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The medieval rood screen separating the nave from the choir was badly damaged, but there were significant remains that will allow archaeologists and art historians to understand its true design concept. The public establishment in charge of the reconstruction consented to the continuation of the excavations after the discovery of precious sculpted elements.   Archaeological […]

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Three major new changes await travelers in Ile-de-France this year: the inauguration of four new metro stations, the end of the ticket and the “fare shield”.   To start the year with a bang, Île-de-France Mobilités and the RATP recently inaugurated two new metro stations on line 4, extended south of Montrouge: Barbara and Lucie-Aubrac, […]

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Between renovations, and line extensions: the Paris metro network has not finished reinventing itself. Since January, two new stations have appeared, driving up real estate prices.   Line 4 of the Paris metro, which served Paris from Porte de Clignancourt to Montrouge Town Hall, has been extended since January to the town of Bagneux (Hauts-de-Seine). Initially […]

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Like everything, Paris evolves, but let’s not see the worst and keep the best. In addition to the large-scale projects that will transform the capital by 2024 for the Olympic Games, here is another project that promises to improve Canal Saint-Denis. This is the great return of Paris’s crazy projects. As a reminder, Paris will […]

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Known for being a chic, residential neighborhood full of embassies (it has 90 diplomatic representations, almost half of those present in France!), the 16th also offers lots of good reasons to visit…   Its art nouveau buildings Architecture lovers will be thrilled by strolling through the Auteuil district where Hector Guimard, the grand master of […]

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The Parisian food scene continues to expand with an anthology of new restaurants to discover this winter in Paris.A lively bistro, a new temple of Mediterranean cuisine, a Japanese roll bar… A guided tour of the new restaurants to have lunch and dinner in 2022 in Paris.     Le Collier de la Reine The […]

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Do you want to swap the big streets of Paris for small winding and colorful alleys for a day or a weekend? We can only advise you to go and see the Val d’Oise and the Oise, which are full of small villages, each more beautiful than the next. Whether or not on the banks […]

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With fine weather, we often crave shaded terraces, which enhance our meals giving them a vacation feeling. Moreover, today, even in winter, terraces are popular… for those who want to have lunch or dinner in the open air in all seasons, a certain number of terraces even being heated.   OUR BEST LEFT BANK TERRACES […]

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Let’s celebrate its history, its know-how, its elegance. Four very chic hotels are awakening the capital.   At Opera, the Kimpton Saint Honoré in its majesty Less famous than its big sister in Pont-Neuf, the former Samaritaine branch dedicated to luxury and couture located 27-29 boulevard des Capucines, has just been converted into a 5-star […]

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Want to get out of Paris, but not too far? Here are the places you absolutely must visit and all located in the enclosure of the Petite Couronne, just outside the gates of Paris. La Petite Couronne includes 3 departments: Hauts-de-Seine (92), itself made up of 36 municipalities; Seine-Saint-Denis (93) made up of 40 municipalities […]

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