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2013 Spring Summer Paris Fashion Week
Highlights of the 2013 Spring Summer Paris Ready-to-Wear Fashion Week, which ran ...from 25 September to 3 October in the world's fashion capital.
The Army Museum
If the words armour, artillery and contingent fascinate you, the Musée de ...l'Armée (the Army Museum) awaits you. Located in the magnificent and impressive Hôtel national des Invalides, it evokes all aspects of the great battles and wars fought by France, through objects and documents.
Impressionist and post-impressionist painters have found their cocoon: in the ...old Orangerie of the Tuileries Gardens, the Orangerie Museum presents an impressive collection of the works of Monet and some (very well) chosen works of 18th and 19th century painters!
The history of Paris
Paris has proffered many different profiles in the centuries between the ...Gallo-Roman town and the 21st century city. In spite of the wear of time and history, the political, economic and artistic capital has preserved a unique architectural heritage that makes it a leading destination, the entry point to France for many visitors.
The art of painting France took off in the Renaissance, a European cultural ...movement that brought the arts into the foreground, where they remain today. Initially favoured by Kings, painting gradually freed itself from this power and drew strength from the boldness of painters.
Beautiful religious buildings
Paris is full of religious buildings with incredible history and architecture.
While French music immediately brings to mind the big names of French chanson, ...like Edith Piaf for example, its popularity is not just a thing of the past. Today, it is still dynamic in all of its forms, from the contemporary classical genre, with the composer and conductor Pierre Boulez, to the exciting electro scene, led by Daft Punk and the group Air.