“Source of the Seine”, Cote d’Or, France


The Source of the Seine, France’s second-longest river (the Loire is the longest), which flows 776 kilometres (482 mi) into the English Channel and located in the Burgundy region of France, Cote d’Or department.
In the 17th century, rumors of healing powers in the Seine were circulating around Paris. This led to the construction of a grotto dedicated to the Seine Nymph and financed by its residents in the 19th century.
Pictured are Karen Jacobsen, Joseph Vittoz and Lorenzo (chihuahua).