One of the largest and most renowned companies of its kind in the United States, the LA Opera stages classical and contemporary operas at the Doro...
Now a national museum and a UNESCO World Heritage site, Château de Fontainebleau was originally a residence reserved for French monarchs. The Fontainebleau's 1500 rooms sit on 130 acres of gardens and parks with unparalleled political, artistic, and architectural history. Some notable past residents include Louis VII, Napoleon III, Francis I, Henry II, Henry IV, Louis VIII-XVI, Marie-Antoinette, and Louis-Philippe, who each contributed their own style and restoration to the palace.
Event-Festival de l'histoire de l'art
Capital-Restoration of the Turkish Boudoir