A street with old houses in Aix-En-Provence.
Aix-en-Provence definition by Webster's New World
Aix-en-Provence definition by American Heritage Dictionary
A city of southeast France north of Marseille. Founded in 123 B.C. by the Romans as a military colony near the site of mineral springs, the city has long been a popular spa and an important cultural center. Population: 140,000.