The Museum of Fine Arts in Rennes had already become free with the Covid-19 crisis

Rennes: The Museum of Fine Arts Becomes Free

This decision, which had been taken on a provisional basis due to the health crisis, was made final by the Rennes municipal council on Monday 21st September 2020. A new measure to facilitate access to culture for all . Monday 21st September 2020, the Rennes municipal council voted to grant free admission to the Musée des Beaux-Arts,  for the permanent route (and not […]

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In addition to the temporary exhibitions installed in part of La Piscine de Roubaix (North), discover the permanent collections, highlighted in the new part of the museum, inaugurated in October 2018.

Roubaix: Last Days of the Temporary Exhibitions of the La Piscine Museum

You have a few days left to enjoy the temporary exhibitions of the museum La Piscine de Roubaix (Nord). You will be reminded of the one that is visible until Sunday, January 20th. These are already the last days of opening temporary exhibitions visible at the Museum Pool Roubaix (North) , since its reopening in October 2018 . Sunday 20th January, 2018 are […]

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Man arrested at the Loure in Paris after undressing in front of Mona Lisa

Paris: Man at the Louvre, Arrested Naked in Front of the Mona Lisa

A Spanish 28-year undressed before the picture of the Mona Lisa, the Louvre Museum in Paris, Monday 22nd January, 2018. He was arrested and taken into custody. Has he been troubled by Mona Lisa portrait? A man of 28 years was arrested by police on Monday 22nd January, 2018, after undressing in front of the Mona Lisa in the Louvre in […]

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The museum in the Chateau of Brest now has a German Submarine as part of its exhibits

Brest: A German Submarine in the Castle

The submersible was used to spy on the French coast during World War II. How is is found among the marine museum collections? “This is probably the most impressive part of the museum,” said Jean-Yves Besselièvre, Marine Museum administrator of Brest. Being eleven meters long, six tons and two torpedoes -  “false, of course”  - it is true that […]

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The Maille-Breze warship, reopens in Nantes on the 16th August

Nantes: The Maille-Breze Reopens from this Tuesday, August 16

After its cinematic escapade, the Maille-Breze Escort reopens the doors to its museum ship, from this Tuesday, August 16th, at its home port, Quai de la Fosse in Nantes. The old warship had left the estuary mid-April to Dunkirk pulled by two powerful tugs. In May, in the North Sea, it was taking part in the […]

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The Museum in Le-Mans could transfer ownership to the ACO

Le-Mans: The Museum of the 24 H, Soon Property of the ACO?

So far managed by the centre culturel (conseil départemental), the Le-Mans Museum of the 24 H could pass to the control of the ACO. The museum in Le-Mans, that celebrates the famous circuit of the Le-Mans 24 Hours race, could pass under the control of the ACO (Automobile Club de l’Ouest). This Friday, Pierre Fillon, President […]

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