The Macarons de Paris differ from the Macarons de Saint-Emilion

Macarons de Saint-Emilion are biscuits made from crushed almonds, sugar and egg whites, an ancient recipe invented in Italy and improved by the Ursuline sisters of St-Emilion in 1620

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Nougat de Montelimar with almonds and pistachios

The nougat de Montelimar is a honey and almond-based confectionery and renowned Provençal specialty that was invented in Mesopotamia (modern day Iraq) during the 10th century

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Easter Eggs

Easter Eggs, a Christian tradition that take its roots in paganism, when ancient people considered eggs as the symbol of renewal, life and fecundity

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La Capelle Balaguier Templar Cross

La Capelle Balaguier Templar Cross, an enigmatic stone Cross initially erected in a nearby village and moved to its current location in Aveyron in 1811

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One of the 25 Paris churches you'll enjoy visiting

A compilation of 25 Paris churches you will enjoy visiting, churches that might be less known but boasts a wealth of architectural and ornamental features

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