Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Great Second Life Destinations: Coeur de Bourgogne - Wine Country in Winter

Coeur de Bourgogne, or Heart of Burgundy, is a realistic representation of one of the best known gastronomic and wine producing regions of France. Frequent coverings of snow make winter an especially beautiful time of the year. The rivers, vineyards, chateaux, and village in Coeur de Bourgogne are very well designed and proportioned, making a recent trip photographing winter scenery particularly enjoyable.

Coeur de Bourgogne is part of an 11 sim residential and commercial region that represent several scenic regions of France. Nearby Provence Coeur has several attractive period decor and home furnishing shops and Normandie Coeur Hamlet is currently covered in gorgeous winter snows. The entire region can be visited and has some of the best landscaping in Second Life and is highly recommended for a visit.

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To see my recent review of  nearby Ville de Coeur in Coeur d'Azur, a town on the French Riviera:

To see photography from Coeur de Bourgogne in Autumn colors from September 2015:

To find more places to visit for the Christmas and New Year's holidays, go to the Second Life Destination Guide for Winter Attractions:

To see my coverage of great destinations to visit in Second Life (scroll down):

Check out Scoop It Second Life Destinations for current coverage of more great destinations to visit:

See more of my December 2015 Winter Snows Destination Coverage:

"A Silent Night" - Winter in the Rocky Mountains (December 4):

The Island of Frisland in the First Snows of Winter (December 8):

Regency Buckingham Palace -- A Christmas Extravaganza (December 10):

A Furillen Winter Set on the Swedish Island of Gotland (December 12):

Early Morning Snow Flurries at Sweet Surrender (December 14):

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