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  • When the French Riviera caught Hollywood

    Suspense, did you say suspense? \"To Catch a Thief\" is therefore an opportunity for the viewer to embark on a Technicolor journey in the French Riviera of the time, in all that it had of rare and fascinating. Because it is indeed the French Riviera...

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  • Villa Nellcote : Rock N'Roll Star

    It was 50 years ago. The Rolling Stones decide to cross the Channel and find refuge in the South of France. If Mick Jagger allows himself to be charmed by the heights of the village of Biot, Bill Wyman and Mick Taylor by the Cap d'Antibes and Saint-Paul-de-Vence,...

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  • JEAN MUS, EMBLEMATIC LANDSCAPER OF THE MEDITERRANEAN

    For more than thirty years, the landscape architect Jean Mus has been composing, imagining and revisiting a mythical south, deliciously sensual. An exceptional landscaper, native of Grasse, he has made the art of the Mediterranean...

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  • THE FRENCH RIVIERA, A LITTORAL WITH THE BIGGEST NAMES IN MODERN ARCHITECTURE

    Seaside life was invented in the 1730s on the English coast after bourgeois and aristocrats got rich with the industrial revolution. It was the era of summer towns on the shores of the English Channel and the North Sea, until...

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  • THE NEW ENERGY PERFORMANCE DIAGNOSIS IN FORCE ON JULY 1, 2021

    A more reliable DPE will be effective from July 1, 2021. This document will precisely indicate the primary energy consumption of housing, its greenhouse gas emissions and an estimate of the energy bill. Easy to understand, reliable and now enforceable....

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  • WHAT THE ARCHITECT HANS GEORG TERSLING LEFT IN BEAULIEU AND THE FRENCH RIVIERA

    One hundred years ago, died one of the most symbolic architects of the Belle Époque, Hans Georg Tersling, who created the imposing Hotel Bristol and a few large villas in Beaulieu. Born in Denmark in 1857 to a very modest...

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