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  • Tattoo Tattooed Quai Branly Museum

    17 May 2014 ( #Museums )

    All tattooed The global history of tattooing is that of a group of technical gestures, tools, pigments and figurative processes intented to mark the body. One tattoos to cure, venerate, deify, marginalize, subjugate, punish, magnify or demean the bearer...

  • I, Augustus Emperor of Rome

    20 May 2014

    The largest exhibition ever dedicated to the Emperor Augustus is organised for the two thousandth anniversary of his death. The first exhibition dedicated to the ancient Rome at the Grand Palais. 200 works from around the word, antique masterpieces that...

  • Galleries of Comparative Anatomy and Paleontology at the National Museum of Natural History, Paris

    24 January 2014 ( #Museums )

    Inaugurated in 1898, the galleries show specimens of great historical and scientific value, such as dinosaurs, mammoths, rhinoceros skeleton of Louis XV and that of the southern right whale ..... In the gallery comparative anatomy, an overview of current...

  • The Centre Pompidou, Beaubourg, Paris.

    03 February 2014 ( #Museums, #Monuments )

    The Centre Pompidou is dedicated to all forms of visual culture. It owns the biggest collection of modern and contemporary art in Europe, where fine art rubs shoulders with design, architecture, phottography and new media. With more than 70 000 works,...

  • "Place des Vosges", Paris

    07 November 2013 ( #Monuments, #Museums, #Walks, #Parks )

    The former Place Royale renamed "Place des Vosges" in 1800, it's a place in "Le Marais", part of the 3rd and 4th arrondissements of Paris. The " Place des Vosges " is accessible to people with reduced mobility. To see all the photos from the album, click...

  • The Zadkine museum, Paris

    05 February 2014 ( #Museums )

    The Zadkine museum opened its doors to the public in 1982 and is housed in the home and studios where the sculptor lived and worked from 1928 until his death in 1967. The buildings and the works making up the museum’s collection were left to the City...

  • The musée Carnavalet, Paris - Exhibition "Roman d'une garde-robe"

    04 February 2014 ( #Museums )

    The musée Carnavalet is inviting visitors to discover Paris, the world fashion capital, in the compagny of Alice Alleaume, once head saleswoman at Chéruit, the famous couture house at 21 Place Vendôme. Recently Alleaume.s wardrobe was donated to the Palais...

  • Dapper museum, Paris. Arts of Africa.

    07 February 2014 ( #Museums )

    Dapper museum located 35bis rue Paul Valéry in the 16th district, opened in 1986. Spacious, modern, fully dedicated to Africa, the Caribbean and their diasporas, it provides space on two levels. Many exhibitions are held, all designed and made ​​by Christiane...

  • The Tuileries Garden, Paris

    12 April 2014 ( #Parks, #Walks )

    After some time without being able to walk in Paris, what a pleasure this walk this morning, lovers, in the Jardin des Tuileries. Spring blew the scents and colors ... What happiness! To see all the photos from the album, click on the link The Tuileries...

  • Louvre Museum - Exhibition "Egyptian Antiquities", Paris

    20 November 2013 ( #Museums, #Monuments, #Le Louvre )

    The Department of Egyptian Antiquities presents vestiges of civilizations that have succeeded on the Nile, from the Late Prehistoric Period (ca. 4000 BCE) until the Christian era (from the fourth century AD. J.-C). The Louvre Museum is accessible to people...

  • Accessibility of places ... information or propaganda?

    12 January 2014 ( #Us )

    To effectively prepare your visit to a museum or a monument, avoid to rely on official websites. The safest way is to call the information desk of each site and confirm the accessibility of the place, according to your disability. As Loïc is using a wheelchair,...

  • Louvre Museum - Exhibition "Islamic Art", Paris

    25 November 2013 ( #Museums, #Monuments, #Le Louvre )

    Opening in September 2012 new spaces dedicated to the collections of the Department of Islamic Art is the culmination of the largest construction site in the museum from the works of the great Louvre. Nearly 3,000 works are now exhibited, from over 1,000...

  • Louvre Museum - Exhibition "French Sculpture", Paris

    23 November 2013 ( #Museums, #Monuments, #Le Louvre )

    "The French sculpture", spread across many rooms of the Louvre around two courtyards covered, is located in the Richelieu wing. Italian, Spanish as well as schools of northern Europe sculptures are exhibited in the Denon wing, ground floor. Among the...

