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New Year’s Eve in France

  New Year’s Eve in France is held on 31st December  but it wasn’t always that way. From the 6th Century, New Year’s Day in
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Public Holidays France

When a public holiday takes place in France, most businesses, shops and offices will close although you’ll find supermarkets and bakers may open in the
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Public Holidays France 2014

Complete list of public holidays France 2014 – both fixed and changeable date bank holidays. There are a number of fixed public holidays (bank holidays)
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What’s on? France Events November 2013

  Guide to some of the biggest and best events in France in November 2013. Please check all details for times, dates and information in
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What’s on in France in October 2013

  National Event – many of the supermarkets in France host wine fairs during the month of October. National Event in Paris – Nuit Blanche one night
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Salon du Chocolat Lille

  The Salon du Chocolat Lille is a serious Chocolate show where visitors can taste and buy the best chocolates and sweet things in France
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Public holidays and national celebrations in France

There are special days and national celebrations in France almost every month. Some of them are fixed Public Holidays, some are changeable Public Holidays and
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Artisans in France

Celebrating the Artisans of France – Journées Européennes des Métiers d’Art

Journées Européennes des Métiers d’Art in France which in English translates as The European Days of Artisans and Crafts will be celebrates hundreds of  different
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Public Holidays in France

  Public holidays in France, called fêtes or jours fériés are very important to the French with national holidays and several religious and traditional celebrations
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European Heritage Days in France

European Heritage days in France – known as the Journées Européennes du Patrimoine,  take place over a weekend each September. More than 16,000 historical buildings,
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