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Gazzetta was Italian for a 16th-century coin that happened to be the price of the first Venetian newspaper. The French gave the word a Gallic twist in the 17th century as a label for the first newspapers in Paris.
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Notre Dame de Paris: A history of construction, destruction and renewal
The cathedral — considered the geographical center of France — has evolved throughout its existence.
Meeting a maestro of masterpieces who crossed Leonardo Da Vinci's path
Patrick de Bayser presides over a private gallery that continues to present and discover master works of drawing.
In Montmartre’s historic vineyard, a living chapter of Paris history
While most vineyards face south for optimal sun exposure, Clos Montmartre faces north. Still, the vines of Montmartre persist, 86 years after the vineyard was founded.
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