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Exhibition: Jean-Paul Gaultier

April 24, 2015 / Art & Culture
Jean-Paul Gaultier

Paris and fashion, fashion and Paris… the order of the summands does not affect the sum. The French capital is soundly associated with fashion and is its recognized world centre. Famous Fashion Weeks gather the best designers and bohemia from different countries to the city. And undoubtedly, all people interested in this theme know Jean-Paul Gaultier – great master of costume, true genius of his business and just talented person.

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The Book Day

April 23, 2015 / Art & Culture
International Book Day

No matter how old you are, if you read this lines you definitely know what the book is. Dumas, Twain, Remarque, Pushkin… and hundreds of thousands other writers and poets have already created and will create their works for us in the future.

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White Flag and France

April 22, 2015 / Various
White flag of France

You may ask a reasonable question: what is a white leaf in place of the title image? But actually, it was the State flag of the Kingdom of France for 16 years in the 19th century.

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Renovation of Paris churches

April 21, 2015 / Various
abbey st germain

Along with numerous Paris museums old churches of the city are very popular tourist objects. And since any building is “growing old” with time, authorities of the city decided to assign more than 100 million Euro for the reconstruction of all Parisian churches which were built before 1905 (the year when the French law on the Separation of Church and State was passed – Loi du 9 décembre 1905 concernant la séparation des Eglises et de l’Etat).

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Bulgaria at Louvre

April 15, 2015 / Art & Culture
Thracian Kings Epic

The Louvre museum continues to show its visitors archeological treasures of different nations of the world. This time every comer can see the exhibits telling the history of Bulgaria. Yesterday, April 14th, the Exhibition “Thracian Kings’ Epic – Archaeological Discoveries in Bulgaria” under patronage of the Prime Minister of this European country was opened.

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Lumiere Brothers Exhibition

April 8, 2015 / Art & Culture

Do you love cinema? Probably, that’s a stupid question because everybody loves cinema. :-) It would seem, nowadays movies are part and parcel of our life, but it’s only a little more than 100 years as they appeared.

As all of us know, one of the first filmmakers in the world – Lumiere brothers, whose names are among the greatest persons in the history of France. And the Frenchmen revere the memory of their famous countrymen.

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Wallpapers for home beauty

April 7, 2015 / Various

How to design walls of our apartment, which materials are better to use? These and such the questions we ask during renovation or just when want to change something in the interior. Of course, there is a lot of answers. :-)

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Flying Houses of Paris

April 2, 2015 / Art & Culture
Laurent Chehere - Collage

We are always ready to gladden you with some interesting things about Paris. This time we would like to share a very interesting series of photo works by the remarkable French photographer Laurent Chehere, who envisaged flying houses (and some other constructions) of Paris.

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April Fish Day

April 1, 2015 / Art & Culture
April Fish Day

Holiday. It’s always fine! And today is the day when we celebrate one of the merriest and most positive occasions – April Fools’ Day. By tradition (certainly you have such a tradition), we play a practical joke on our friends and colleagues and, of course, can be hooked by their jokes back. :-)

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Eiffel Tower – 126

March 31, 2015 / Various
eiffel tower

Today, is a real holiday in France, in Paris for sure! :-) 126 years ago – March 31, 1889 – the official opening of the Eiffel Tower, the brightest symbol of the modern Paris, took place.

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