Lotza is delighted to present this stunning illustration of the Camargue Nature Reserve, one of France’s most precious natural gems. This striking poster captures the timeless beauty of this unique ecosystem and features three elegant flamingos in their natural environment.
The Camargue is a coastal region in southern France, located between the two arms of the Rhone River delta. This region is famous for its salt marshes, lagoons, ponds and vast plains where wild horses and fighting bulls graze. The Camargue is also a refuge for many animal species, including flamingos, herons, egrets, ibises and storks. The history of the Camargue dates back to ancient times, when the Greeks established a trading post in Marseille and began to exploit the rich salt deposits in the area. Over the centuries, the Camargue became a land of livestock and fishing, and local traditions, such as bullfighting and village festivals, have remained strong.
Today, the Camargue is one of the most visited regions in France, offering visitors a unique experience of nature, culture and history. The Camargue Nature Reserve, created in 1927, protects much of the region’s ecosystem and is a great place to observe wildlife. Flamingos, once threatened with extinction, are now a major attraction of the Camargue, with their brilliant pink color and graceful elegance.
This Lotza art is a true ode to the beauty of the Camargue and its rich natural heritage. It is a testament to the power and serenity of this unique region and offers you an opportunity to connect with nature in a profound and lasting way. Order now to add a touch of refinement to your home and escape into the timeless charm of the Camargue.
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The postcard is sent in a bubble envelope.
Size: 3.93 x 5.28in
Paper weight: 736.5in
Matte coated paper.
This postcard is an original work by Lotza and is printed in Charente, France.