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Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year

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On February 8, the entire Chinese community will celebrate the New Year (xin nian hao). The goat supersedes the monkey during this period. Read more
London Winter Run

London Winter Run

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Take in some of London's most famous landmarks as the Cancer Research UK London Winter Run returns to the capital's streets to raise money for the charity. Read more
Music Celebrations at Orsay Museum in Paris

Music Celebrations at Orsay Museum in Paris

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Orsay museum and the Garde Républicaine orchestra are offering a musical reinterpretation of the great republican festivities of the late 19th century. For three days, four hundred musicians will give some twenty concerts, all free, in the different areas of the museum. Read more
What you didn't know about the Roman Colosseum

What you didn't know about the Roman Colosseum

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The Colosseum is an ancient theater located in Rome, maybe the most known and iconic around the world. In the days of the Roman Empire, emperors held public events in it.

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Bastille Day in Paris

Bastille Day in Paris

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Here is an amazing “feast for your eyes”. You will be able to experience what thousands of people from around the world were able to enjoy this latest July 14th while their visit in Paris, right after Le Concert de Paris 2014, ENJOY*!!! Read more
Sending Mail

Sending Mail

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Letter boxes can be recognized by their yellow color. They can be found on many streets. Collection times are indicated on each box. You can also find letter boxes in front of each post office. Read more
How to Make a Phone Call

How to Make a Phone Call

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French telephone numbers have ten digits, each one beginning with a two-digit prefix for one of the five telephone areas. Read more
“Les Fleurs De La Memoire”

“Les Fleurs De La Memoire”

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This is a project of the association “Des Fleurs de la Mémoire” (Flowers of Memory). This association aims to honor the Americans who served during World War II, fought, died for freedom and now rest in the American military cemeteries in Normandy, especially in the cemetery of Colleville -sur-mer and St James. Read more
Euros

Euros

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On January 1st, 2002, twelve of the fifteen European Union members completed conversion to the Euro, replacing their own national currencies. These twelve countries comprise the Eurozone, sometimes called Euroland. Read more
New Lido Show 2015

New Lido Show 2015

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Lido de Paris has been preparing a new show for you, one that will carve new memories in your cortex, and will amaze you on the next Spring 2015.

The Lido has entrusted the design of the new production to the internationally renowned director Franco Dragone, whose work has already captivated more than 85 million people, all around the world. Read more

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