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* Chapelle Notre Dame du Haut, Ronchamp, France, designed by Le Corbusier
:* Le passage du pont d ' Arcole ( The Battle of Arcole ), by J. J. Feuchère ( NORTH façade, right ),
* Jürgen Klötgen, Prieuré d ' Abergavenny – Tribulations mancelles en Pays de Galles au temps du Pape Jean XXII ( d ' après des documents français et anglais du XIV ° siècle collationnés avec une source d ' histoire retrouvée aux Archives Secrètes du Vatican ), in Revue Historique et Archéologique du Maine, Le Mans, 1989, p. 65 – 88 ( 1319: cf John of Hastings, Lord of Abergavenny ; Adam de Orleton, Bishop of Hereford, John of Monmouth, Bishop of Llandaff ).
Les Capetiens: Le Livre du Millenaire.
Monet's Le Pont du chemin de fer à Argenteuil, an 1873 painting of a railway bridge spanning the Seine near Paris, was bought by an anonymous telephone bidder for a record $ 41. 4 million at Christie's auction in New York on 6 May 2008.
* Le Cœur Net ( 1949, Editions du Seuil, Paris )
* Le Livre des fais et bonners meurs du sage roy Charles V ( 1404 )
* Laigle, Mathilde, Le livre des trois vertus de Christine de Pisan et son milieu historique et littéraire, Paris, Honoré Champion, 1912, 375 pages, collection: Bibliothèque du XVe siècle siècle ( this book is the translation of an American thesis of Mathilde Laigle, Columbia U. )
First performed by the Ballets Russes in 1917, it succeeded in creating a scandal but in a different way than Stravinsky's Le Sacre du Printemps had done almost five years earlier.
* Thévoz, Michel, Le théâtre du crime.
* Tissot, Jean-Michel: La Guyane telle quelle, Paris ( Le Créations du Pélican ) 1998.
Movies which followed in its wake included Betty Blue ( 37 ° 2 le matin, 1986 ) by Beineix, The Big Blue ( Le Grand bleu, 1988 ) by Luc Besson, and The Lovers on the Bridge ( Les Amants du Pont-Neuf, 1991 ) by Léos Carax.
* Le front haut et l ' âme fière ( Chant du 5e RE )
Le Théâtre du Grand-Guignol (: " The Theater of the Big Puppet ") — known as the Grand Guignol — was a theatre in the Pigalle area of Paris ( at 20 bis, rue Chaptal ).
Le Théâtre du Grand-Guignol was founded in 1894 by Oscar Méténier, who planned it as a space for naturalist performance.
The audience at " Le Théâtre du Grand-Guignol " endured the terror of the shows because they wanted to be filled with strong “ feelings ” of something.
The sixth production, Theatre of Fear, included De Lorde's famous adaptation of Poe's The System of Doctor Tarr and Professor Fether ( Le Systéme du Dr Goudron et Pr Plume ) as well as two original plays, Double Crossed and The Good Death alongside The Tell Tale Heart.
The first depictions of supernatural events appear in several of the silent shorts created by the film pioneer Georges Méliès in the late 1890s, the best known being Le Manoir du diable ( aka, The Haunted Castle, 1896 ) which is sometimes credited as being the first horror film.
His books included Le Dernier Roman du Monde ( 1971 ), Portrait des 9 ( 1975 ), The Cosmographical Lobster ( 1976 ), Poésie Sonore Internationale ( 1979 ), Les Riches Heures de l ' Alphabet ( 1992 ) and Graphpoemesmachine ( 2006 ).
Lucifer ( Le génie du mal ) by Guillaume Geefs ( Cathedral of St. Paul, Liège, Belgium )
Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Dance at Le Moulin de la Galette ( Bal du moulin de la Galette ), Musée d ' Orsay, 1876
* 1952 Le Chiffre sept – La Nappe du Catalan ( in collaboration with Georges Hugnet )

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`` Le Theatre D'Art Du Ballet '', of Monte Carlo, will present a program of four ballets including `` Francesca Da Rimini ''.
The Alpine Botanical Garden, located on Monte Bondone in Le Viotte, was founded in 1938.
Alexandre Dumas wrote a set of three plays that collectively told the story of The Count of Monte Cristo: Monte Cristo ( 1848 ), Le Comte de Morcerf ( 1851 ), and Villefort ( 1851 ).