  • Louvre Museum - Exhibition "Art objects", Paris

    22 November 2013 ( #Museums, #Monuments, #Le Louvre )

    The department of art presents a world of objects shapes, materials and very different periods ranging from the early Middle Ages to the early nineteenth century jewelry, metalwork, enamels, ivories, bronzes and precious stones, ceramics, glassware, stained...

  • Louvre Museum - Exhibition "Arts of Africa, Asia, Oceania and the Americas", Paris

    21 November 2013 ( #Museums, #Monuments, #Le Louvre )

    The Department of Africa , Asia , Oceania and the Americas (also known as the Department of Arts of) Arts is established in the former Pavillon des Sessions at the Louvre. It is located on the ground floor at the southwest corner of the palace. Access...

  • Louvre Museum - History of the Louvre, Paris

    07 December 2013 ( #Le Louvre, #Museums, #Monuments )

    Since the late twelfth century, the Louvre buildings dominate the heart of Paris, located in the city limits, they were gradually overtaken by it then encompassed in its center. At the same time, the dark fortress of the early days was transformed into...

  • Louvre Museum - Exhibition "Foreign Sculptures", Paris

    01 December 2013 ( #Museums, #Monuments, #Le Louvre )

    Under the Grand Louvre project, the sculptures are divided into two areas, opened in 1993 and in 1994 the French collections on the ground floor of the Richelieu wing around courtyards covered Puget and Marly, foreign collections, the mezzanine and ground...

  • Louvre Museum - Exhibition "Eastern Antiquities", Paris

    30 November 2013 ( #Museums, #Monuments, #Le Louvre )

    The traditional historical and geographical scope of our collections cover a period of nine thousand years ranging from prehistory to the early Islamic period, and a territory whose borders are North Africa to the Indus and Asia plant, and the Black Sea...

  • Louvre Museum - Exhibition "Greek, Etruscan, and Roman", Paris

    27 November 2013 ( #Monuments, #Museums, #Le Louvre )

    The Department of Greek, Etruscan and Roman brings together works by three civilizations: Greek, Etruscan and Roman, illustrating the art of a vast region: Greece, Italy and throughout the Mediterranean basin, whose history extends the Neolithic period...

  • "Paris by night" and its most beautiful monuments

    18 November 2013 ( #Monuments, #Walks )

    Paris, City of Light is shining in the dark. During our trip to Paris illuminations, we make you discover the most fascinating places of Paris. Paris is one of the most visited cities in the world and receives more than 25 million visitors each year....

  • Paris 14th - "Parc Montsouris" - Stadium of Charléty - "Cité Universitaire", Paris

    29 November 2013 ( #Walks, #Parks )

    "Parc Montsouris" ... The creation of the park south of Paris under the leadership of Napoleon III as part of Haussmann major work was entrusted to the engineer Alphand. The emperor wanted to equip the cardinal points of Paris as great as London parks...

  • The "Petit Palais" Museum, Paris

    19 November 2013 ( #Monuments, #Museums )

    The "Petit Palais" is a museum in Paris, France. Built for the Universal Exhibition in 1900 to Charles Girault's designs, it now houses the City of Paris Museum of Fine Arts "musée des beaux-arts de la ville de Paris". The "Petit Palais" Museum is accessible...

  • The "Grand Palais" Museum - Exhibitions Miss Dior and Braque, Paris

    18 November 2013 ( #Monuments, #Museums )

    The "Grand Palais" is a Parisian monument located along the "Champs-Elysées", which is separated by the Avenue Winston Churchill, facing the "Petit Palais" in the 8th arrondissement. The "Grand Palais" was built for the Universal Exhibition held from...

  • "Palais de la Découverte", Paris

    16 November 2013 ( #Monuments, #Museums )

    The "Palais de la Découverte" is a science museum located in the "Grand Palais", in the 8th arrondissement on Avenue Franklin D. Roosevelt, Paris, France. It is open daily except Monday. The museum was created in 1937 by Jean Baptiste Perrin (awarded...

  • The cemetery of Père-Lachaise, Paris

    13 November 2013 ( #Walks, #Monuments )

    The cemetery of Père Lachaise is the largest cemetery in Paris intramural and one of the most famous in the world. It extends over 44 hectares and totals 70,000 concessions.Located in the 20th arrondissement of the city, many famous people are buried...

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