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Allez les bleus !

Vous avez envie d’être plongé dans l’ambiance festive du foot mais voilà, vous le foot vous n’y connaissez pas grand chose…

Voici un plan qui vous réconciliera avec les clichés des soirées foot!

Ambiance arty, fooding et cocktails, le tout sur fond de match, ben oui c’est quand même la France qui joue ce soir :)

Allez les bleuuuuus !!!!!! ça se passe au Point Ephémère, ce soir pour la soirée BLED BUVETTES x EURO 2016 organisé par Bled FC

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MATCH FRANCE / ROUMANIE – VENDREDI 10 JUIN À PARTIR DE 19H

Le Point Éphémère se transforme en buvette de stade améliorée et accueille les supporters sans ticket pour voir et manger à pleines dents l’Euro et l’Europe.

HAPPENING : Live painting by Lalasaïdko

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Une peinture monumentale sur les murs du Point Éphémère par l’artiste Lalasaidko, sélectionnée sans hésitation dans la liste “Black Blanc Bled”.

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FOOD : Animal Kitchen (FR) / Alma the Chimney Cake Factory (RO)

Animal Kitchen (FR)

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Depuis presque deux ans, l’animal se balade de salles de concerts en festivals avec sa cuisine nomade créant des évènements pluridisciplinaires hauts en couleurs et pose désormais ses gamelles sur le canal Saint Martin en tant que cuisine résidente du Point Éphémère. // 200 Quai de Valmy, 75010 Paris

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Alma The Chimney Cake Factory 

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Spécialistes du “gateau cheminée”, un incontournable en Transylvanie, Alexandre et Norma travaillent la pâte comme jamais et la garnissent de gâteries aussi intenses qu’un but à la 90′. // 22 rue Réaumur, 75003 Paris

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COCKTAILS : Strass et Payet (FR) / Keserüde (RO)

Une surprenante opposition entre une soupe champenoise aussi pétillante qu’un Payet en pleine ébullition et un cocktail liqueur de poire, qui vous mordra tel un Dracula à crampons.

* Diffusion des matches sur grand-écran

* Culture foot : expo “Black Blanc Bled”

Sélection d’artistes donnant leur vision de la France du foot aujourd’hui : Jean Jullien, C L E lll, Inès Longevial, Lalasaïdko, et d’autres surprises

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Tout le programme sur l’évènement facebook : Bled Buvette !

Point Ephémère

200 Quai de Valmy, 75010 Paris

Téléphone :01 40 34 02 48

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Design district et Wynwood // Bienvenue à Miami

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Aujourd’hui Prestigious vous présente Miami, plus particulièrement le Design District et Wynwood.  Ces dernières années, Miami s’est de plus en plus étendue avec la création de nouveaux quartiers dynamiques à fort potentiel culturel.

Today Prestigious presents you Miami, particularly Design District and Wynwood. These last years, Miami extended more and more with the creation of new dynamic districts with great potential cultural.

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Design District représente un de ces quartiers, dans lesquels le shopping chic, haut en couleur illustré par la présence de toutes les marques de luxe internationales, est de rigueur.

Design District represents one of these districts, within luxury shopping is a must do : all the international luxury brands are represented.

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Le quartier propose également des galeries d’art connus comme Art Basel de Miami, dans un espace de promenade architecturale surprenante.

The district also proposes art galleries known as Art Basel of Miami, in a surprising architectural walk.

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 N’oubliez pas de faire une petite pause avec Kate M, une superbe oeuvre de Marc Quinn :)

Do not forget to have a look on the work of Kate M, a magnificent work of Marc Quinn:)

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Lorsque nous nous dirigeons vers Wynwood, ce quartier plus hipster, c’est le paradis des Street-artist.  Le quartier entier est dédié aux arts de la rue, les familles peuvent passer l’après-midi à se promener entre les oeuvres et les admirer. 

When we go to Wynwood, this district of hipster, it is the paradise of Street Artists.  The whole district is dedicated to Street Art, families can spend the afternoon on walking between the paintings and admiring them.

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Toutes ces couleurs vives représentent l’esprit de la ville de Miami : la joie, la créativité, la vie.

All these bright colors represent the spirit of the city of Miami: joy, creativity, life.

