The louvre

See art in Paris, not just at the Louvre

In the 3rd arrondissement, the small streets that run from the Picasso Museum to the Place de la République form the golden triangle of the coolest designer district in Paris, the Haut Marais. The transformation actually began in the middle of the 13th century, when Charles I, brother of Louis IX, built his residence at […]

Palace of versailles

Stunning images show the opulence of the Palace of Versailles

Posted August 21, 2020, 12:22 BST Louis XIV, also known as the Sun King because of his emblem of Apollo, built the luxurious property on an east-west axis to follow the rising sun. Photographed by Thomas Garnier, EPV in collaboration with Skydrone the Hall of Mirrors– formerly known as the Grand Gallery – was one […]

Notre-dame de paris

Notre-Dame de Paris: the restoration of the organs has begun

The dismantling of the Grand organ of the cathedral of Paris has just begun. While the instrument was spared by the fire of April 15, 2019, its condition requires careful restoration which should be completed in 2024. “It was a very delicate phase, a source of great stress for all of us”, explained Christian Lutz, […]

Eiffel tower

The story of the Eiffel Tower’s forgotten competitors – OZY

Because iconic horizons are never predetermined. The World’s Fairs launched some of our boldest and most iconic structures, but there were still many wilder ones on the cutting room floor. These fantastical structures – think of a 1,000 foot guillotine or a 1,000 mile toboggan run – represent an era of architectural ambition and wonder. […]

Notre-dame de paris

A new version of ‘Notre Dame de Paris’ is coming to Seoul

Scene from “Notre Dame de Paris” (Mast Entertainment) Scene from “Notre Dame de Paris” (Mast Entertainment) The original French production of the musical “Notre Dame de Paris” will be performed on stage in Korea from Nov. 10 to Jan. 17 at Blue Square Interpark Hall in central Seoul, Mast Entertainment confirmed Thursday. The Seoul shows […]