A week aimed to continue the movement, motivating and uniting friends, colleagues and communities to #PressforProgress in attaining gender equality.
We all know a chauvinist pig or two don’t we ladies – a gentleman who has a ‘prejudiced belief in the superiority of his own gender’?
As Saint Valentine’s Day approaches, did you know that there is a little village called Saint Valentin in Indre, in the Val de Loire?
The entire population of the former village of Vallsera, (Balcera) near les Angles, was wiped out by the Black Death at the beginning of the XIV century…..
It is to writer Charles Perrault (1628 – 1703) that we owe the modern version of the fairy tale.
Lord Guillaume de Cabestany was a troubadour, soldier, poet, and lover of Saurimonde, wife of Raimond de Castell-Rossello and subject of many of his poems
Canigó, the sacred mountain, sits majestically on the horizon of Catalonia. For centuries, she has born witness to bloody battles between men, the rise and fall of kingdoms and of course, the development and evolution of ecosystems.
A santon (coming from the Provençal santoun or “little saint”.) is a small figurine, usually made out of clay and used in nativity scenes.
The word ‘terrorist’ actually sprung up around 1795 during the French Revolution, and referred to the Reign of Terror initiated by the Revolutionary government.
Helping you to make the most of your NYE celebrations, Canet en Roussillon is providing a free shuttle bus from 9.30pm to 2.30am