Learn how to always be “à la mode” from Fanny and Corrine. These lovely ladies take us on a tour of some NYC fashion hot spots to tell us all about what’s hot in the springtime.
Though the Eiffel Tower used to be called, somewhat derisively, “the metal asparagus” by many Parisians, today it’s one of the most iconic and adored structures in the world. Here we get expert tips: on the best views, the best time to go, and what to see in the Tour itself.
Margaux and Manon are playing shop. Margaux is the lucky customer buying shoes and Manon settles for second best, playing the shopkeeper. Now you're all set to go shoe shopping on your next trip to France!
In the first episode of this documentary on Quebec, a young Frenchman shares his impressions on Canada. As the interviewees in the film demonstrate, the Quebecois have conflicting attitudes toward the French—some see them as "snobs," while others see them as just "polite."
Lionel gives us a tour of Strasbourg, the largest city in France's northeast region. He shows us its beautiful canals, bridges, half-timbered houses, and squares, as well as its famous cathedral.
Daniel takes us to Montmorency, a historic town in the Paris region that dates all the way back to the ninth century. Among many other attractions, the town features a public garden dedicated to Lucie Aubrac, one of the most famous figures of the French Resistance during World War II.
This video is all about the people of France, from the ancient Franks and Gauls to the present-day population, which currently numbers over sixty-six million inhabitants.
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