Culture European Heritage Days: let's go!
2016-07-20 16:27:13 TV5MONDE Asie Pacifique


Musée des Confluences, Lyon (Rhône-Alpes)
The heritage of 21st Century, a history (story) of future
 
On the occasion of European Heritage Days (or Journées du Patrimone) on September 19-20th, most monuments, cultural buildings or structures and gardens in France will open their doors to visitors (around 17,000 places of interest in total in France). This year is the 32d anniversary of the European Heritage days… 
 
This is the opportunity for everyone to look back at what legacies previous generations have left us. 
 


 Jardin du Château de Villandry (Indre-et-Loire)

 
For this year’s theme, the focus is put on the architectural creations and landscapes of the last 15 years. 

 Cathédrale Sainte-Marie-Majeure (Marseille)

Everyone should be concerned about the future of our heritage and especially the younger generation, whether they take part in the design or the construction or just visit!
 


Mont-Saint-Michel (Normandy)

May we all enjoy the European Heritage day and have fun exploring the history and stories of our ancestors! Happy Heritage Days!
 
You can check in details the list of monuments part of the event here
 
Are you planning to visit a cultural monument in France on this occasion? Please share your comments and your pictures with us. Thanks for reading our article. 


 Grande Mosquée de Paris 

 

News

  • Laurent Delahouse will be interviewing the French President Emmanuel Macron, this Sunday 17th December. The interview will be broadcast in a news report from France 2 and will be shown on TV5MONDE Europe at 7:30pm (UK time GMT).

  • The 25th French Film Festival UK offers a rich programme of films to enjoy, involving leading independent cinemas around the country from Glasgow and Edinburgh to London, from Inverness to Dundee and Belfast, from Warwick and Leicester to Chichester and Bristol, plus many more places in between watch the crème de la crème of contemporary and classic French-speaking cinema from 2 Nov to 17 Dec 2017. See what's on where here

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