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That little French sweetness that makes slip our tongue but pleases our taste bud is one of the classic of the gastronomy. Let's learn how to make it and to name it properly.

The visionary founder of the modern Olympic Games. Baron Pierre de Coubertin was only 1,62 metres (5'3") tall, but by many measures, he was a giant of the 20th century. Born into the French aristocracy on 1 January 1863, he became a champion of the common man, embracing the values of France's Third Republic-liberty, equality, fraternity-as a young...

The tenth Exposition Universelle was organised in Paris in 1889, from the 15th May to the 6th November, and it was for this occasion that the Eiffel Tower was built. Stretching over 95 hectares, the Exposition filled the Champ-de-Mars, the Trocadero Hill, and the banks up to the Invalides esplanade, and the Eiffel Tower was at the centre of...

Arsène Lupin is a fictional gentleman thief and master of disguise created in 1905 by French writer Maurice Leblanc. Arsène Lupin, this carefree and dandy-looking thief, stealing from the Parisian aristocracy thanks to his formidable charm is a "big-hearted thief ", a hero wearing a monocle, a black cloak and a top hat who travels through time and...

More than 200 restoration professionals are working every day for 18 months to try to restore and save Notre Dame de Paris, the world's most famous cathedral. In April 2019, a fire had swept through its attic, melted its roof, and sent its spire plunging like an arrow into the heart of the sacred space. Now, it was silent but...

Even in terms of pastries, the English play the card of eccentricity. According to Tesco, the supermarket chain, 75% of their customers would demand straight croissants, which are easier to spread than curved croissants. "Many people only manage to get a perfect spread after three tries, which increases the risk of accidents involving fingers and...

French people have a great sense of humor. When it's about to print a new Stamp, with a modern and "family-friendly" design, they will of course hide the traditional uncovered breast, who is often criticized or censored by many brands all around the globe, who still use prudish copies of the famous Eugene Delacroix paint.

Two little mouthfuls of pleasure who are making turn the head spin of the Globe since 1862.


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