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It's never been more important to foster cross-cultural understanding around the world. Long time Paris resident Monique Y. Wells understands this. Her Wells International Foundation recently joined with the City of Paris to foster...

"All the art of the past rises up before me, the art of all ages and all civilizations, everything becomes simultaneous, as if space had replaced time. Memories of works of art blend with...

About four years ago three friends from a choir group, Carl De Poncins, Christophe Plotard, and Romain Beytout, met to discuss a new business idea: bringing live French theatre to English speaking audiences. This...

The moment I stepped on to the runway at Paris Charles de Gaulle I was hit with a sweltering barrage of sticky July heat. Locals are known to leave the capital en masse in...

The Catacombs, built in the 18th century to take the strain off overflowing graveyards, have long been one of Paris's most popular tourist sites, attracting hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. The 1.7...

“In the forest, a little elephant is born. His name is Babar.” It was a storybook childhood for the little elephant. On the savannah little Babar’s mother softly rocks him in a hammock with...

When Man Ray died in Paris aged 86 in 1976, he left a legacy of works that spanned cubism, Dadaism, Surrealism, sculpture, film making and literature. He excelled in all of them and he was...

Sophisticated yet comfortable, this gorgeous contemporary 263m2 home over 6 levels has the feel of a grand loft with an interior has been freshly painted and the property is move-in ready. This architectural delight...

This apartment has a superb location in the heart of the 14th arrondissement on the well known rue Daguerre. Just steps away from Montparnasse and Parc Montsouris, this is a popular market street with excellent...

If you love antiques, you’re in the right city; Paris, and indeed the whole of the Hexagon are treasure trails waiting to be discovered. With their latest book, Paris Antiquaires & Brocanteurs, author Barbara Kamir and photographer...

This stylish one-bedroom, 53m2 apartment is located in the 14th arrondissement in the historical and bustling Montparnasse area. It offers one reception/dining room and one bedroom, a fitted kitchen, one bathroom, plus a terrace measuring 4 square meters....

Brassaï, born Gyula Halász in 1899, was a Hungarian–French sculptor, writer, filmmaker and photographer who rose to international fame in France during the 20th century. He was born to an Armenian mother and Hungarian...