Agazzi, Antria, Badia San Veriano, Bagnoro, Battifolle, Campoluci, Campriano, Capolona, Ceciliano, Chiani, Chiassa Superiore, Cincelli, Frassineto, Gaville, Giovi, Gragnone, Il Matto, Indicatore, La Pace, Le Poggiola, Meliciano, Misciano, Molinelli, Molin Nuovo, Monte Sopra Rondine, Montione, Mugliano, Olmo, Ottavo, Palazzo del Pero, Patrignone, Pieve a Ranco, Poggio Ciliegio, Policiano, Pomaio, Ponte a Chiani, Ponte alla Chiassa, Pieve a Quarto, Ponte Buriano, Poti, Pratantico, Puglia, Policiano, Quarata, Rigutino, Ripa di Olmo, Rondine, Ruscello, San Firenze, San Giuliano, San Leo, San Marco Vill ' Alba, San Polo, Santa Firmina, Santa Maria alla Rassinata, Sant ' Andrea a Pigli, San Zeno, Sargiano, Staggiano, Stoppe d ' Arca, Subbiano, Torrino, Tregozzano, Venere, Vitiano.
Paul Paray () ( born Le Tréport, 24 May 1886-died Monte Carlo, 10 October 1979 ) was a French conductor, organist and composer.
* The Count of Monte Cristo ( Le Comte de Monte-Cristo, 1845 – 1846 )
** The Second World War: Defence of Arras, Ypres-Comines Canal, Dunkirk 1940, Somme 1940, St. Valery-en-Caux, Saar, Breville, Odon, Fontenay le Pesnil, Defence of Rauray, Caen, Falaise, Falaise Road, La Vie Crossing, Le Havre, Lower Maas, Venlo Pocket, Ourthe, Rhineland, Reichswald, Goch, Rhine, North-West Europe 1940 ' 44-45, Barkasan, British Somaliland 1940, Tobruk 1941, Tobruk Sortie, El Alamein, Advance on Tripoli, Medenine, Zemlet el Lebene, Mareth, Akarit, Wadi Akarit East, Djebel Roumana, Medjez Plain, Si Mediene, Tunis, North Africa 1941-43, Landing in Sicily, Vizzini, Sferro, Gerbini, Adrano, Sferro Hills, Sicily 1943, Cassino II, Liri Valley, Advance to Florence, Monte Scalari, Casa Fortis, Rimini Line, Casa Fabbri Ridge, Savio Bridgehead, Italy 1944-45, Athens, Greece 1944-45, Crete, Heraklion, Middle East 1941, Chindits 1944, Burma 1944
* Le chevalier Gaston, one act, 8 February 1879, Opéra, Monte Carlo
Available both in street trim and stripped down for racing, the J2 proved successful in competition on both sides of the Atlantic, including a third place overall at Le Mans in 1950 ( driven by Sydney Allard himself, who also placed first in the Monte Carlo Rally in 1952 driving an Allard P2 saloon car ).
His greatest successes were Manon in 1884, Werther in 1892, and Thaïs in 1894. Notable later operas were Le jongleur de Notre-Dame, produced in 1902, and Don Quichotte, produced in Monte Carlo 1910, with the legendary Russian bass Feodor Chaliapin in the title-role.
*: Dunkirk 1940, St. Valery-en-Caux, Tilly sur Seulles, Odon, Fontenay Le Pesnil, North-West Europe 1940 and 1944-45, Banana Ridge, Medjez Plain, Gueriat el Atach Ridge, Tunis, Djebel Bou Aoukaz 1943, North Africa 1943, Anzio, Campoleone, Rome, Monte Ceco, Italy 1943-45, Sittang 1942, Paungde, Kohima, Chindits 1944, Burma Campaign ( 1942-44 )
They then made the week-long passage on an ocean liner to Le Havre, and from there visited Paris, Monte Carlo, Genoa, Rome, Pompeii, Florence, Venice, Vienna, the Swiss Alps, Belgium, the Netherlands, and London.
Le Mont-sur-Lausanne is first mentioned in 1237 as Monte super Lausannam.
Barbary corsairs are protagonists in Le pantere di Algeri ( the panthers of Algiers ) by Emilio Salgari and appear in a number of other famous novels, including Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe, The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas, père, The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame, The Sea Hawk and the Sword of Islam by Rafael Sabatini, The Algerine Captive by Royall Tyler, Master and Commander by Patrick O ' Brian, the Baroque Cycle by Neal Stephenson, The Walking Drum by Louis Lamour, Doctor Doolittle by Hugh Lofting and Corsair by Clive Cussler.
Chexbres includes the hamlet of Le Monte Iller at above sea level on the slope below the village, amid the vineyards and a number of farms.
The Second World War: Débarquement en Sicile, Grammichele, Piazza Armerina, Valguarnera, Agira, Adrano, Vallée du Troina, Sicile 1943, Termoli, Le Ravin, Ortona, Cassino II, Ligne Gustav, Vallée du Liri, Ligne Hitler, Ligne Trasimene, Arezzo, L ' Avance à Florence, Monte La Pieve, Monte Spaduro, Italie 1943 – 1945, Apeldoorn, Nord-Ouest de L ' Europe 1945
Alexandre Dumas, père refers the giant six times: Le Comte de Monte Cristo ( chap.
