Barricades in the streets, like these photographed in 1968, have a very long tradition in the history of France.
One of my favorite travel bloggers visits one of the most ostentatious palaces in the world, the former home of the Bourbons.
A version of this famous painting hung on the wall of Sigmund Freud's psychoanalysis chamber for decades.
Although a well-made and interesting film, Schaffner's "Papillon" suffers from the identity crisis of its source material: is it fact or fiction?
Here are two very different views of the same place--a patch of ground in Paris with a very macabre and interesting history.
An almost medieval-looking Paris captured on film ceased to exist shortly after these photos were taken in the 1850s.
This painting is a masterwork of light, emotion and human expression, but it also contains an explicitly political message.
It's been a while since I reblogged an article from one of my favorite blogs, ArtLark. This piece on the famous divorce of Napoleon and [...]
This painstakingly colorized photo shows us a moment in the hell of trench warfare during the First World War.
Michelle Williams of the Rockin Red Blog, as you may know, recently had the honor of going on a wine tour to France specifically for [...]