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Picardy climate: when to go to Picardy?

Picardy is affected by an oceanic climate, often influenced by masses of moist and fresh air coming from the North Atlantic Ocean, these air masses are however warmed by the warmer waters of the North Atlantic. The climate of Picardy is monotonous, characterized by persistent freshness, almost permanent humidity and strong winds, especially along the coast. There are no major ...

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Picardy: a region with a rich historical and cultural heritage

Picardy (Picardie) is a historical region of France which is located in the northern area of the country, north of Paris, for a short stretch it overlooks the English Channel, and for an even shorter stretch it borders Belgium, the capital regional is the city of Amiens, which is famous for its stunning Gothic cathedral. The region of Picardy is ...

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