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View of houses on the top of cliff in Bonifacio, Corsica. Photo taken in August 1935.

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View of houses on the top of cliff in Bonifacio, Corsica. Photo taken in August 1935.
View of houses on the top of cliff in Bonifacio, Corsica. Photo taken in August 1935.
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View of houses on the top of cliff in Bonifacio, Corsica. Photo taken in August 1935. Bonifacio is a commune at the southern tip of the island of Corsica, in the Corse-du-Sud department of France. Its inhabitants are called Bonifaciens, feminine Bonifaciennes. The commune in this case is identical to the canton and is the largest commune of Corsica. Bonifacio is the setting of Guy de Maupassant's short story, Vendetta. The French leg of the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series takes place in Bonifacio. Bonifacio is located directly on the Mediterranean Sea, separated from Sardinia by the Strait of Bonifacio. It is a city placed on the best and only major harbour of the southern coast and also is a commune covering a somewhat larger region including the offshore Isles Lavezzi, giving it the distinction of being the southernmost commune in Metropolitan France. The commune is bordered on the northwest by the canton of Figari and has a short border on the northeast with the canton of Porto-Vecchio. The combined border runs approximately from the Golfe de Ventilegne on the west to the mouth of the Golfu di Sant'Amanza on the east. The coastline circumscribed by the two points is about 75 kilometres (47 mi). Highway N198 runs north along the east coast and N196 along the west.

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