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360°: The reinvention of France

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By Euronews
360°: The reinvention of France

<p>“It is essential that France gets its identity back. France is not only the country of luxury bags, good food and human rights.”</p> <p>Helping France rediscover its roots should be the key task for the next president. At least if you ask Isaure de Sainte-Marie, a young castle owner from the French Loire valley.</p> <p>With the French elections just around the corner, euronews is visiting citizens across the country. In cooperation with local media and armed with a 360 degree camera, we try to understand the individuals who make up the French electorate.</p> <p>In this fifth episode we travel to a more than 500-year-old castle. Isaure de Sainte-Marie has a background in literature and has spent a third of her life in Latin America, but today she owns and runs Château de Troussay.</p> <p>What are the roots that she thinks France needs to rediscover? </p> <p>Its sense of beauty, its intimate relationship with nature, and its affinity for deep thinking.</p> <p><strong>Producer:</strong> Olivier Péguy, euronews; in association with Valérie Pernette, La Nouvelle République<br /> <strong>Editor:</strong> Emma Belay<br /> Euronews powered by Google News Lab</p> <iframe src="https://www.google.com/maps/d/embed?mid=1jor0q9EYOLosu1oeaE2SB9IsDBk" width="640" height="480"></iframe>