"France" Blogs & Blog Posts

French Photo Du JourFrench Photo Du Jour

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

 
paris france and beyondparis france and beyond

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

 
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

 
DavidikusDavidikus

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

 


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by archivistStepping outside of American Presbyterian history for a moment, here is an interesting interpretation as to how persecution worked to the advance of the Church in at least one chapter of church history. This particular passage is als...

It's no secret that European countries want major tech firms to pay more taxes, but how will they go about that beyond collecting back taxes? By taxing the companies where they'll feel it the most, that's how. The finance ministers of...

The Jacobites, supporters of King James II, were the original opponents of the Glorious Revolution of 1688. The Act of Union in 1707 had led to the creation of Great Britain, with a single parliament at West­min­ster. Scotland did not adapt easily...

In 1968 I saw Daniel Cohn-Bendit on tv and decided straight away who I would marry. The man of my dreams would have to be a red-head, Jewish, European-born and educated, politically left wing and a great Bridge player. In 1969, I met my now-husband J...

Emailed in by MBK from The Times:A teenage girl was killed and four people were seriously injured when a man drove a car on to the terrace of a pizza restaurant near Paris last night.Police said that it was a deliberate act but they did not suspect t...

Discovered by chance during the construction of a building in the center of Marseille, a Greek quarry dating from the 5th century BC will be partly classified. The Greek quarry dating from the 5th century BC in Marseille is going to be partly classi...

A "little Pompeii" is how French archaeologists are describing an entire ancient Roman neighbourhood uncovered on the outskirts of the southeastern city of Vienne, featuring remarkably preserved remains of luxury homes and public buildings. Archaeol...