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Past articles by Sylvia:

You Won't Believe What This French Artist Does With the Humble Needle and Thread

The work of French artist Mathieu Ducournau lies somewhere undefinable between textile art and "painting with thread." → Read More

The Most Controversial Monument in France Right Now

Why a seemingly simple and unassertive statue in a small town is at the centre of a controversial legal battle in France → Read More

This French Theme Park is a Nerd's Robotic Dream

A meeting of art, performance, and science in the amazing bestiary of machines in France. → Read More

Study Says French Women Are Technically Working 'For Free' Until End of Year

Why the gender gap may be getting worse, and what French women are doing about it. → Read More

The One Thing You Shouldn't Say in France

How to avoid an embarrassing and potentially hazardous faux-pas when you visit France. → Read More

France's Craziest Project Yet? Building a Château Using Only Materials from the Middle Ages

In the middle of a forest in Burgundy, highly skilled artisans work hand-in-hand with academics to unveil the secrets of medieval building techniques → Read More

The Best French City to Live in Has Been Revealed

A new study compared data from the main cities in France to select the city with the best combination of factors making it the favourite → Read More

12 Things You'll Only Learn if You Visit France

There are certain peculiar customs, habits, and traditions that will become apparent only when you visit France. Discover some of what to look out for → Read More

11 Things You Can Only Buy in France

Check out our list of some unique and special items to add to your shopping list on your next trip to France → Read More

The Greatest Dance Songs That Will Help You Learn French

Brush up your language skills as you hit the dance floor with these fun and very French dance tracks. → Read More

Northern France's Largest Christmas Market You Should Know

Follow the twinkling lights to the joyful Christmas market of the cosmopolitan city of Lille → Read More

13 Things Only the French Say

Cheese, mustard and three-legged ducks. Explore the wonderfully weird world of French expressions. → Read More

Beautiful French Names and What They Mean

French names have a certain 'je ne sais quoi'. Learn some of the most beautiful names, their meanings, where they hail from, and how to pronounce them → Read More

Taste France's Eclectic Flavors at These 14 New Restaurants

Make a note of these intriguing new foodie addresses to visit on your next trip to France. → Read More

Escape to France's Most Secluded and Quiet Beaches

Love the beach but hate the crowds? Discover some of the most beautiful beaches in France that are off the beaten path and therefore more tranquil. → Read More

Why September is a Magical Time to Visit Lille

On the first weekend in September Lille transforms into the largest flea market in Europe, and a street party with music, dancing and food to match. → Read More

A French Legend Is Receiving a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame—About Time!

Music legend Charles Aznavour, dubbed 'France's Frank Sinatra' has charmed world audiences for seven decades with the profound humanity of his songs. → Read More

18 Photos of Alsace You'll Want to Go and Take Yourself

Get your camera ready and join us on a visual tour of the scenic French region of Alsace → Read More

Remembering What Holocaust Survivor Simone Veil Did for Abortion Rights

The late social reformer Simone Veil is hailed as a national hero in France. Among her most salient contributions was to the abortion law in the 1970s → Read More

Locals Found Refuge on the Beach Amid French Riviera Wildfires

Forest fires ravaging large swaths of the French Riviera forced large-scale evacuations on Wednesday, forcing some people to relocate to the beach. → Read More