History of Café Procope: Oldest Coffee Shop in Paris

History of Café Procope: Literary and Revolutionary

The History of Café Procope is as follows: In 1686 when Louis XIV reigned over France from the palace of Versailles, in Paris the Cafe Procope (Oldest Coffee Shop) opened its doors. Just 20 years after the introduction of coffee in the court of Louis XIV.

History of Café Procope: Oldest Coffee Shop in Paris
History of Café Procope: Oldest Coffee Shop in Paris

An Italian named Francesco Procopio Dei Coltelli opened an establishment near Saint-Germain-des-Prés where this infusion would be tested in society. The establishment was opened to sell coffees and ice cream, specialties that the Italians exported to the main European capitals

Three years later, the installation of the recent Comédie Française on the same street attracted the show’s clientele.

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⛵ Discovering Venice in two days: Second day

Discovering Venice in two days

Venice Map
Venice Map. Click to see in Goocle maps

Murano and Burano Islands

On the second day we took a boat Vaporetto in San Marcos square. Previously we acquired a full day ticket that includes all the routes throughout the day. Our destination is the islands of Murano and Burano

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Falling in Love With Venice

Falling in Love with Venice from The First Day

Venice is a city where it is impossible not to fall in love. The whole city is charming, its monuments, buildings, streets and canals filled with the Venetian soul. We’re going to tour venice in two.

Venice Fall in Love - Small Channel

We know that there is very little time for this amazing city, but we will try it with the most charming and stylish places

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Medieval bridge shot down in Tournai – Belgium

Belgium demolishes a 13th century bridge It is for them to navigate ships of up to 2,000 tons The Hole Bridge is located in Tournai, a border town with France. Belgium intends to join the Seine-North canal project and have access to the port of Le Havre.  In the Belgian town of Tournai, with 70,000 inhabitants, a thirteenth-century bridge has begun to be demolished. This is to give free passage to ships of up to 2,000 tons. The Pont des …

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