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Welcome to our news section "Gazette"

The word Gazette embodies many of our attributes: a compelling combination of storytelling, journalism, and context.

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.
Mar 2020

Musée Gustave Moreau keeps artist’s spirit alive

More than a century ago, the artist himself transformed his family home into a showplace for his other worldly artworks.

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Feb 2020

In the footsteps of aristocrats at Hôtel de Lauzun in Paris

The 17th-century private mansion can still be unlocked for visits, and Ingrid Held holds the key.

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Feb 2020

Memories of the World War I in Paris

The Great War changed the world forever, nowhere more so than in France. Curtis Bartosik is passionate about sharing its mementos in Paris.

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Feb 2020

Galloping to victory in Maisons-Laffitte

Once the seat of royal stables, the birthplace of horse racing in France is still the vital heart of the sport.

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