Blue Ferrari 488 Spider TrackMore
Cognac (Fr. Cognac) is a commune in southwestern France, a sub-prefecture of the Charente department (Nouvelle-Aquitaine region). Its inhabitants are the Cognacais and the Cognacaises.
Cognac was a small village until the mid-tenth century. The oldest known mention of this city (under the name Comniacum) dates 1030. Cognac rapidly becomes a major centre of commercial activity …More
The Commequiers castle (Fr. Château de Commequiers) is a castle in Commequiers in Vendée, France. The original location and time of construction of the original castle is unknown. Some scholars claim it may have been built in the 11th century, at the same time as the châteaux of La Chaize-le-Vicomte and Tiffauges, under the commission …More
Arcachon (Fr. Arcachon) is a town in the southwest of France and a sub-prefecture of the Gironde department, in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region. It was created in 1857 by a detachment of part of the municipality of La Teste-de-Buch.
It is a part of the area of the Pays de Buch, the Landes de Gascogne and the …More
PICK OF THE WEEK: Monday, 28th September – Sunday, 4th October, 2020
Thursday, 1st October at 21.30h at the National Auditorium of Andorra, Ordino. (General ticket: 8€. VR seat ticket: 4€. Ticket with Carnet Jove 15% discount. Tickets can only be bought on line at www.cultura.ad. See also below.) National Auditorium Season, 2020. An …More
The Cáceres town in Spain. Pencil drawing by Joan MañéMore
Pornichet (Fr. Pornichet) is a commune in the Loire-Atlantique department in western France.
Pornichet became a municipality in 1900, from the territories of Saint-Nazaire and La Baule-Escoublac.
Located on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean, the city developed in the middle of the nineteenth century with seaside tourism, as evidenced in particular by its original villas, a …More
Arzens Cabriolet La Baleine (France) from 1938, 3500 cc, 170 HP, 160 km/h. The prototype body built around the chassis of an old Buick.
Paul Arzens (1903–1990) was a French industrial designer of railway locomotives and motor cars.
Compare with electric L’Œuf by Paul Arzens.
An automobile museum (Cité de l’Automobile) in Mulhouse
Saintes (Fr. Saintes) is a commune and historic town in western France, in the Charente-Maritime department of which it is a sub-prefecture, in Nouvelle-Aquitaine.
Because of its noteworthy Gallo-Roman, medieval and classical heritage, Saintes is a tourist destination and a member of the French Towns and Lands of Art and History since 1990.
Tourism and …More
The Noirmoutier castle (Fr. The Château de Noirmoutier) is a castle on the Île de Noirmoutier in the Vendée département of France. It dominates the town of Noirmoutier-en-l’Île with its almost 20-metre-high (66 ft) keep. The castle is very well preserved and a fine example of 12th-century medieval architecture.
The first traces of the castle appeared …More