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Art & Museums

Paris through the eyes of the Impressionists

Most people think Paris is very old but did you know the face of the city of lights was mainly designed in the 1860s? Urban planner Haussmann’s aim was to modernise the capital, uniformed façades of buildings and brand-new green areas. The Grands Boulevards, Camille Pissarro In February 1897, Pissarro took up a room in...
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Flemish Renaissance in the Louvre

Ah, the Renaissance… The Sistine Chapel painted by Michelangelo, Mona Lisa’s portrait by Da Vinci, the paintings by Raphaël… Too often, we only think of Italy when it comes to the great artworks of the 1400s and 1500s. But in the Netherlands, these centuries also brought forward what is often called the Dutch or Flemish...
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Take a beautiful picture

Ever wanted to improve your skills and take more personal and arty pictures ? When you travel it’s almost mandatory to take pictures, for your own memories, then to share with your friends and family and to shine on social media ! In some of the most famous cities of the world like Paris, Roma,...
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Ancient Treasures at the Louvre Museum

Be amazed by ancient Treasures at the Louvre Museum, we selected for you a list of wonders. From Egypt to Mesopotamia and Middle-East. Ebih-Il The deep blue eyes of this alabaster statuette freeze the visitors who pass by in its gaze, a gaze that was once enhanced by golden eyebrows. The hands are joined in...
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5 Can’t-Miss Churches in Paris

Despite it’s secular reputation, France was for many centuries a Catholic country. This heritage is visible everywhere in daily life (most catholic holidays are public holidays), but also in the architecture. Because of course, religion implies places of worship. And there are many : up to 100,000 in all of France, including around 40,000 churches...
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5 Incredible Facts About Napoleon

Napoleon was many things, but short wasn’t one of them… You can see that for yourselves by visiting his tomb in the center of Paris, at the Invalides War Museum. 1. He was an army general at 26 Born in 1769 on the island of Corsica, he graduated from the military school of Paris in...
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Why you should visit Fontainebleau castle

Fontaine-what? Fontainebleau – literally the beautiful fountain. Or the fountain found by a dog, called Bliau. Or maybe it was its master’s name. We’re not sure – which is not surprising, since the castle’s dates back to 1137 ; older than the Louvre in Paris. But don’t let that date fool you : what makes...
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Top 5 de tu día en Versalles

Versalles es mucho más que un palacio. Cuando Louis XIV, decidió convertir el palacete de caza de su padre en la residencia principal de la corte, del gobierno y suya, Versalles se convirtió en el reflejo del universo. No por nada se denominó a sí mismo como el rey sol. Él, en su palacio, es...
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5 Facts that make Chantilly a do-not-miss castle

1. The incredibly well-preserved appartments of a prince Chantilly was at some point owned by the Condé family, direct cousins of king Louis XIV, and therefore with the rank of princes. Some of the rooms still bear the trace of their formal wealth and rank, with a decoration unique in France – see below. The...
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The cursed castle of Vaux-le-Vicomte

An hour away from Paris by car, discover the wonderful castle of Vaux-le-Vicomte. And the tragic story that changed the course of French architectural history. The inspiration for Versailles Vaux-le-Vicomte is a project 20 years in the making. Built between 1641 and 1661 by Nicolas Fouquet, in charge of the finances of France under Louis...
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