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Category: A Year in France
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Bonjour ! In France, most first names have a day of the year dedicated to them: your Name Day. It can make your day just a little bit more special, and it comes with rhyming proverbs, so what’s not to love? Today we dive into
Bonjour ! In the early days of January, we take out the cardboard crowns and choose a new king or queen. France doesn’t have the best relationship with royalty; “it’s complicated”, but for one day we don’t care, because la Galette des Rois is really
Bonjour ! On New Year’s Eve, we’ve all made it through one more year, alive, on our little rock speeding through space. A whole new revolution around the Sun is ahead, four new seasons for us to make this world a better place. We’re small
Bonjour ! We’ve been waiting for this night for a whole month, and now it’s here! The tree is glowing with joy and colored lights, the dinner table looks inviting, and the fat man is already out riding his sled overflowing with presents. Today we’ll
Bonjour ! The days are short and the nights are long. People are buying trees, Santa Claus’ elves are making their last presents, traditions fill the air with joy and cinnamon… Christmas is coming! Let’s see how French people prepare for that magic night.
Bonjour ! Christmas is coming soon! Many Christmas traditions have been secularized: Santa Claus, Christmas trees, presents… Yet for more than a thousand years, the 25th of December has been first and foremost about Christian tradition. Let’s dive into the French religious customs for that