"France" Blogs & Blog Posts

French Photo Du JourFrench Photo Du Jour

Real photos. Real France. Daily snapshots and snippets of life in France......

 
DavidikusDavidikus

Davidikus is the visual diary of an exile in London. It is solely a photobl...

 
Provence PostProvence Post

If you live in, travel to or just love the South of France...

 
Alizee NationAlizee Nation

All about the French singer Alizee from the island of Corsica

 
paris france and beyondparis france and beyond

weekly blog about paris and greater france and occasionally other places an...

 


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The Dental Anthropology Group of the Centro Nacional de Investigación sobre la Evolución Humana (CENIEH), in collaboration with the paleoanthropologist Amélie Vialet of the Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle (MNHN) in Paris, has just published...

Almost a year after Google introduced Play Pass on Android, it’s expanding the game and app subscription service outside of the US. It’ll be available in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, New Zealand, Spain and the United Kingdo...

A few months after Google released its second-generation Pixel Buds in the US, they’re now on sale in some other countries. Folks in Canada, the UK, Australia, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Singapore and Spain are among those who can get their h...

A team of Inrap archaeologists is currently carrying out an excavation in Autun - the ancient Augustodunum - in collaboration with the Archaeological Service of the town of Autun. The excavation concerns a necropolis located near the early Christian...

On my final day, I headed north to Saint-Denis. After checking out of my hotel, I opted to have my luggage stored for the day, since I don't have my flight until later that evening. I then took the metro to head all the way to the royal basilica.

President Woodrow Wilson helped create the League of Nations post-WW1 at the Versailles Conference June 1919. But the US Sen­ate rej­ect­ed membership and the U.S with­drew into isolation. As Europe moved to WW2 in the 1930s, the League was un­a...

It was raining that day. So after visiting a museum and having lunch, I wanted to find another interior destination. So I ended up in the Panthéon, in the Latin Quarter, in the 5th arrondissement. More...