Feast of Beaujolais Nouveau in France. What is his drink?
"Le Beaujolais Nouveau est est!" (“The time has come for the young Beaujolais!”) - With these words, the French annually greet one of the most cheerful and traditional holidays, the…

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Bougival Should Turgenev's house be near Paris?
And I went to Bougival. It was there that last summer I met Alexander Zvigilsky, who heads the "Association of Friends of Ivan Turgenev, Pauline Viardot and Maria Malibran". (In…

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Corsica: the birthplace of Bonaparte and cheeses
Corsica, the island of beauty, as the French call it, can rightly be brought into the pantheon of the seven wonders of the world. Stormy water streams with multicolored pebbles,…

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The system of the Grand Paris Boulevards
Boulevard des Capucines belongs to one of the links in the Grand Paris Boulevards, which have become the hallmark of the capital of France. It borders the boulevards: Madeleine in…

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Arc de Triomphe
The Arc de Triomphe is a true symbol of Paris and the history of France. Located on the Place Charles de Gaulle (also called the Etoile Square or the Stars)…

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Parisian five thousand meters (about Parisian cafes)
No one knows how many cafes there are here, but, they say, their number has long exceeded five thousand. What people sat in a Parisian cafe! What events unfolded in…

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Love at first sight: 10 cities in France that are worth seeing at least once in a lifetime
Toulouse Toulouse is one of the largest, most beautiful and original French cities. The pink city was erected on the ruins of a Roman settlement, beautiful with its amazing history…

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