La photographie de trois soutiens-gorge, captée par le correspondant de Reuters à Marseille Jean-Paul Pélissier a connu un succès mondial sur les réseaux sociaux. Ces sous-vêtements étaient suspendus le vendredi 27 novembre à l’occasion de l’hommage national rendus aux victimes … Continue reading La photo des trois soutiens gorge bleu blanc rouge!
A man holds a giant pencil as he takes part in a solidarity march (Marche Republicaine) in the streets of Paris on January 11. French citizens were joined by dozens of foreign leaders, among them Arab and Muslim representatives, in … Continue reading Photo du jour /Picture of the Day
Marianne is a national emblem of France and an allegory of Liberty and Reason as well as one of the most prominent beloved symbols of the French Republic. Marianne holds a place of honor in France in town halls and law courts and symbolizes the “Triumph of the Republic”. Her bronze sculpture overlooks the Place de … Continue reading Notre Belle Marianne 2013!
In 1985, Parisian TV host (France 2)Michèle La Porta invented a way to eat without guilt and frustration. She created Starlette Cake™, a delicious cake with no sugar, no butter, no flour, no eggs and no fat at all! Could it be one … Continue reading Starlette Cake™: Why French Women Don’t Get Fat!
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The French tradition of the Easter Bells dates back from the 7th Century when the Church forbid the ringing of bells from Holy Thursday until Easter Sunday to grieve Christ’s death and celebrate the Resurrection. Children eagerly awaited the return … Continue reading The French Easter Bunny is…a Hen!