For the past several years, France has successfully retained the status of the number one tourist destination worldwide, with millions of travelers coming here every year. If you want to join all those who decided to discover amazing and beautiful France, and have already managed to get a visa and buy plane tickets online, then we offer you not only to enjoy the traditional tourist holiday in this famous “octagon” – to visit the top of the Eiffel towers, see Notre Dame, enjoy the beauties of the Cote d’Azur, but also become discoverers of something new and unusual. Continue reading
The World Institute of Minerals holds an exhibition of stones at the Grimaldi Forum of the Principality of Monaco. It was organized by a collector, for whom stones became the main passion in life, the charismatic Jean-Michel Leveque. In addition to the stones at the exhibition you can see marine fossils, rare butterflies. On the eve of holidays, the guests of the exhibition were given the opportunity to buy original Christmas and New Year gifts for their loved ones. Continue reading
As the press recently found out, in the very near future, Russian trains plying the route from Moscow to the capitals and cities of Europe and back will be significantly modernized and will turn into mini-hotels on iron wheels.
Will it be comfortable to sleep in them? And how will tourists attract new trains? This is currently thought by those travelers who managed to get a visa to France and planned an unforgettable vacation in Paris. Continue reading
The profession of an archaeologist in France can be obtained at special faculties at the universities of Paris, Lyon, Strasbourg or Lille. It should be borne in mind that the study of archeology in France, in contrast to Russia, takes place at art history faculties, and not at historical ones. With a Russian university diploma in higher education in history, it is possible to continue thematic studies at Master 1 departments, corresponding to the fourth year of the profession of an archaeologist. Continue reading
Did you know that in the so-called Overseas Territories of France, a total area of six hundred thousand square kilometers, is two million seven hundred and fifty thousand people? True, about half a million square kilometers of them located in the south of the Indian Ocean, having no population and bearing the name of FUAT (French South Antarctic Territories) are not recognized as property of France by the International Community, but this, in fact, does not change much. Continue reading