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Perpignan, in the Languedoc-Roussillon region, was the capital of Roussillon from 1278 to 1344 and former capital of the kingdom of Majorca. It is now the chief town of the department of Pyrenees-Orientales. Positioned a stone’s throw away from the Spanish border at the foot of the Pyrenees, it is just 10 kilometres from the Mediterranean. The city is one of the most important centres of Catalan culture; rich in language, traditions and artistic expressions.
Perpignan has a vibrant demographic due to its unique geography. It is the last major stop before trains continue on to Spain or, eventually, Portugal, and is a thriving university town and ever-bustling urban environment. Along the coast, vineyards dot the landscape, and its diverse population, which includes French, Spanish and North African peoples, results in a cultural haven filled with unique boutiques and hip bars – very popular with artists.