Tag Archives: Marc Chagall

Dans les coulisses

You probably already know Paris’ Opéra Garnier for its flamboyant exterior or maybe for the story of the Phantom, written by Gaston Leroux. It’s been classified as a historical monument for 90 years, but the parts that are behind the … Continue reading

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As summer winds down, it’s not too late to squeeze in one last trip. Saint-Paul-de-Vence is one of the most visited villages in Provence. It became famous thanks to French stars Simone Signoret and Yves Montand in the 50s. This … Continue reading

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Faux amis

Paris’ Opera Garnier is lit by a glorious crystal chandelier, designed by the architect Charles Garnier. The huge chandelier was criticized at the outset for potentially obstructing the view of the stage for those in the nose-bleed seats, as well … Continue reading

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