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The story of baguette

There is nothing more French or Parisian looking than an image of a chic girl riding a bicycle along the river Seine, with a basket full of groceries,  flowers, and a baguette - that long, slender loaf of bread that everyone recognizes and few can

Christine de Pizan

Christine de Pizan was a prolific medieval French author of dozens of manuscripts and poems, most notable are the ones where she championed women - The Book of the City of Ladies and The Treasure of the City of Ladies.   She is considered the first professional

Alexandre Dumas

The legend has it that when his character Porthos died in The Three Musketeer’s final installment - The Vicomte of Bragelonne, the whole Paris knew of it and mourned him as Alexandre Dumas walked the streets of French capital crying “I killed Porthos!”   Parisians watched in

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