Photographer's Note

Dear friends, today I propose an image that relates river tourism in the Burgundy canal.
By me in Italy is not easy to see the big barges navigate the channels, perhaps because there were very few.
In France, the waterways are a very dense network that allows to reach the English Channel or North Sea by the warm Mediterranean climate, allowing many fans, or navigate to the trade.
Built between 1775 and 1832, the Burgundy Canal joins the Saone and Yonne rivers with a length of 242 km and 191 through well-closed.
Near the town of Poully-en-Auxoix flows underground for more than 3333 m to the line of watershed between the basin of the Rhone and the Seine.
The Burgundy Canal, crossing landscapes of great beauty, is suitable for pleasant trips by barge.
Good vision at all

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Additional Photos by Francesco Della Santa (fds) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 662 W: 0 N: 1667] (9963)
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