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The Galerie Daniel Templon is one of the most famous art galleries in France. Set in le Marais, a stone’s throw away from the iconic Beaubourg Museum of contemporary art, it is worth checking out the exhibitions given there...
The Passage des Panoramas is a covered passage linking Boulevard Montmartre and rue St Marc in the 2nd didtrict of Paris. This commercial passage is the true ancester of the contemporary mall, we know so well. Opened to the public...
La Maison Rouge (The Red House) is an art foundation dedicated to contemporary art in all its forms and shapes. You’ve got to love its contemporary feel and amazing 1300 square meters space dedicated to art. Between 3 and 6...
Le Marché des enfants rouges is probably the Parisians’ best kept secret. Hidden away in le Marais, this little market is situated rue de Bretagne and is hosting visitors since 1615! :) You can translate “le marché des enfants rouges”...
Every nights in the past 50 years, Michou, the most famous gay in Paris has been entertaining people from all around the globe. Today, almost 90 years old, he is still buzzing in Paris like never. Always wearing his blue suit...
If you have not heard about the former boarding house that turned to be a book shop, well it's time for you to read about one of the most famous bookshop in Paris. It has been the crossroads of...
The grand rex had opened up its doors in 1932 and has been a symbol of greatness and cultural influence ever since. It still stands out as one of the greatest cinema in France...but what if we could do...
The aftermath of the second world war was deeply rooted within people's mind, and the need to remember and to perpetuate the memory of the martyrs was a priority.Some people wanted to conceal the proofs at the end of...
Reckoning with your memories is never too late, the vestiges of the past are always embedded in people's minds but sometimes it tends to fade away. So what if there was a store that was encapsulating items that travelled...
One can not claim to have seen all of Paris without knowing that the first aquarium in the world until 1867 is held near the Eiffel Tower. Its name is Cineaqua because it houses three movie theaters and even...