Thanksgiving in France: Do the French Celebrate it too?

Thanksgiving is celebrated in the United States on the fourth Thursday in November (25 November in 2021). Thanksgiving is undoubtedly the most celebrated day in the United States ... lire plus !

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Halloween in Alsace: 5 Legendary Places to Explore

Halloween in Alsace? I might as well tell you right now, the parties and animations organised in the region are not on par with the Christmas festivities. For ... lire plus !

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The Feast of Saint John in France

The feast of Saint John in France celebrates the birth of St John the Baptist, Jesus’ cousin who baptised him in the Jordan River. The Church has given ... lire plus !

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Easter in France: All There Is To Know!

For many, Easter in France evokes a certain sweetness of life, a springtime celebration that is both childlike and family-friendly. The great Easter Sunday family meal gathers the ... lire plus !

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The French Christmas Traditions: A Discovery Guide!

The French consider Christmas as one of their most important holidays, alongside Bastille Day! How many of us have cherished memories of the most wonderful time of the ... lire plus !

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The return from the Alpine pastures in Annecy

I’ve known about the return from the Alpine pastures for a long time. I had heard of great festivals happening in Austria, Switzerland and Bavaria, but only recently ... lire plus !

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Christmas 2016 at Galeries Lafayette Haussmann

Christmas 2016 at Galeries Lafayette is just amazing. The department store has done a great work this year with beautiful and creative decoration. The theme chosen for the window display ... lire plus !

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2016 Bastille Day parade on the Champs-Élysées

Here are a few facts about the 2016 Bastille Day parade on the Champs-Élysées that will take place on July, 14.   2016 Bastille Day parade The 2016 ... lire plus !

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How do we call oxeye daisy in French?

This morning we went on a nice family walk in our neighbourhood. The Park of Maisons-Laffitte is a great place to stroll on a Sunday morning as most ... lire plus !

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What are the traditions of Good Friday in France?

Good Friday is part of the Holy Week of Easter and commemorates the sacrifices Jesus-Christ made and his crucifixion at Calvary some 2,000 years ago. In France, the ... lire plus !

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