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Category Archives: French history

The Château De Cheverny, A Concentration of Treasures to Admire

The Château De Cheverny, A Concentration of ...

Jun 01, 2021
The castles of Blois and Chambord will undoubtedly be on your itinerary if you are planning a cultural vacation to ...
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The Royal City of Loches

The Royal City of Loches: From The Citadel t...

Feb 25, 2021
Listed as historical monuments since 1862, the Royal city of Loches is one of the jewels of France.
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A Magical Weekend in Carcassonne (And Surroundings)!

A Magical Weekend in Carcassonne (And Surrou...

Feb 09, 2021
Carcassonne, a majestic mediaeval town steeped in heritage and local tradition, is a gem not to be overlooked if yo ...
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The Regent, Diamond of Excess

The Regent, Diamond of Excess

Dec 15, 2020
The white diamond, called the Regent, is undeniably one of the most fabulous of the gems given to man by nature. Be ...
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Buying a property in a seaside resort: at wh...

Dec 15, 2020
France offers many coastlines bordered by pretty towns and villages where it is nice to spend a few days or even li ...
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A (Dream) Weekend in Lyon in 10 Stages

Dec 15, 2020
If you’re planning to visit the beautiful city of Lyon on a weekend other than that of the famous Lights Fest ...
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The Castle Of The Dukes Of Brittany, A Nante...

Dec 15, 2020
The Castle of the Dukes of Brittany is a gem of the Urban History of the City of Nantes, nestled in the centre of t ...
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Zoom On “Impression, Soleil LevantR...

Dec 15, 2020
“Impression, soleil levant” is probably Claude Monet’s most famous painting, but also of the Impr ...
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What is a Sextant?

Dec 15, 2020
Everyone knows Sextant Properties but do you know what a sextant is?
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Why Carved Pumpkins Are A Symbol Of Hallowee...

Dec 15, 2020
The tradition of carving faces into vegetables dates to the Celts. As part of their autumnal celebration, they want ...
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