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CORSICA TRAVEL Napoleon's Soulful Island Home

Two hundred years after Napoleon Bonaparte suffered his final military defeat, Corsica, his

birthplace, stubbornly resists its own cultural Waterloo. Though this Mediterranean island has deep, historic ties to Italy and has been part of France since 1769, its 300,000 inhabitants retain a fierce pride in their own unique culture, including the proverb-rich Corsican tongue. But to keep that birthright vibrant in the face of tourism and its homogenizing effects, their battle remains constant. Read more: http://www.nationalgeographic.com/travel/best-trips-2015/
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