** The Second World War: Defence of Arras, Ypres-Comines Canal, Dunkirk 1940, Somme 1940, St. Valery-en-Caux, Saar, Breville, Odon, Fontenay le Pesnil, Defence of Rauray, Caen, Falaise, Falaise Road, La Vie Crossing, Le Havre, Lower Maas, Venlo Pocket, Ourthe, Rhineland, Reichswald, Goch, Rhine, North-West Europe 1940 ' 44-45, Barkasan, British Somaliland 1940, Tobruk 1941, Tobruk Sortie, El Alamein, Advance on Tripoli, Medenine, Zemlet el Lebene, Mareth, Akarit, Wadi Akarit East, Djebel Roumana, Medjez Plain, Si Mediene, Tunis, North Africa 1941-43, Landing in Sicily, Vizzini, Sferro, Gerbini, Adrano, Sferro Hills, Sicily 1943, Cassino II, Liri Valley, Advance to Florence, Monte Scalari, Casa Fortis, Rimini Line, Casa Fabbri Ridge, Savio Bridgehead, Italy 1944-45, Athens, Greece 1944-45, Crete, Heraklion, Middle East 1941, Chindits 1944, Burma 1944
* The Second World War: Defence of Escaut, Calais 1940, Cassel, Ypres-Comines Canal, Normandy Landing, Pegasus Bridge, Villers Bocage, Odon, Caen, Esquay, Bourguebus Ridge, Mont Pincon, Le Perier Ridge, Falaise, Antwerp, Hechtel, Nederrijn, Lower Maas, Roer, Ourthe, Rhineland, Reichswald, Kleve, Goch, Hochwald, Rhine, Ibbenbueren, Dreirwalde, Leese, Aller, North-West Europe 1940, 44-45, Egyptian Frontier 1940, Sidi Barrani, Beda Fomm, Mersa el Brega, Agedabia, Derna Aerodrome, Tobruk 1941, Sidi Rezegh 1941, Chor es Sufan, Saunnu, Gazala, Bir Hacheim, Knightsbridge, Defence of Alamein Line, Ruweisat, Fuka Airfield, Alam el Halfa, El Alamein, Capture of Haifaya Pass, Nofilia, Tebaga Gap, Enfidaville, Medjez el Bab, Kasserine, Thala, Fondouk, Fondouk Pass, El Kourzia, Djebel Kournine, Agroub el Megas, Tunis, Hamman Lif, North Africa 1940-43, Sangro, Salerno, Santa Lucia, Salerno Hills, Cardito, Teano, Monte Camino, Garigliano Crossing, Damiano, Anzio, Cassino II, Liri Valley, Melfa Crossing, Monte Rotondo, Capture of Perugia, Monte Malbe, Arezzo, Advance to Florence, Gothic Line, Coriano, Gemmano Ridge, Lamone Crossing, Orsara, Tossignano, Argenta Gap, Fossa Cembalina, Italy 1943-45, Veve, Greece 1941, 44, 45, Crete, Middle East 1941, Arakan Beaches, Tamandu, Burma 1943-44.
: Otta, Norway 1940, Withdrawal to Escaut, Defence of Arras, French Frontier 1940, Ypres-Comines Canal, Dunkirk 1940, St. Valery-en-Caux, Normandy Landing, Tilly sur Seulles, Odon, Fontenay Le Pesnil, Caen, Bourguebus Ridge, Troarn, Mont Pincon, St Pierre La Vielle, Gheel, Nederrijn, Aam, Venraij, Rhineland, Schaddenhof, Brinkum, Bremen, North-West Europe 1940 and 1944 – 45, Jebel Defeis, Keren, Ad Teclescan, Abyssinia 1940 – 41, Gazala, Cauldron, Mersa Matruh, Defence of Alamein Line, El Alamein, Mareth, Wadi ZigZaou, Akarit, North Africa 1940 – 42, 1942 – 43 and 1943, Banana Ridge, Medjez Plain, Gueriat el Atach Ridge, Tunis, Djebel Bou Aoukaz 1943, North Africa 1943, Primasole Bridge, Landing in Sicily, Lentini, Sicily 1943, Minturno, Anzio, Campoleone, Rome, Monte Ceco, Italy 1943 – 44 and 43 – 45, Sittang 1942, Pegu 1942, Paungde, Yenangyaung 1942, North Arakan, Maungdaw, Defence of Sinzweya, Imphal, Bishenpur, Kanglantonbi, Kohima, Meiktila, Capture of Meiktila, Defence of Meiktila, Rangoon Road, Pyawbwe, Arakan beaches, Chindits 1944, Burma Campaign ( 1942 – 44 ).

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