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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....

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....

Parc Monceau was created in 1778 by Phillippe d’Orléans, Duke of Chartres who was a cousin of King Louis XVI. As a lover of all things English, he wanted the park to be in the style of the day, inspired from the romantic English and German gardens. The Duke of Chartres commissioned the painter-...

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 16th district is one of the 20 districts of Paris. It is situated in the right bank, west of the city. This district is one of the most bourgeois part of Paris and is the district where majority of the rich people reside. It is also home to majority of the embassies such as that of Ireland, ...

Cluny is part of the Saône et Loire department in southern Burgundy. It abounds in vestiges from every period of its history, particularly from the Middle Ages and medieval town are still in place – when it was a spiritual, political and artistic center. Today Cluny offers both the outstanding...

Near the thirteenth century country house of Valence-sur-Baise, Flaran has one of the most well-preserved abbeys in the southwest of France.  Founded in 1151 in the Baïse valley,the monastic buildings are situated in a garden which are a perfect illustration of twelfth century Cistercian planning,...

Fontenay Abbey in Burgundy was founded in 1118 by Saint Bernard of Clairvaux, a leading French saint, and is the oldest preserved Cistercian abbey in the world. Recognized as French historic monument in 1862, it was declared World Heritage by Unesco in 1981. It was one of the first French monuments...

The Abbey is composed of the church, the conventual building, the Abbot’s lodge and the gardens. The church has a spire reaching 78 meters. You will find inside a nave and an apse as well as an ambulatory and five radiant chapels. Two crypts can also be found under the choir : one is entirely...

In 1139 Raymond Trencavel, Viscount of Beziers founded the Abbey of Valmagne in the Parish of Villeveyrac, near the port of Meze on the "Bassin de Thau". From the XII th. to the XIII th. Century, Valmagne was one of the richest abbeys in South of France. The actual church in classical Gothic style...

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