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The French Architects Who Made New York’s Masterpieces

The Statue of Liberty is the only Made in France item in New York. A slew of the city's most famous buildings were designed by Frenchmen.

Art Nouveau Icon Le Grand Café Capucines Reopens with a Modern...

A giant of the Art Nouveau era, Le Grand Café Capucines got a facelift.

The Champs-Élysées Needs A Facelift

"The Champs Elysees is an international symbol, a myth, an icon. It should reveal what the nation does best.”

Global Architectural Competition Launched To Rebuild Notre-Dame’s Spire

Will the Notre Dame spire be rebuilt... or completely redesigned?

Notre-Dame Has A History Of Restoration, And It’s Not Over Yet

The Notre Dame has seen quite a bit of damage in its time. And it'll survive this round, too.

7 French Beach Towns to Visit this Summer

If you thought you'd made your travel plans for the summer, this article might change your mind.

9 French Towns that’ll Make You Feel Like You’re Living in...

Visit the French towns and castles that inspired stories like "Beauty and the Beast" and "Sleeping Beauty."

The Secret Versailles Apartments of Louis XV’s Mistresses

If your palace has 700 rooms, you might as well keep a few for your mistresses.

The Notre Dame de Paris is Looking for a Savior

Paris's most famous cathedral needs a facelift... but who's going to pay for it?

Where to Find France in Philadelphia, Paris’ Sister City

Paris and Philly go way back. Can you guess exactly how far?
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