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Visitez Wynwood Wall, http://thewynwoodwalls.com et admirez les oeuvres des artistes tels que AVAFKASHINK et pleins d’autres ! Notre coup de coeur artistique : Miss VAN

Visit Wynwood Wall, http://thewynwoodwalls.com and admire the works of the artists such as AVAF, KASHINK, and so much more ! Our artistic crush : Miss VAN.

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Miss Van wall at Wynwood

Déjeunez chez Concrete Beach Brewery, concretebeachbrewery.com, qui propose un super menu vegan.

Take a lunch at Concrete Beach Brewery, concretebeachbrewery.com, whom has an amazing vegan menu.

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La ville a longtemps été connue uniquement pour son ambiance festive et pour la plage de Southbeach. Aujourd’hui la population cosmopolite et internationale donnent une dimension plus culturelle et authentique à Miami. Les touristes ont donc une offre plus diversifiée.

Miami was only famous for its festive atmosphere and for the spot of SouthbeachBut today, the cosmopolitan and international population gives a more cultural and more authentic dimension of the city. The tourists thus have a more diversified offer.

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Prestigious est fière de pouvoir vous proposer une sélection de villas et appartements de luxe, dans cette ville où l’art de vivre est à la fois doux et “caliente” :)

Prestigious is proud to propose you a selection of villas and luxury apartments in this city where the lifestyle is sweet and « caliente » in the same time :)


Visitez notre site pour plus d’information sur nos villas et appartements à Miami.

Visit our website for more information about our villas and apartments in Miami.

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More about Villa Glacia here !

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More about Villa Delano here !

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More about Villa Celiné here !

SÉOUL PARIS SÉOUL

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Les artistes coréens les plus importants du XXe siècle, ainsi que quelques artistes plus jeunes, sont présents : Pai Unsung, Rhee Seund Ja, Kim Whanki, Lee Ungno, Bang Hai Ja, Han Mook, Moon Shin, Nam Kwan, Park Seo-Bo, Kim Tschang-Yeul, Yun Hyong-Keun, Shim Kyung Ja…

Une expo à ne pas manquer !

Jusqu’au 7 février 2016

Musée Cernuschi

Musée des Arts de l’Asie de la Ville de Paris

Tarifs: Plein tarif : 8€ Tarif réduit : 6€

www.cernuschi.paris.fr

This week, Prestigious Team went to the museum Cernushi to see the exhibition dedicated to the contemporary Korean artists, got organized within the Year of Korea in France.

The most important Korean artists are present: Pai Unsung, Rhee Seund Ja, Kim Whanki, Lee Ungno, Bang Hai Ja, Oof Mook, Moon Shin, Nam Kwan, Park Seo-Bo, Kim Tschang-Yeul, Yun Hyong-Keun, Shim Kyung Ja …

An exhibition not to be missed!

Until February 7th, 2016

Musée Cernuschi

www.cernuschi.paris.fr

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BANG Hai Ja (1937 – ) Naissance de lumière, 2014 128,5 x 128 cm – pigments naturels sur papier © Bang Hai Ja/Jean-Martin Barbut

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LEE Bae (1956 – ) Sans titre, 2015 163 x 130 cm – acrylique médium, charbon de noir sur toile © Lee Bae/D.R

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Rhee SeundJa (1918 – 2009), Chemin des antipodes, Made of Oil on canvas 

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Lee Ungno (1904 – 1989) Personnage au chien 66,2 x 34,2 cm – encre de chine, lavis brun et bleu Collection musée Cernuschi © Parisienne de photographie-Roger Viollet

Flânons avec Hermès!

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Si vous êtes de passage à Paris, il ne vous reste que quelques jours pour aller admirer l’exposition Hermès « Dans l’œil du flâneur » qui se termine le 5 octobre.

Scénographiée par le designer Hubert Le Gall, l’exposition dont le commissariat a été confié à Bruno Gaudichon, a lieu Port de Solférino, sur les Berges de Seine, lieu propice à la flânerie, dans un espace éphémère conçu pour l’occasion.

Flânerie urbaine, parisienne, rencontre avec l’imprévisible.

Un parcours vous sera proposé entre rêverie et indiscrétion dont la toile de fond est Paris.
Tout au long de onze salles ponctuées par une série d’installations souvent interactives, créées par des artistes de tous horizons, chacun est invité à ouvrir l’œil en vue de s’approprier les couleurs, les sons et les images qui l’entourent. Au fil des différents tableaux, d’un square parisien à un passage couvert en passant par un café des objets oubliés, ce véritable cabinet de curiosités vous enchantera.

