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Cyclists on the roads of Lorraine again

30 Mars 2014 , Rédigé par Maryse Publié dans #Life

Little by little, from the beginning of March, we have seen cyclists on the roads, on country roads. It is time for car drivers to be careful and patient again. With our beautiful weather, it is pleasant to ride a bicycle and enjoy the countryside. As...

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Flat-iron stove in Jarville

27 Mars 2014 , Rédigé par Maryse Publié dans #Lorraine

When we visited the Musée de l'Histoire du Fer in Jarville-devant-Nancy, we enjoyed walking in the part with objects used in the house. For the first time I discovered a flat-iron stove. I remember seeing my grand-mother putting two or three irons (big...

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Elections of town councils in Lorraine

24 Mars 2014 , Rédigé par Maryse Publié dans #Lorraine

Each town council is elected for six years. So yesterday the whole country was invited to choose the new members of their councils. In Lorraine, journalists are more interested by the results in Nancy, Metz, Epinal and Bar-le-Duc than by smaller towns...

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First spring day in Lorraine

20 Mars 2014 , Rédigé par Maryse Publié dans #Lorraine

On the first spring day this beautiful weather is really attracting people outside. A gentle wind and 22 °C (71.6 °F) make us enjoy walking, gardening or simply sitting in the sun. It is a good opportunity to go out of the village with the dog and try...

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Salt mine in Varangéville

17 Mars 2014 , Rédigé par Maryse Publié dans #Meurthe-et-Moselle

The mine in Varangéville is the only salt mine in France but also the last mine still working in France. It started in 1855 with another mine shaft quite near from the one on the picture. This one, called Puits Saint Jean-Baptiste, started in 1869. We...

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