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“Japonismes”, eight months to celebrate mutual admiration and fascination between Japan and France – Meanderings through France n° 157

  By Annick Dournes & Frederic de Poligny     Until late February 2019 through dozens of different events, from exhibitions to cinema, from classical theatre to Japanese techno...
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Within a stone’s throw from the Mediterranean Sea, lets look for unique sites. Part three – Meanderings through France n° 153

  By Annick Dournes & Frederic de Poligny     Once again we go to Herault region and today we take you to Lodève, an ancient city dating way...
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Within a stone’s throw from the Mediterranean Sea lets look for unique natural sites. Part two – Meanderings through France n° 152

  By Annick Dournes & Frederic de Poligny     Welcome back to Herault and to the discovery of its impressive “Grand Sites of France”. In this French area...
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Within a stone’s throw from the Mediterranean Sea lets look for unique natural sites. Part one. – Meanderings through France n° 151

By Annick Dournes & Frederic de Poligny     Hérault is a French area well known for its sandy beaches on the Mediterranean coast such as La Grande Motte...
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Three towns and three joined exhibitions for the one and only Easter Island – Meanderings through France n° 149

By Annick Dournes & Frederic de Poligny     Three French towns, Toulouse, Rodez and Figeac, all located in Occitania in South Western France, have joined to promote the...
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Dijon, once capital of the Dukes of Burgundy, now is a capital of gastronomy and art de vivre – Meanderings through France n° 147

By Annick Dournes & Frederic de Poligny     With a rich history, an amazing architectural heritage and a unique gastronomy, Dijon has a lot to offer for a...
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In the heart of enchanting Burgundy, a country gentleman welcomes you in his manor house – Meanderings through France n° 146

  By Annick Dournes & Frederic de Poligny     Since its opening in February 2018 word spread quickly in this remote part of Burgundy, that an exceptional guest...
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The rebirth of Gustatve Caillebotte’s house, painter and patron of impressionists – Meanderings through France n° 141

By Annick Dournes & Frederic de Poligny   Gustave Caillebotte is one of these outstanding minds of the 19th century who was able to master different knowledge and knowhow,...
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Birth of a new Digital Art Centre in Paris, the “Atelier des Lumières” – Meanderings through France n° 140

  By Annick Dournes & Frederic de Poligny The “Atelier des Lumières”, (literally the “Workshop of Lights”), opened its doors to the public on Friday, 13 April. Lets hope...
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