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Forbes : Metz is one of the five historic french cities to explore after Paris

Forbes Five Historic French Cities To Explore After Paris

In the article “Five Historic French Cities To Explore After Paris“, Forbes highlights some of the most beautiful cities in France, including Metz. Nîmes, Quimper, Bourges, Metz and Pau are part of this selection of tourist destinations that Forbes has selected for their History with a capital H. The paragraph dedicated to Metz does not …

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EUROPE SEEN FROM THE SKY wins aerial photographer of the year award in Los Angeles

Europe Vue Du Ciel Prix Photographe Aerien

The Europe from the Sky team, established since 2010 at Chambley aerodrome (LFJY) in the Grand Est region, was tripled in 2020 at the congress of the International Association of Professional Aerial Photographers (PAPA) which is held in early March in Los Angeles. The Aerial Photographer of the Year Award is the highest award given …

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Metz – the evolution of fortification in the Middle Ages

Fruit of several years of research by the Historia Metensis association, this video presents thanks to precise 3D reconstructions the appearance of the fortifications of Metz during the Middle Ages, its evolution and its link with the historical context. We hope you will find it an invitation to visit the remains with a different look.

Lorraine, heart region

Lorraine Heart Region

Crossed by the Moselle, the Meurthe and the Meuse, Lorraine is the only French region to have a border with three countries: Belgium, Luxembourg and Germany. It is at the heart of European identity and history. Despite its tormented historical past, it maintains a dynamism and a strong attractiveness. In summary : The Moselle Young …

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