December 2007 - The Church of Val-de-Grâce
In this month’s Paris Insights we recount the history of Val-de-Grâce, one of the most beautiful churches of Paris. Situated in an area that once lay outside the walls of the city, the church is largely overlooked by tourists.
In our restaurant review, we investigate Chez Léna et Mimile, where Chef Christèle Gendre practices food preparation techniques propounded by Hervé This, the renowned researcher in the new field of molecular gastronomy.
And finally, we look at a form of music known as Gregorian chant and provide information about where to go in Paris to hear these age-old liturgical songs.
Paris Panorama Newsletters for 2007
- December 2007 - The Church of Val-de-Grâce
- November 2007 - The Cemetery of the Holy Innocents
- October 2007 - How to Be a Young Parisian
- September 2007 - Paris - F. Scott Fitzgerald's Babylon
- August 2007 - The Secret of the Luxembourg Garden Orchard
- July 2007 - An Impressionist Stroll
- June 2007 - Fresh Roasted Coffee in Paris
- May 2007 - Promenade in a Private Parisian Garden
- April 2007 - Of Macarons and Minsters – An Easter Stroll through the Saint-Germain-des-Prés quarter
- March 2007 - Irish Eyes are Smiling in Paris
- February 2007 - Contemporary African Art in Paris - Les Arts Derniers
- January 2007 - The King's Church