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A city of southeast France north of Marseille. Founded in 123 bc by the Romans as a military colony near the site of mineral springs, the city has long been a popular spa.
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(Placename) a city and spa in SE France: the medieval capital of Provence. Pop: 145 721 (2006). Also called: Aix
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Aix-en-Pro•vence(ɛk sɑ̃ prɔˈvɑ̃s; Eng. ˈɛks ɑn prəˈvɑns)
a city in SE France, N of Marseilles. 124,550. Also called Aix.
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