Ah, Paris. The wine, the food, the fashion, the pigs.
You may know the first three, but the last? They're part of the Salon Internationale de l’Agriculture in Paris, the largest agricultural show in France.
The show, which celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, will run Feb. 23-March 3 and will play host to more than 680,000 visitors. It's where town and country meet: cows, pigs, goats, sheep, 200 varieties of chickens, horses, dogs, plus a chance to sample food and wine from all over the country.
It may be winter in the City of Light but the show is all indoors, all immaculately clean. The show is divided into four sections: animals, foods, plants and crops, and professions.