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|EDITO, CIGARS MADE IN FRANCE (42 photos)|
The only in France and in Europe to roll cigars by hand, the French Cigar Factory is working according to the book. Choosing the best leaves coming directly from Cuba, Santo Domingo, Nicaragua or even Honduras, there are after being assembled in the pure tradition in order to make cigars of the Edito brand; A promise of quality that seduced the Elysée Palace, official residence of the President of the french Republic.
|ITALY : THE CARNIVAL OF VENICE (130 photos)|
The Carnival of Venice is a traditional celebration dating back to the Middle-Ages.
It takes place twelve days before Mardi Gras. people liked to share their respective personalities to remove social barriers by wearing masks.
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|THE FOLKLORE OF VENICE'S CARNIVAL (58 photos)|
“Living the Serenissima Republic”.
Recreating the ambience and living the wonderful period of the Serenissima Republic as it really was at that time; discovering how wonderful this period was and how people spent their days, how they dressed and how they lived the carnival.
You will be taken on the carnival vortex throughout Venice and its centuries-long history and you will find out the culture of the town and the little island around it.
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|FRANCE : The Battle of Flowers at the 126th Carnival of Nice (67 photos)|
This year in 2010, the Nice Carnival is produced for its 126th edition.
It takes place as every year in the month of February for two weeks of festivities.
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|THE LAGUIOLE’S FORGES (54 photos)|
“At that time, blacksmiths were wizards a little. Fire, iron and water would put magic into their fingertips. Knife is male but blade is female and the forge’s spirit that had knowlege in grammar and women, gave the blade and then the knife’s handle, the shape of a caress.”