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The New Year

5 ,4, 3, 2, 1, Happy New Year! Whether you're popping champagne or kissing under the mistletoe at midnight, you owe it all to no one other than Julius Caesar

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Raw

A restaurant where baking, from starter to dessert, is persona non grata all in a sober and refined design.

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Sign in to an account? A story of log.

When you connect to one of your Internet accounts, for example, your Perfume Stories account, the word "login" appears. Inseparable from web 2.0, the story of this word goes back to the time of the great explorers and finds its genesis in a log attached to a string.

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December 10: Human Rights Day

On December 10, 1948, at the Palais Chaillot in Paris, the 58 member states of the UN, by resolution 217 A (III), adopt the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

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December 25: Merry Christmas or Merry Sun?

Although having largely lost its religious dimension in recent years, Christmas remains the celebration of the birth of the Messiah of Christians, Jesus of Nazareth. Yet before his birth, on the same date, another deity was celebrated: the Sun.

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Marché des Enfants Rouges

Located rue de Bretagne, 5 minutes’ walk from the Histoires de Parfums gallery, the Enfants-Rouges market is a place full of stories and stalls to discover with and without moderation.

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Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is a feast celebrated in the United States on the fourth Thursday of November, which commemorates the arrival of the Pilgrim Fathers in America and the help they received from the Native Americans.

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Le Louvre

November 18, 1793, four years after the start of the French Revolution, the Louvre which was residency for only the royal since the thirteenth century, opens its doors for the first time to the public.

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Beaujolais Nouveau

The Beaujolais Nouveau, is an early wine produced in the Beaujolais vineyards, which its release is celebrated worldwide on the third Thursday of November.

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