Matisse and Memory: Afternoon Revelations at the MoMA

A viewing of Matisse's Cut-Outs is reminiscent of being young in France.

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5 Must-See Museums in Paris (That Aren't the Louvre)

From natural history to contemporary art, Paris is home to world-class museums that hold a multitude of treasures.

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3 Scary Spots in France

The French don’t typically celebrate Halloween. Sure, there’s the occasional costume party, and some stores sell Halloween-related goods (like a carve your own pumpkin kit). However, for the most part, the concept of Halloween hasn’t taken hold in France. If you happen to find yourself in my favorite country on Halloween and want to add a little spookiness (with a side of history) to your day, there are plenty of options. Here are my top three suggestions:

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An Afternoon in Paris’ Marais District

Paris’ oldest neighborhood, Le Marais, offers plenty for tourists. Stroll past the oldest private residence in Paris (which dates to the early 15th century) located on the Rue de Montmorency, view artistic masterpieces, shop unique pieces, and indulge in fantastic food while spending an afternoon in this unforgettable part of the City of Lights.

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Love Hurts: Paris Pont des Arts Bridge Collapses

When The Beatles proclaimed that “love is all you need”, they clearly hadn’t taken the Pont des Arts bridge into consideration. This past Sunday, a 6.5-foot expanse of the padlock-adorned passage was literally loved to death.

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