Côte d'Azur

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Côte d'A·zur

 (kōt′ də-zo͝or′, dä-zür′)
The Mediterranean coast of southeast France. It is known for its fashionable resorts.

Côte d'Azur

(French kot dazyr)
n
(Placename) the Mediterranean coast of France, including the French Riviera: forms an administrative region with Provence
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Noun1.Côte d'Azur - the French part of the RivieraCote d'Azur - the French part of the Riviera  
Riviera - a coastal area between La Spezia in Italy and Cannes in France; "the Riviera contains some of Europe's most popular resorts"
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Between the wars, there was the Anglo-Irish Eileen Gray, whose first, remarkable modernist house on the Cote dAzur, known as E-1027, was later despoiled by the odious misogynist Le Corbusier.
Their collection of versatile kimonos, scarves and beach cover ups is imbued with the spirit of eternal summers and is inspired by their favourite coastal destinations around the world, from the beaches of Palm Beach and Thailand, to the coves of Antigua and Marthas Vineyard, to the brilliant sun of the Cote dAzur.
Cote dAzur, but some areas on the coast were also affected, weather services