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Proust year: Madeleines de Commercy, near Zins by Patrick ESCUDERO

Dear to Marcel Proust who tasted it in his cup of tea to rediscover the flavors of his childhood, the madeleine was born at the Château de Commercy in 1755, at the court of the King of Poland Stanislas 1st, also Duke of Lorraine. This conch-shaped ...

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Dijon: Opening of the International City of Gastronomy and Wine by Fabien OLART

After 3 years of work, the International City of Gastronomy and Wine of Dijon was born on May 6th. Starting point of the Burgundy Wine Route, it is part of the city's former general hospital, which has been renovated around a 70,000 m2 district, ...

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2022 June 26th, Grand Siècle at Vaux-le-Vicomte by Bertrand GARDEL

The Grand Siècle day at the Château de Vaux-Le-Vicomte is an opportunity for thousands of curious people to admire the costumes in vogue in the 17th century and to share the time of a day in the art of living at the time of the Sun King. Associated ...

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The Cluny Museum gets a makeover by Bertrand GARDEL

The Cluny Museum, dedicated to the History of the Middle Ages, reopened its doors on May 12, 2022. The building, located in the heart of the Latin Quarter, is one of the only buildings that still bear witness to medieval civil architecture. in ...

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Favorites, May 2022

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

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Machu Picchu and the Treasures of Peru Exhibition

The Machu Picchu and the Treasures of Peru Exhibition unveils the world of ancient Peruvian societies that shaped the great history of Andean civilization for more than 3,000 years. Machu Picchu is its majestic and mysterious symbol. Perched on a ...

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Algeria: Tassili, splendors of the first peoples

There was a time when the Sahara was not a desert. In the park of Tassili N'Ajjer, in Algeria, one can admire the scenes painted with ochre or engraved on the stone by the men of the Neolithic: hunting scenes, divinities, enigmatic characters ...

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The great water cities of Europe

Eleven European cities are listed as World Heritage by UNESCO, which has designated them "The great water cities of Europe": Vichy, but also Bad Ems, Baden-Baden and Bad Kissingen in Germany, Baden bei Wien in Austria, Spa in Belgium, Montecatini ...

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International Museum Day: an unusual world

May 18 celebrates International Museum Day. The great museums will of course be in the spotlight on this occasion, but the world is also full of more confidential museums, some unusual and surprising. The photographers of the Hemis.fr agency offer ...

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The revival of the Albert Kahn Museum by Bertrand GARDEL

The Albert-Kahn departmental museum opened its doors in Boulogne-Billancourt after five years of work. We discover a site of 4 hectares restructured, combining new buildings and restorations respectful of the history of the place: a museum of images ...

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Saint-Martin: 5 years after Irma, nature in resilience by Aurélien BRUSINI

Franco-Dutch island of 86 km2 a stone's throw from Saint-Barthélémy, between the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea, Saint-Martin is a territory-tightrope walker experiencing every day the delicate exercise of the balance, between tourist pressure ...

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The wild Rhine at the gates of Strasbourg by Pierre WITT

There is another monument in Strasbourg, another cathedral, at least as important as the Gothic cathedral and its pink sandstone spire. This other cathedral is green. It runs from south to north of the plain of Alsace, touches, grandiosely, the ...

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