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Degas’ Exhibition in Giverny

May 5, 2015 / Art & Culture
Degas in Giverny

If you have not been still to a picturesque French borough of Giverny we can say frankly: it’s a really serious omission :-), because this village is considered rightly as one of the most beautiful place in the country.

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Pierre Richard published memoirs

May 4, 2015 / Art & Culture
Pierre Richard

Memoirs is a part of heritage of many great persons, and now the glorious French actor Pierre Richard, entering his nineties (yeah-yeah, famous ‘blond man’ is 80 already!), decided that his turn to write about his life had come.

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French dance

April 29, 2015 / Art & Culture
cancan

Today, April 29th, is the International Dance Day. It is the reason why we decided to write some lines about this art which adds color to any culture and any nation.

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Interesting facts about Paris

April 28, 2015 / Travel, Various

Paris is Europe most fascinating city, a place that has everything for the visitor. More than 50 million people visit Paris every year. Learn more interesting facts about Paris in the following infographic.Interesting facts about Paris

2 Euro for EasyBus to Charles de Gaulle Airport!

April 28, 2015 / Travel
easyBus

The British company EasyBus is entering the French market. From May 15th, 2015 minibuses of this budget company will run between the centre of Paris and Roissy, Charles de Gaulle Airport, and the ticket price (for promo period) is only 2 Euro.

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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 in Paris best designers and bohemia from different countries. And undoubtedly, all people interested in this issue know Jean-Paul Gaultier, a great master of costume, a true genius of his business, and simply a talented person.

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Book Day

April 23, 2015 / Art & Culture
International Book Day

No matter how old you are, but if you read these lines, you definitely know what a book is. Dumas, Twain, Remarque, Pushkin… and hundreds of thousands of other writers and poets 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? It had been 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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