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#IORESTOACASA ( I remain at home ) and visit the museums of Genoa [Video]

Events, Places of interest, Video | Thursday 19 March

Art and culture enter the houses, the museums are closed to the public, but the culture doesn't stop.

THE MONTE-CARLO SPRING ARTS FESTIVAL IS CANCELED

THE MONTE-CARLO SPRING ARTS FESTIVAL IS CANCELED

Events | Friday 13 March

In accordance with the instructions given today by the Prince's Government, any event of more than 100 people is canceled for an indefinite period.

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Monaco: the 36th edition of the Festival Printemps des Arts kicks this Friday

Events, Video | Friday 13 March

Worldwide known event from 13th March to 11th April.

Due to Coronavirus

Due to Coronavirus

Events | Thursday 05 March

Program changes

The 2020 Lagueglia MTB classic Trophy brings big cycling back on March 13th [Video gallery]

The 2020 Lagueglia MTB classic Trophy brings big cycling back on March 13th [Video gallery]

Events, Video | Friday 28 February

The 192 km of the route will touch some of the most impressive landscapes in the province of Savona.

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Frida Kahlo in Turin in 2020: the exhibition event for the first time in Europe [Video & photo gallery]

Places of interest, Events, Video, Gallery | Friday 21 February

An unmissable exhibition at the Stupinigi hunting lodge with photos by Nickolas Muray.

Sanremo: this year's "Flower Parade" will take place on March 15, the floats will be inspired by the songs of the Festival [Video & photo gallery]

Sanremo: this year's "Flower Parade" will take place on March 15, the floats will be inspired by the songs of the Festival [Video & photo gallery]

Events, Gallery, Video | Monday 17 February

A weekend, that of flowers, which will also precede 7 days another highlight of the Matuzian spring, the Milan-Sanremo bike race.

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The drawings and portraits of Fernand Léger come out of oblivion at Biot [Video gallery]

Places of interest, Events, Video | Tuesday 11 February

More known for his cubist paintings, Fernand Léger also produced simple drawings and portraits drawn in ink or pencil. The Biotois museum opens the notebooks of these unknown masterpieces until March 2.

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