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Thursday, August 23, 2012

Louvre-Lens Opens

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Louvre-Lens OpensPress Release
A regional branch of France’s oldest museum, the Louvre, will open in the northern city of Lens on December 4, 2012. It will be known as the Louvre-Lens and will display the works from each of the Paris museum’s departments. The new museum will not have a permanent exhibition but will open with 300 masterpieces of the Louvre and host two temporary exhibitions per year, one in the winter and one in the summer.

Paris Louvre Gets a New Wing
Press Release
This fall, the Paris Louvre unveils a newly constructed glass structure in the Visconti Courtyard to house their new Islamic wing.

Mont-St-Michel Starts Restoration ProjectPress Release
The grand-scale project to restore the Mont-St-Michel’s maritime setting is well underway – on April 28, 2012, a new visitor center and shuttle access to the site will be in place.

Cherbourg Honors the TitanicPress Release
Cherbourg, one of Normandy’s port cities, commemorates the 100th anniversary of the loss of the Titanic with special events. Also, a new exhibition area dedicated to the Titanic and its passengers will open in the Cité de la Mer, a museum that showcases man’s exploration of the sea.

Joan of Arc Turns 600Press Release
Joan of Arc’s 600th birthday is being celebrated throughout the year in Lorraine, Orleans, Rouen and Reims with historical reenactments, exhibitions, tributes and more.

Mama Shelter ExpandsMore InformationAlready a popular avant-garde hotel destination in Paris, Philippe Starck’s Mama Shelter expands to Marseille this summer, Lyon in December, and Bordeaux in 2013.

France Opens its First W HotelPress Release

Paris opens a contemporary W Hotel on Valentine’s Day.

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