garden, the choreographed shadows of fig trees and parasol pine trees dance and vanish in front of the deep blue sea. Contemplation reaches a high; it’s time to rest. Douceur de vivre leads the way.

Wandering around Cyrnos’ gardens

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