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Clés pour la France en 80 icônes culturelles

Dennis C. Meyer

2010    192 Pages    (French and European Publications Inc)

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France et les Francais

Pierre Brodin, Frederic Ernst

1972    332 Pages    (Holt,Rinehart & Winston of Canada Ltd)

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France - Glorious gardens

2008   

France Magazine - Camembert - Gardens - Art deco swimming pools - Brittany, Issue 88

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France - Hidden treasures

2007   

France Magazine - Tour de France - Cirulades - paris Antiques - Cornouaille - Provence

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France - Island Life

2009   

France Magazine - Belle-Île - Vendôme - Montpellier - Burgundy - Hunting for gold, Issue 94

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France - Paris on a budget

2009   

France Magazine - Pars for every budget - Pas-de-Calais war memorials - Colman

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France - Roman holiday

2008   

France Magazine Issue 85- Penelope Fillon- Roman Holiday - Paris Shopping - Mont Blanc

France Magazine Issue 85- Penelope Fillon- Roman Holiday - Paris Shopping - Mont Blanc [less]

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France - Take it slow

2008   

France Magazine - Paris - Perpignan - Nord-Pas-de-Calais - The Lot - Issue 96

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France - The best of Bordeaux

2008    (France Magazine)

Magazine - Bordeaux - La Réunion - Le Mans - Truffle Hunting - Fashionistas of France

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France - Wine Country

2007   

France Magazine - Burgundy - Petite Camargue - Boulogne - Aubusson - Paris - Huelgoat

France Magazine - Burgundy - Petite Camargue - Boulogne - Aubusson - Paris - Huelgoat [less]

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Hexagone. Sur les routes de l'histoire de France (French Edition)

Lorànt Deutsch, Emmanuel Haymann

2013    (Michel Lafon)

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la conquête du Mont-Blanc (Découvertes Gallimard) (French Edition), A

Yves Ballu

1986    176 Pages    (Gallimard])

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Le château de Champs (French Edition)

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Le goût de Toulouse

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Les Francais sont aussi comme ca (French Edition)

Andre Harris

411 Pages    (Editions de Fallois)

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Les Francais, Traduit de l''Anglais par eric Diacon

T Zeldin

1983    (Fayard)

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Métronome: L'histoire de France au Rythme du Métro Parisien (French Edition)

Lorant Deutsch

2009    380 Pages    (French and European Publications Inc)

Ne redoutez pas un guide pontifiant, Lorànt Deutsch nous livre ses découvertes dans un ouvrage qui lui ressemble : rapide, ludique et imprévu. Saviez-vous que la Lutèce des origines ne se situait pas à Paris, mais à Nanterre ? Que les corps des derniers combattants gaulois massacrés par les Romains sont enfouis sous la tour Eiffel ? Que la première cathédrale de France se trouve, presque intacte, sous le parking d' [...]

Ne redoutez pas un guide pontifiant, Lorànt Deutsch nous livre ses découvertes dans un ouvrage qui lui ressemble : rapide, ludique et imprévu. Saviez-vous que la Lutèce des origines ne se situait pas à Paris, mais à Nanterre ? Que les corps des derniers combattants gaulois massacrés par les Romains sont enfouis sous la tour Eiffel ? Que la première cathédrale de France se trouve, presque intacte, sous le parking d'un immeuble moderne du Ve arrondissement ? Derrière les murs sages de la rue Saint-Benoît, admirez la tour de défense construite par Philippe Auguste au xiiie siècle, allez rendre visite au bistrotier qui entasse ses vins dans une cellule de la Bastille, miraculeusement sauvée de la destruction, et devinez qui se cache, encore aujourd'hui, sous la statue d'Henri IV au Pont-Neuf : vous reviendrez du voyage les yeux écarquillés, séduit par des révélations que vous ne soupçonniez même pas. [less]

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Rendez-vous en France - Marseille, Provence

2013   

Magazine - Marseille Provence

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Routes des Pyrénées

Paul Guiton

1952    263 Pages    (Arthaud)

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Splendor of France: Chateaux, Mansions, and Country Houses, The

1995    288 Pages    (Universe)

The elegant châteaux, luxurious estates, and stately private residences built in France over the past several centuries are spectacularly presented in this landmark volume. These dignified houses are remarkable not only for their beauty, but also for the rich history that has imbued their walls for centuries. Often built over long periods of time, expanded and redecorated according to the taste of the period, scarred by revolution and war, and restored magnificently by some of the best- [...]

The elegant châteaux, luxurious estates, and stately private residences built in France over the past several centuries are spectacularly presented in this landmark volume. These dignified houses are remarkable not only for their beauty, but also for the rich history that has imbued their walls for centuries. Often built over long periods of time, expanded and redecorated according to the taste of the period, scarred by revolution and war, and restored magnificently by some of the best-known architects, interior decorators, and artists of their epochs, these great houses are tangible records of France's glorious past-- and present.More than twenty-five of the most enchanting properties are captured in all their glory. The reader is taken on a photographic tour through the regions of France, with visits to the châteaux in the Loire, Brittany, Burgundy, and Provence, among others. The thresholds of a number of the most private grand houses in and around Paris, the world capital of fashion and décor, are also crossed. Accompanying the magnificent photographs is text describing the fascinating history of each locale.The diverse architecture, incredible interiors, priceless furniture, painting, and sculpture collections, and fabulous, inventive designs for gardens and the surrounding landscape are focused on in this astounding and complete view of a particularly intriguing way of life that is difficult to conceive of as existing in the late twentieth century. Some of the most famous and beloved houses of the French nation, as well as some of the most private and difficult to visit, are illustrated. This is a book that celebrates the legendary and often-mimicked French life-style at its pinnacle. [less]

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Versailles (Wonders of Man)

Christopher Hibbert, The Editors Of Newsweek Book Division

176 Pages    (TBS The Book Service Ltd)

Illustrated with Color and B\W photographs. Includes Chronology of French History, Family Tree of the Royal Houses of France, Guide to the Chateaux of France, and a Selected Bibliography.

Illustrated with Color and B\W photographs. Includes Chronology of French History, Family Tree of the Royal Houses of France, Guide to the Chateaux of France, and a Selected Bibliography. [less]

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Wicked French

Howard Tomb

1989    64 Pages    (Workman Publishing Company)

Any French language guide can teach you a simple phrase like J'ai faim! ("I'm starving!") But only Wicked French will give you the edge on a snooty Parisian waiter: Garcon! N'avez-vous pas de glacons pour le vin? ("Boy! Don't you have any ice cubes for the wine?")While humiliated tourists mispronounce "This wine is good" (Ce vin est bon), you'll handle the French impressively with expressions like "The Haut-Medoc tries to tickle but [...]

Any French language guide can teach you a simple phrase like J'ai faim! ("I'm starving!") But only Wicked French will give you the edge on a snooty Parisian waiter: Garcon! N'avez-vous pas de glacons pour le vin? ("Boy! Don't you have any ice cubes for the wine?")While humiliated tourists mispronounce "This wine is good" (Ce vin est bon), you'll handle the French impressively with expressions like "The Haut-Medoc tries to tickle but pinches instead." (Ce Haut-Medoc essaye de chatouiller mais il pince.) Make new friends by knowing the only compliment a Frenchman wants to hear: Vous etes les gens les plus intelligents du monde. (You are the most intelligent people on earth.") With quick-to-find practical tips throughout, Wicked French gives even the first-time visitor the confidence to keep his nose held high.  [less]

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