Archive for March, 2016

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7 Things You Don’t Know About The Cote D’Azur

Written by Emily Benton, Click Stay  https://www.clickstay.com/   The French Riviera, or the Cote d’Azur, is the beautiful stretch of coastline in the south-eastern corner of France. The nickname of the Azure Coast was coined by the famous poet Stéphen Liégeard, who entitled his 1887 book La Cote d’Azur. It’s now known as the ultimate holiday destination, offering white sandy beaches,

Posted by Hutchinson Immobilier on Mar 23, 2016

Homes buried by Vesuvius, Pompeii, have been restored

Six homes at the famous archaeological site have been returned to their former glory, offering a vital insight into life and the arts before the deadly volcanic eruption that buried Pompeii in 79 AD. Two thousand years after Mount Vesuvius wiped out the town’s population, visitors can walk through the houses and admire the beautifully decorated

Posted by Hutchinson Immobilier on Mar 18, 2016

Var Car Rides, St Tropez 2016

The 16th edition of Var Car Rides will be from Thursday 31st March until Sunday 3rd of April. This event is all about car made before 1940. This year, there will be 25 cars: 15 from France and 12 from other countries (USA, Italia, Slovaquia, Germany, England, Belgium and Switzerland). The cars will be at

Posted by Hutchinson Immobilier on Mar 17, 2016

Klaus Meister Art Exhibition, 24th-30th March 2016

Klaus Meister was born in Germany at Kassel. He currently studies in graphic design at the School of Fine Arts of Kassel but has a workshop in Gassin next to Saint-Tropez. Assistant decorator at the National Theatre of Kassel, he focuses on to his paintings between Saint-Tropez, Paris and Berlin. He also created a collection

Posted by Hutchinson Immobilier on Mar 15, 2016

Rembrandt portraits revealed in the presence of Hollande and the Dutch Royals

Two of Rembrandt portraits owned privately for more than 130 years went on public display in Paris on Thursday, bought under shared ownership by the French capital’s Louvre museum and the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. The portraits date back to 1634 and portray Amsterdam trader Marten Soolmans and his wife Oopjen Coppit. They were painted by

Posted by Hutchinson Immobilier on Mar 11, 2016

RIP- Sir George Martin dies age 90

Sir George Martin, the legendary music producer who made the Beatles into the world’s most important pop music force, has died at the age of 90. Ringo Starr tweeted, “God bless George Martin peace and love to Judy and his family.” Starr followed the message by posting a photo of the Fab Four with Martin,

Posted by Hutchinson Immobilier on Mar 10, 2016

Spring Arts Festival, Monaco 2016

In 1970, the International Festival of Monte Carlo Arts was created, chaired by Princess Grace. The idea behind the festival is to firstly vary the nature of the shows in the festival and secondly to satisfy the standing audience during the event. In 1981, it was decided that the International Festival of Arts- which was

Posted by Hutchinson Immobilier on Mar 09, 2016

Forbe’s Napoléon III collection goes up for Auction

A huge collection of artefacts from the life of French emperor Napoléon III- owned by US billionaire and Francophile Christopher Forbes- went under the hammer in France last weekend, with a host of France’s biggest museums among the buyers. “Ninety-nine percent” of the collection – which included some 1,300 letters and manuscripts, and more than 500 paintings

Posted by Hutchinson Immobilier on Mar 08, 2016

A Super Yacht that puts on a spectacular display at night

Billionaire super yacht owners are always looking to one-up each other with extravagant features, but this is one luxury vessel that will really allow them to stand out – especially at night. Designed by a team in the Netherlands, the state-of-the-art concept yacht, called Moonstone, features a ‘twinkling’ hull that reflects the water in sunlight

Posted by Hutchinson Immobilier on Mar 04, 2016

Operas and Ballets at the Cinema St Tropez

  Saturday 26th December 4:00pm- Swan Lake (Ballet) Saturday 16th January 4:00pm- Parisian Life (Opera) Saturday 6th February 4:00pm- Don Quixote (Ballet) Saturday 20th February 4:00pm- The Damnation of Faust (Opera) Saturday 5 March 4:00pm- Sleeping Beauty (Ballet) Saturday 19th March 4:00pm- Mireille (Opera) Saturday 2nd April 4:00pm- Il Trovatore (Opera)    Address: Cinéma La

Posted by Hutchinson Immobilier on Mar 03, 2016

DiCaprio finally wins Best Actor at the Oscars

Written by France 24   In an upset, Tom McCarthy’s “Spotlight” won the Oscar for best picture, while Leonardo DiCaprio clinched the award for best actor in Alejandro Inarritu’s “The Revenant” at the 88th Academy Awards on Sunday. McCarthy’s film about the Boston Globe’s investigative reporting on sexual abuse by Roman Catholic priests – an

Posted by Hutchinson Immobilier on Mar 01, 2016

France’s César awards celebrates diversity

France’s top film awards ceremony, the Césars, celebrated diversity on Friday with honours for films about the struggles of life as an immigrant and forced marriage. The crème de la crème of French showbiz assembled in Paris on Friday for the 41st César’s just two days ahead of its Hollywood equivalent, the Oscars, which have

Posted by Hutchinson Immobilier on Mar 01, 2016