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Not to mention a whole lot of other things: a modern spirit in post-war France, the liberation of women, an unfettered cinema, the...

For the fifth consecutive year, International Living has announced that France has the best standard of living in the world. As someone who lives...

“I’m beginning to know how to paint. It has taken me more than 50 years to get this far and I’m not done yet,”...

Pierre Hermé, Fetish Ispahan. ©Pierre Hermé The siren’s call that brings us back to Paris is different for each of us. For me, it’s the...

I’d been living in La Rochelle for about two months when I realized that I knew barely anything about this city-on-the-sea. So I spent...

In 1962 photographer Bert Stern was on a plane, from Rome to New York, having photographed Elizabeth Taylor on the set of Cleopatra. “I...

How do you explain a building that looks like it was built inside out? Consider the pipes for electrical wires, water, warm & cool...

Musée national du Moyen Âge Current temporary exhibition until March 5, 2012: Gaston Fébus (1331-1391), featuring an impressive display of illuminated manuscripts and objects related to this 14th...

Intro:   It was a transformation that was praised. Designed and built as a railroad station for the world’s fair in 1900, this attractive...

Convenient yearly multiples serve commemorations well.  On January 25th, the city of Paris began its tribute to the 60th anniversary of the liberation of...

Paris is perfect for lingering long in cafes when not strolling its streets. Thankfully, it is simple to adjust one’s Paris plans when weather,...