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Henri IV (1553-1610)
The first king of the Bourbon Dynasty and one of the most popular kings of ...France, Henry IV of France took the decision to abjure Protestantism. He was crowned in Chartres (25th February 1594) and signed the Edict of Nantes (13th April 1598) which led to the end of the Wars of Religion. Peace had finally come to unified France.
French silverware and goldware
The trade of silversmith and goldsmith is one of excellence in French ...craftsmanship, which underwent continued growth in the Middle Ages and a major revival in the classical era. Later, famous businesses, the heirs of this golden age and daughters of the Industrial Revolution, took the innovation and creativity of the sector to a new high.
The ghosts of the Louvre
As part of the first Enki Bilal exhibition at the Louvre, come and discover ...“Les Fantômes du Louvre” (“The Ghosts of the Louvre”) created by the famous comic book author.
The Late Raphael exhibition
In partnership with the Prado Museum, the Louvre Museum is hosting an ...unprecedented exhibition dedicated to the works produced by Raphael in Rome during the last – and highly prolific - years of his short life.
After eight successful annual events, Ville en Lumières has firmly established ...itself as a key summer marker in Troyes.
The National Museum of the Middle Ages
Paintings, tapestries, stained glass windows, everyday objects … the national ...museum of the Middle Ages takes you back into the heart of medieval times.
Exhibition: Saint Anne, at the Louvre
After two years renovation, Saint Anne, the masterpiece by Leonardo da Vinci, is ...once again visible in the Louvre Museum, in Paris. A great exhibition is devoted to it.
Inventing a treasure
Over five centuries old, the Pouilly-sur-Meuse Treasure is now at the heart of ...an exhibition dedicated to the precious tableware of the Renaissance. It can currently be seen at the Château d'Ecouen.
Writers and Intellectuals
Novelists, poets, philosophers, playwrights, men of letters...these make up some ...of France’s most prestigious writers and intellectuals. Discover their careers, their work and their ideals.