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Bordeaux on the Move

From wineries to restaurants, France's premier wine region continues to improve
Per-Henrik Mansson
Issue: March 31, 2003

In Bordeaux today, a glorious past is struggling to survive a turbulent present, with the goal of achieving an even more dynamic future. In the capital city, Bordeaux, streets lined with beautiful 18th century buildings are choked with traffic and dust, as construction proceeds on a multibillion-dollar tramway system.

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