France Attractions

What you Need to See in Paris

Paris is a whole world! Each quarter of it – Latin, Montmartre or the island of Cite – can be explored endlessly, like an independent country. Here every stone breathes art- from the bicentennial Louvre to the futuristic foundation of … Read More

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Paris New Year’s Eve

Soon we shall all witness the start of a new decade – in a few days 2020 will become a fact! To make Paris New Year’s Eve an unforgettable experience, there are a lot of entertainments and pastimes and some of them … Read More

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Celebrate New Year in France!

Every day for the New Year there is less and less time and it is time to think about celebrating it. If you still do not know how to celebrate New Year, we suggest borrowing a few ideas from the … Read More

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Gensler’s Temporary Structure for Notre-Dame

After a dramatic April 15 fire ravaged the 850-year old gothic cathedral in Paris French president Emmanuel Macron has a five-year plan to restore the landmark but heritage experts say it could take up to 20 years before the beloved … Read More

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The Incredible Treasure of the Magpie of Versailles

1131 pieces of coines were discovered by a lumberjack in a branch Amazing discoveries are made at Louis XIV’s castle, like those 1131 coins, probably accumulated by a magpie … found recently by pruning a branch. Would Uncle Scrooge be … Read More

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The Musée d’Orsay is Enriched by a New Donation from Marlene Hays

Works by Matisse, Modigliani or Camille Claudel: the Musée d’Orsay is enriched by a new donation from Marlene Hays. Bustes signed Charles Cordier (Musée d’Orsay). 106 paintings, drawings and sculptures will join the Orsay collection. New deliveries on the docks … Read More

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Claude Monet & Alice Hoschede

After two years of suffering and immense fatigue, Alice Monet succumbs, on May 19, 1911, to myeloid leukemia.  She will be buried a few days later at the Giverny cemetery, with her daughter Suzanne and her first husband Ernest Hoschedé … Read More

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The State Apartments of Versailles

Versailles Museum is known throughout the world as the most famous palace in the world, the residence of the Louis the XIV, the Sun King. The visitors of Versailles Palace have a chance to admire the State Apartments of Louis XIV and well known Hall … Read More

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Eiffel Tower Paris France

Eiffel Tower is one of the best known and most imitated monuments in the world, the symbol of Paris and of France. The iron tower is situated on the Champ de Mars in Paris.  It was initially criticized for its … Read More

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Louvre Museum Paris

The Louvre or the Louvre Museum is the world’s largest art museum and a historic monument in Paris, France. A central landmark of the city, it is located on the Right Bank of the Seine in the city’s 1st  district. … Read More

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