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Running of the Sheep

The annual spring Festival of the Transhumance in St. Rémy de Provence, France, features the local shepherds running their sheep through the town. They are taking them to cooler, higher elevations for the summer months.

filmmaker: Monty & Marsha Brown

country: France

channel: lifestyle

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