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100th Anniversary Celebration Event. Paris: The reinvention of Europe's favorite city. Paris (CNN) — In the near future, visitors to Paris will be able to take a dip in the Seine and dine in an abandoned, underground subway station.

Paris: The reinvention of Europe's favorite city

Landmarks like the Eiffel Tower and Montparnasse Tower will go under the proverbial knife and undergo major makeovers, while a Paris rooftop will earn the title of the world's largest urban farm. These are among some of the innovative revitalization projects poised to write a new chapter in one of the most popular and mythologized tourist destinations in the world in advance of 2024, when Paris hosts the Summer Olympic Games. Over the next four years, abandoned, disused and outdated spaces will be given a second life as new dining destinations, themed hotels, museums and leisure hotspots.

Urban renewal Paris' urban renewal campaign, titled "Reinventing Paris," includes making the Seine clean enough to host the 2024 Olympic triathletes. Dieudonné, du rire à la nausée. CHAPITRE 1.

Dieudonné, du rire à la nausée

Où l'on découvre, dans une ancienne boucherie reconvertie en salle de sport, l'humoriste déchu s'en prenant aux "sionistes", à Manuel Valls et aux journalistes. Site officiel du Musée Bonnard - Le Cannet - Côte d'Azur. Manifeste «contre le nouvel antisémitisme» Ce manifeste, rédigé par Philippe Val et que publie « Le Parisien-Aujourd’hui en France Dimanche », réunit plus de 250 signataires. Parmi eux, un ancien président de la République, trois anciens Premiers ministres, des élus, des intellectuels, des artistes… Dans un livre à paraître mercredi chez Albin Michel*, quinze intellectuels prennent la plume pour dénoncer le poison de l’antisémitisme. L’ouvrage, préfacé par la philosophe Elisabeth de Fontenay, est écrit avec l’énergie de la colère. Une colère qui prend aujourd’hui la forme d’un manifeste qu’« Aujourd’hui en France Dimanche » a décidé de publier.

Elle grandit depuis la mort de Sarah Halimi, Parisienne de 65 ans défenestrée après avoir été rouée de coups le 4 avril 2017. Plus de 250 signataires ont répondu à l’appel rédigé par un collectif, dont Philippe Val, l’ancien directeur de « Charlie Hebdo » . « Cette terreur se répand » « L’antisémitisme n’est pas l’affaire des Juifs, c’est l’affaire de tous. Pourquoi ce silence ? Fondation Maeght. The Fondation Maeght building in Saint-Paul de Vence, France.

Fondation Maeght

View of the sculpture garden at The Fondation Maeght in Saint-Paul de Vence, France. The Maeght Foundation or Fondation Maeght (pronounced [mɑɡ])[1][2] is a museum of modern art on the Colline des Gardettes, a hill overlooking Saint-Paul de Vence in the southeast of France about 25 km (16 mi) from Nice. It was established by Marguerite and Aimé Maeght in 1964 and houses paintings, sculptures, collages, ceramics and all forms of modern art.[3][4] See also[edit] References[edit] External links[edit] Coordinates:

Bilingual French Medical Vocabulary & Exam + Audio Recording. This recording and associated text that was developed together with a nurse anesthesiologist who often goes to Africa to do volunteer work, and then checked by two physicians.

Bilingual French Medical Vocabulary & Exam + Audio Recording

This recording of the French Medical Vocabulary & Exam and PDF file are completely free, do not hesitate to send them to anyone or any organisation you believe would need it. Audio Player Click here to download the PDF file Click here to download the MP3 file Click here to download both the audio and PDF file as a .zip file Part I – French Medical Vocabulary – Basic Physical Exam in French a – Présentations – Introductions Parlez-vous français ? B – Questions générales – General questions. What Should You do if You Are Sick in France ? The Monuments of Paris — L'Opéra - Learn French. Musée André Lemaitre. Official website for tourism in France.

Visit the Jeanne d’Arc Museum in Normandy. Since March 2015, Rouen, the city where Joan of Arc was tried and executed, honors her with a special place... and what a place it is!

Visit the Jeanne d’Arc Museum in Normandy

Rouen’s famous archbishop palace, transformed into a museum. Undeniably symbolic, the building echoes the tragic events endured by the Maid of Orléans during the 15th century. The Jeanne d’Arc Museum will serve as both a museum and a memorial to recount the historic itinerary of the war leader and one of the Catholic Church's most popular saints. Multimedia Displays The Museum’s architectural excellence —Gothic-Roman vaults and 15th century tour— blended with state-of-the-art technology features a unique experience. 3D mapping for landscape and character morphing;projections, including back projections, on the building’s glass and stone surface;audiovisual equipment such as graphic panels, translation aids (available in five languages), and interactive terminals.

Normandy Impressionism: the Château d'Auvers-sur-Oise. Rendez-vous at the Musée des Impressionnismes in Giverny. In Normandy, the Musée des Impressionnismes in Giverny traces the history of impressionist artists, marked by Claude Monet, leader of this mid-19th Century artistic movement.

Rendez-vous at the Musée des Impressionnismes in Giverny

The Musée des Impressionnismes was born in 2009, taking over from the American Art Museum Giverny. From an architectural perspective, this new place is special as it perfectly blends into the surrounding Seine Valley landscape, the true cradle for Impressionism. S National Museum of Archaeology: Château de Saint-Germain-en-Laye, Yvelines. Few châteaux have had as turbulent a history as that of Saint-Germain-en-Laye, situated 19km north-west of Paris in the magnificent forest of the same name.

s National Museum of Archaeology: Château de Saint-Germain-en-Laye, Yvelines

A royal residence for several centuries since the time of St Louis and the birthplace of several sovereigns, this most important Île-de-France château now houses France’s National Museum of Archaeology. Although the château has only held this title since 2005, its connection with archaeology can be traced back much further to 1862, when Napoleon III asked Eugene Millet (a pupil of Viollet-le-Duc) to restore the building and transform it into a museum.