If you stay in Paris, you may have only few days to go to admire the Hermes exhibition : “Dans l’oeil du flâneur” who ends on October 5th.

Created by the designer Hubert Le Gall, the exposure takes place Port of Solférino, on the Banks of the Seine, the place convenient to the stroll, in a short-lived space designed for the occasion.

Urban, Parisian stroll, meeting with the unpredictable.

A course will be proposed to you between musing and indiscretion.

Throughout eleven rooms punctuated by a series of often interactive installations, created by artists of any horizons, each one is invited to open the eye to appropriate colors, sounds and images…

Réservation conseillée sur Hermes.com « Dans l’oeil du flâneur »

Reservation on Hermes.com

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Info pratiques

Jusqu’au 5 octobre /Entrée libre de 11h à 19h

Until October 5th / free entrance 11am-7pm

Nocturnes les jeudis jusqu’à 22h

Museum night every thursday until 10pm

Métro 12 / Assemblée Nationale – Métro 8 / Concorde

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Perfect day in Le Marais Paris

If you are spending the summer in Paris, there is an inevitable district to visit : Le Marais, this area brings together a wide mixitude of things between the jewish, the chinese and the gay area, religious edifices, designer shops, bars, art galleries and squares, this part of Paris is full of little streets and treasures to explore. To help you find your way in le Marais, we made for you two itineraries you can do in 1 day :)

South Marais itinerary :

L’AS DU FALAFEL

Eat a falafel in the famous jewish area, rue des rosiers, L’as du Falafel is known as the best falafel of Paris.

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FLEUX

Do a trip in the Ali Baba’s cave of design & deco and find some originals gifts and beautiful objects to rig out your home.

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 L’IMPRIMERIE PARIS

Visit the last exhibition of the gallery L’imprimerie Paris, “Petit Appétit”, a show about food illustrated by the artist Jean Jullien. And taste the different chocolate specially designed for the show!

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L’ÉCLAIR DE GÉNIE

Discover the most eccentric pastry of Paris in one big bite, the traditional éclair is fully reappropriated by L’éclair du Genie and will surprise you by its colors and taste.

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pic by Faye Bullock


North Marais itinerary :

NANASHI

To start the day, take an healthy bento at Nanashi, the new japanese place to be !

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 PERROTIN GALLERY

Visit the far-famed Perrotin Gallery specialized in Asiatic & Modern Art where a lot of famous artist such as Murakami, Kaws & Sophie Call have exposed.

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PAPIER TIGRE

Papier Tigre is the best funky place to  go find some graphic supplies and art craft !

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THE BROKEN ARM

Before go home, take a break at The Broken Arm shop with a good coffee and homemade cake.

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Paris in four month

BONUS + SWEDISH INSTITUTE

If you are not in a mood to walk and explore, you can pass the day at the Swedish Institute and enjoy the summer sun in the garden while reading a book from their library or visit the exhibitions in the cool shade :)

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Capture d’écran 2015-07-01 à 18.43.25L’imprimerie Paris, 16 Rue Saint-Merri, 75004 Paris, 01 42 72 53 24, 09:00 – 19:00

Capture d’écran 2015-07-01 à 18.44.02Fleux39 Rue Sainte-Croix de la Bretonnerie, 75004 Paris01 42 78 27 20, 10:45 – 19:30

Capture d’écran 2015-07-01 à 18.43.57L’éclair de Genie32 Rue Notre Dame des Victoires, 75002 Paris, 01 84 79 23 40,

10:00 – 19:00

 

Capture d’écran 2015-07-01 à 18.43.01Nanashi57 Rue Charlot, 75003 Paris, 01 44 61 45 49, 12:00 – 15:00 /19:30 – 23:00

 

Capture d’écran 2015-07-01 à 18.43.16Galerie Perrotin76 Rue de Turenne, 75003 Paris, 01 42 16 79 79

Capture d’écran 2015-07-01 à 18.43.39Papier Tigre, 5 Rue des Filles du Calvaire, 75003 Paris, 01 48 04 00 21

Capture d’écran 2015-07-01 à 18.43.32The Broken Arm12 Rue Perrée, 75003 Paris, 01 44 61 53 60, 09:00 – 18:00

