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Protectors of the wild Rhône by Denis PALANQUE

The Rhône, 812km long, has its source in Switzerland in the Saint Gothard massif, at an altitude of 1753m. It crosses Lake Geneva before arriving in France and flowing via the Camargue delta into the Mediterranean Sea. Between Lyon and Switzerland, ...

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The protector of spiders by Philippe BLANCHOT

For the first time, a complete inventory, dated April 5, 2023, carried out on spiders in metropolitan France, has been established by the French Committee of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature. This census points in particular to ...

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In the footsteps of William the Conqueror, Duke of Normandy and King of England

Following in the footsteps of William the Conqueror in Normandy is an authentic journey that reveals a string of castles, abbeys, bocages and strikes far from the tourist classics. It is to relive the incredible epic of a Norman who rose to the rank ...

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Manufacture de Longwy: The song of enamels by Vincent DAMARIN

Founded in 1798 by the Boch family, the Manufacture des Emaux de Longwy has been defending the excellence of Lorraine's know-how for over two centuries. Its reputation grew when Napoleon Ist decided to entrust the workshops with the realization of ...

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Favorites, May 2023

Stop on Images : a selection of the latest productions by Hemis photographers.

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Valence hoists the colors by Hervé HUGHES

The third largest city in Spain, Valencia has something to surprise! Proud of the futuristic curves of the City of Arts and Sciences imagined by Calatrava, of the architectural riches of the historic center including the Mercat Central, an ...

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Montreal: Open-air museum by Philippe RENAULT

Today there are hundreds of them and their number continues to increase. Montreal has become a go-to destination for street art featuring monumental murals. From graffiti to stencil, from mosaic to collage, from installations to murals, street art ...

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Glasgow Arty by Grégory GERAULT

The recent reopening of the Burrel Collection, the Mackintosh style, the vibrant pulse of a city reinventing itself: three good reasons to spend a weekend in Glasgow. Glasgow has a false air of an American city, the streets go up and down crossing ...

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Nancy Thermal: Back to basics by Patrick ESCUDERO

To find the existence of a thermal establishment in Nancy, we must go back to 1913 when the National Academy of Medicine granted the authorization to the city to exploit the hot spring discovered in 1909. Drawn 800m below the surface, making it the ...

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Croatia: The Secrets of the Golden Horn by Bertrand RIEGER

A navigation to discover islands as magnificent as they are unknown aboard the Ave Maria on the Dalmatian coast from Dubrovnik to Split, two jewels of cities stamped Unesco. It all starts with the discovery of Dubrovnik with its marvels of ...

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Caillebotte Vegetable garden: The passion of a garden painter by Carmen BAREA

"In 1877, Gustave Caillebotte painted one of his emblematic paintings: The Gardeners. The painter loved handling his brushes as much as working the earth. An authentic garden painter. The first time I saw Caillebotte's work at the museum d'Orsay, I ...

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Chédigny : It is an extraordinary garden! par Pascal AVENET

The only village in France to have obtained the coveted label of remarkable garden, Chédigny has gradually metamorphosed at the end of the 1990s with its streets planted with a thousand roses, nearly three hundred varieties of shrubs, three ...

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