Pierre Bonnard exhibition

A major exhibition on Pierre Bonnard will be shown at the Musèe d’Orsay from the 17th March until 19th July in 2015. Pierre Bonnard was a French painter and printmaker who was born in 1867 and he died in 1947. Bonnard was one of the founding members of the Post-impressionist and he was also a …

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Easter in Paris

What can you do in Paris during Easter? In this short article we will list some of the possibilities you can do in Paris during Easter. Easter is one of the most important Christian feasts or holidays when we celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. So in this occasion plenty of Easter related programs are …

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Vienna Secession

There is a major exhibition on Gustav Klimt and on the Vienna Secession at the Pinacothèque in Paris. The exhibition ‘In the Time of Klimt, the Vienna Secession’ is shown from the middle of February until the middle of June in 2015. The Vienna Secession was formed in 1897 by a group of Austrian artists …

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Movies that were shot in Paris

There are literally countless movies that were shot in the capital of France in Paris so in this short article we will just list and introduce you some of the most popular ones. Da Vinci Code Probably one of the most famous one is the American mystery thriller movie the Da Vinci Code which was …

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Exhibition on the Tudors

The exhibition ‘The Tudors’ will be shown at the Musèe Luxembourg in Paris from the middle of March until the middle of July in 2015. The major exhibition on the Tudors is the first overall exhibition on this topic in Paris and in the whole country as well. The Tudors is one of the most …

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