 

Capture d’écran 2015-07-01 à 18.42.53Swedish Institute11 Rue Payenne, 75003 Paris, 01 44 78 80 20, 12:00 – 18:00


 

 

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Have a good week ! If you have any question about Paris leave us a comment below ;)

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Jean Jullien exhibithion in Paris

PETIT APPÉTIT

The illustrator Jean Jullien has a new double show “Petit Appétit” in Paris opening on June 22 at Colette (colette.fr) and June 23 at l’Imprimerie (galleryimprimerie.com). The exhibition depicts in a comical & caricatural way a society turning around food . There will be many surprises including a limited t shirt edition with Olow (olow.fr), a chair and giant sculpture with Abois (aboisparis.com), a chocolate collection with À la mère de Famille (lameredefamille.com), a new EP and concert by The Coward (thecoward.fr), lots of products with Colette and a lot of new work.

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Jean Jullien Chocolate collection with À la mère de Famille, sold at Colette & l’Imprimerie


 See more of Jean Jullien’s work on jeanjullien.com

l’Imprimerie Gallery : 16 Rue Saint-Merri, Paris
01 42 72 53 24

Colette store : 213 Rue Saint Honoré, Paris
01 55 35 33 90

Marrakech tips

 Three beautiful places to visit in Marrakech + our morroco tips to enjoy your trip without any issue :

Majorelle Garden

The Jardin Majorelle in Marrakech is one of the most visited sites in Morocco. It took French painter Jacques Majorelle forty years of passion and dedication to create this enchanting garden in the heart of the “Ochre City”. Inspired by Islamic garden, this botanical garden contains about 300 species on nearly a hectare and a museum of Berber culture . Purchased by Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Bergé in 1980 , it is up to date at the Fondation Pierre Bergé – Yves Saint Laurent.

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Open every day – 8 am – 6 pm
Jardin Majorelle
Rue Yves Saint Laurent
Marrakech, Morocco
 

 TIPS : Best weather in March and May, avoid July and August it’s too hot and crowded.

Basic Arabic : Hello – [marhaban] مرحبا / Goodbye – [ila al’likaa’] الى اللقاء / Please – [min fadlak] من فضلك / Thank you – [shukran] شكرا / You’re welcome – [a’afwan] عفوا / Yes – [na’am] نعم  / No – [la’a] لا

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Visit our prestigious flat suggestion : Dar Challa, located in the exceptional setting of the Palmeraie of Marrakech, Dar Challa is an oasis that will delight lovers of luxury and serenity.


Medersa Ben Youssef

The Ben Youssef Madrasa is a madrasah, a jewel of Amazigh-Moorish architecture located in Marrakech and founded by Abu al-Hasan, Merinid sultan. The carvings contain no representation of humans or animals as required by Islam, and consist entirely of inscriptions and beautiful geometric patterns. The madrasah was during more than four centuries a shelter for students thirst for knowledge in various sciences, including theology.

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Open every day – 8 am – 6 pm
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Kaat Benahid
Marrakech, Morocco

TIPS : Prefer to wear loose, modest clothing that covers the arms, legs and chest.

If you’re offered a mint tea by a local, sit down to enjoy. Mint tea is the hallmark of Moroccan hospitality, and it’s impolite to refuse it, don’t forget to remove you shoes before entering a home.

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Visit our prestigious flat suggestion : Dar Assoura riad,  a beautiful Riad of the 19th century. In a very simple architecture, it opens onto a patio in the middle of which is installed a refreshing pool.


Jemaa El Fna square

Jemaa el Fna is a very famous public square in the southwest of the medina of Marrakech. This traditional, popular and lively place attracts over one million visitors a year. Considered as a cultural space, it is animated by a significant popular life. From 17pm many stallholders , hawkers and street artists install their many street restaurants and attractions and the place quickly becomes full of people with a family festive atmosphere.

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Marrakech, Morocco

TIPS : food you should try : Couscous – Tagine – Pastilla – M’semmen crepes – Kofta Kebabs – Baklava – Mint tea

Tipping is a common thing in morroco, giving between 5% & 10% of the bill to restaurant, bartenders, taxi, guide is appropriate.

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Visit our prestigious flat suggestion : Dar Essakaya, Nestled at the bottom of a derb , in the Mouassine district , close to the souks and the Jaama El Fna square, Dar Essakaya is a charming renovated house.

