Lavardin : one of the most beautiful villages in France

The occupation of the Lavardin site dates to Prehistory because the excavations show the presence of axes, arrows, and tools of the Neolithic. Inhabited by Gauls, the fortified site of Labricinum, became a Gallo-Roman village, as evidenced by the traces of a temple of Mercury. Towards the end of the 8th century, the region became […]

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Labor Day

May is often associated with holidays. There are three of them: May 1st, Labor Day, May 8th, Armistice of the Second World War, and May 30th, Thursday of the Ascension Day. May Day, also known as Labor Day, is a day celebrating workers. This festival is celebrated throughout the world and is very often not […]

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History of Roland Garros

Roland Garros is not the name of a tennis champion but an amazing character whose aviation prowess has marked history. Indeed the international tennis court of France takes its name from the famous airplane pilot Roland Garros, paying tribute to him since 1928. War hero, he began to be known in 1911.Two years after his […]

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Cannes film festival

From May 14 to 25, 2019 will be held the 72nd edition of the Cannes Film Festival. At its head, we will meet Edouard Bear, the master of ceremonies, and Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, the president of the jury. The gratin of world cinema will be in Cannes for the presentation of new films. The Promenade […]

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What to do in April in France ?

Spring has arrived! The return of the beautiful days makes you want to go out and discover new regions? Here is our overview of the major events of April in France. For the most athletic of you, on April 14, the Paris Marathon is held. This sport event brings together 55,000 runners from around the […]

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Easter : origins and traditions

This Sunday, April 21 will be celebrated the Christian Easter. It commemorates the resurrection of Jesus and is considered the most important holiday of Christianity. In France, the Monday following Easter Sunday is a holiday. But what are the origins of this holiday? How is it commemorated in France and other countries? Among Christians, the […]

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Jumping Hermès

On 22, 23 and 24 March 2019 took place the Xth edition of Saut Hermès at the Grand Palais in Paris. It is an international show jumping competition organized each year by Hermès, a company specializing in luxury goods. The event brings together the world’s 50 best riders to compete in the show jumping events, […]

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Eguisheim : one of the most beautiful villages in France

Eguisheim is an Alsatian village. Typical of this region of eastern France, this town has less than 2000 inhabitants. Eguisheim is located 5 kilometers south of Colmar, on the border with Germany. It is part of the 188 municipalities of the regional park of Ballons des Vosges. This village is steeped in history. Founded by […]

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Paris: an underwater apartment is for sale

Discover a unique property, never put on sale yet. Sextant offers the first underwater apartment! Located in the Seine river, between the quays of Bourbon and the City Hall, this property will delight you with its originality and its unique services. This place, steeped in history, was kept secret for centuries. Today, Sextant offers to […]

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Honfleur – One Of The Most Beautiful Villages In France

Honfleur was an important port 600 years ago, and it was from here that Samuel de Champlain was sent to colonise Canada, founding Quebec in 1608. With perhaps one of the prettiest harbours in all of France, Honfleur will live up to your lofty expectations. You can spend a few nights in the harbour town […]

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