Author: Gabriel Bertrand

Unknown France
Nestled between Rouen and Paris, the charming village of Giverny is home to the house and gardens where Claude Monet spent the latter half […]
Unknown France
The 130-acre Puy du Fou park in the Vendée département of Western France offers visitors a chance to relive some of the greatest moments […]
Unknown France
French painter Gustave Caillebotte (1848-1894), member and patron of the Impressionist movement, lived with his family on a large estate in Yerres, just south […]
The Liberty Tour
France celebrates the Storming of the Bastille every year. On July 14, 1789, the people of Paris invaded the prison that symbolized royal despotism […]
Commemorative Visit
The Battle of Verdun broke out in the Lorraine region 105 years ago during World War I. It was the deadliest battle ever fought […]
Unknown France
Many African-Americans came to Paris in the 20th century, and their legacy lives on. But where, exactly? France-Amérique turned to Entrée to Black Paris, […]

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