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For more than 60 years, the famous and one of the highest hands in Chamonix has been a world-class site. From the centre of Chamonix, the Aiguille du Midi cable car takes you in 20 minutes to the gates of the Haute Montagne at 3842 m.From the top of its 3777m, the Aiguille du Midi and its...

Aiguillette des Houches is a magnificent stroll in the heart of the Mont-Blanc Massif that takes part of the Tour du Mont Blanc. With its sumptuous views of the Mont Blanc Massif, this hike will undoubtedly remain an unforgettable experience for the hiker. The itinerary describes a loop starting...

From 1914 to 1918, some 295,000 Australians served on the western front. Discover the Australian World War 1 sites in the North of France. Over 46,000 died there and 134,000 were wounded or captured. As with all armies, there was a constant turnover of personnel owing to death, wounds and illness....

In Honfleur, near the Carnot Basin, visit one of the last remnants of Honfleur from the Second World War: the station's Blockhaus.   In a 350 m² blockhouse, discover a 1939-1945 exhibition with more than 50 period outfits, documents and photographs. By 1942, it could accommodate 200 soldiers. This...

Fort Uxegney, briefly renamed Fort Roussel in 1887, is a fortification that forms part of the fortified town of Épinal, located northeast of the town of Uxegney (Vosges). It was built from 1882 to 1884 and then modernized until 1914.It is an example of a fortification in eastern France of the Séré...

The first serious explorations started in August 1908. Mr. Dunac, a doctor living in Foix, accompanied by his two sons and by two young army officers, Leguiller and Rochette, venture in the Ayguo Perdent, follow the Fajal river till the confluence and discover the Underground River of Labouïche....

 Located in close proximity to the main sanctuaries of cave art registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site (Font-de-Gaume caves, Combarelles…), the museum houses exceptional collections that retrace more than 400 millennia of human presence.Starting in 1913, Denis Peyrony, a tireless researcher...

The construction of Parc Monceau dates back to the 17th century, under the orders of the Duke of Chartres. Situated in the 8th arrondissement, today it is one of the most elegant gardens in Paris, and a reflection of the district. Visitors can enter through the great wrought iron gates embellished...

Built from stone of Jaumont, a local limestone rock, from the 13th to the 16th centuries, the silhouette of Metz Cathedral blends harmoniously into the Metz landscape. This gothic masterpiece is distinguished by the height of its nave (more than 42 metres) and its exceptional brightness. Featuring...

The Church of St Eustache, Paris  is a church in the 1st arrondissement of Paris. The present building was built between 1532 and 1632. Situated near the site of Paris' medieval marketplace (Les Halles) and rue Montorgueil, Saint-Eustache exemplifies a mixture of multiple architectural styles: its...

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