The Roman Martyrology from breviary.com says of St. Mary Magdalene on July 22:
Apud Massíliam, in Gállia, natális sanctæ Maríæ Magdalénæ, de qua Dóminus ejécit septem dæmónia, et quæ ipsum Salvatórem a mórtuis resurgéntem prima vidére méruit.
At Marseilles in France, the birthday of St. Mary Magdalene, out of whom our Lord expelled seven demons, and who deserved to be the first to see the Saviour after he had risen from the dead.
After reading many days, I realized the place mentioned at the beginning of the reading is the place of the saint’s death. This means Mary Magdalene died in France. I thought she died in Ephesus, and I am not getting her confused with the Theotokos. What is going on?