Barcelona top places to visit #1

Top things to do in Barcelona

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La Sagrada Familia 

(Paying)

One of the most popular touristic attraction in the City, la Sagrada Familia is the tallest church in the world designed by Gaudi and still on construction !

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08013 Barcelona
Spain
09:00 – 20:00
+34 935 13 20 60

Casa Batlló

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Casa Batlló is a modernist building located in the center of Barcelona and is one of Antoni Gaudí’s masterpieces. Famous for its visceral and skeletal organic aspect, Casa Batlló is a incredible place to visit, open to public from 9am to 9pm.

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08007 Barcelona
Spain
09:00 – 21:00
+34 932 16 03 06

Parc Güell 

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Parc Güell is a nice place to take beautiful souvenir pictures, with a mix of colorful ceramics, Gaudi architecture, tropicals plants and a panoramic view on Barcelona.

08024 Barcelona
Spain
08:30 – 18:00
+34 902 20 03 02

Ciutadella Park

(Free)

If you want to have a walk or stay the afternoon in the sun go to Ciutadella Park, you can stay next to the lake, rent a barque or wait till the evening for some regular animations.

08003 Barcelona
Spain
+34 638 23 71 15

W Barcelona

Nothing can be compare to the beachfront of the W Barcelona, this hotel has an amazing pool, a cocktail Bar and a Michelin-starred chef’s restaurant that you will not be able reach the sea !

Wbarcelona
08039 Barcelona
Spain
+34 932 95 28 00

Museu Picasso 

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The Museu Picasso in Barcelona is a key reference for understanding the formative years of Pablo Picasso. The genius of the young artist is revealed through the 4,251 works that make up the permanent collection.
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08003 Barcelona
Spain
09:00 – 19:00
+34 932 56 30 00

Montjuïc district

Besides the magnificent palace housing the MNAC (Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya) the magic fountain illuminated lights at night, the gardens of Montjuïc are very and pretty full of little corners where you can stroll and relax. An advice, enter the stairs to the bottom of Calle Lleida and lose yourself in small ways you will find unexpected and beautiful scenes.

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08038 Montjuic
Barcelona
Spain

Fondation Miró

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The Fundació Joan Miró, located on the Montjuïc hill, is a museum dedicated to modern art honoring Joan Miró but you can also find others artists as Magritte, Rothko or contemporary artists.Fondation-Miro
08038 Barcelona
Spain
10:00 – 19:00
+34 934 43 94 70

Jardins Mossèn Costa i Llobera

(Free)

Costa i Llobera garden is located on the Montjuic mountain, one of the less touristy garden in Barcelona, perfect if you seek to escape the noise and tourists in the city. Over 6 hectares you will find cactus jungle, blue sky and above all a total change of scenery.


Restaurant Martínez

Terraza Martinez is just the perfect spot to had a wonderful time sitting on the open terrace with an unobstructed view of Barcelona while you enjoy authentic sangria and fresh local seafood.

08038 Barcelona
Spain
+34 931 06 60 52

 

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The cloisters, New York

The Cloisters museum and gardens, the branch of The Metropolitan Museum of Art devoted to the art and architecture of medieval Europe, was assembled from architectural elements, both domestic and religious, that largely date from the twelfth through the fifteenth century.

The building and its cloistered gardens, located in Fort Tryon Park in northern Manhattan, are treasures in themselves, effectively part of the collection housed there. The Cloisters’ collection comprises approximately two thousand works of art. This is a beautiful, peaceful and historical place to visit if you are in New York.

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Open 7 Days a Week
March–October: 10:00 a.m.–5:15 p.m.
November–February: 10:00 a.m.–4:45 p.m.
Closed Thanksgiving Day, December 25, and January 1

99 Margaret Corbin Drive, Fort Tryon Park, New York 10040
Tel: 212-923-3700
Email: cloisters@metmuseum.org

More info on : http://www.metmuseum.org/visit/visit-the-cloisters

FIAC 2014

FIAC 2014

For its 40th edition, FIAC, the major meeting of the artistic creation, pursues its development and confirms its status of leading international fair. The FIAC 2014 gathers in the Grand Palais more than 180 galleries of modern art, contemporary art and emergent trends come from 25 countries. (more…)