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“Do Disturb” for the first time at the “Palais de Tokyo”

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From 10 to 12 April get ready for excitement, fun, energy and restlessness. "The Palais de Tokyo" is not going to fall asleep as it will be hosting the "Do Disturb" Festival, 3 succeeding days of nonstop energy, concerts, performances and parties. For this first edition, the "Palais de Tokyo" invites the MoMA PS1 (New York), Tate Modern (London), the Matadero Madrid, the National Centre for Visual Arts (CNAP, Paris). "Do Disturb" aims to provoke surprise and to open up the arts, pushing their … ...

" Paris Merveilles " the new show at The Lido

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After several months of hard work and intense reflections, The Lido has finally unveiled its new show: Paris Merveilles, a breathtaking choreography conducted by the renowned Franco Dragone. Discover The Lido as you’ve never seen before, totally refurbished and set to present an outstanding show, based on the latest technological innovations in sound, lighting, machinery and special effects, enhanced by majestic costumes, and amazing dancers. In a word, a new experience that exists only in The… ...

“ Le Marathon de Paris ”, the annual gathering of “volunteer athletes "

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April, 12th 2015 is going to be a memorable day for many of us, as it will be witnessing the Paris Marathon down the Champs Elysées, in the presence of 54 000 participants. The personal challenge will be combined with a tour of the city taking athletes around the most prestigious places in Paris: from the “ Arc de Triomphe ”, the participants will be running down the " Champs Elysées  towards " Concorde ". The “ Rue de Rivoli ” will then lead to the “ Place de la Bastille ”, and then to the “ B… ...

La Victoire de Samothrace: rediscover a masterpiece at the Louvre Museum

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The outstanding silhouette of the La Victoire de Samothrace (Samothrace Victory) has regained its centrality to the Louvre Museum after over a year of restoration. From March, 5 to June 15, 2015 the Louvre Museum is holding an exhibition that recalls the discoveries and secrets revealed during the restoration process of this masterpiece. According to the legend, the monument of the Samothrace Victory, consisting of a winged goddess statue - the messenger of Victory - and a prow-shaped base rest… ...

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