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Offbeat In Poitou-Charentes, your confinement is preserved for eternity

13:40  29 may  2020
13:40  29 may  2020 Source:   leparisien.fr

Immobilier: despite confinement, no large city shows falling prices

 Immobilier: despite confinement, no large city shows falling prices © 10'000 Hours - Getty Images Immobilier: despite confinement, no big city displays falling prices According to the SeLoger barometer published by Capital, none of the 30 largest cities in France experienced a price drop in April 2020, a period marked by sanitary confinement. Has the offer cooled the claims of the sellers? No, according to the SeLoger barometer published by Capital.

With the "Containment memory" operation, the Charente-Maritime Archives call for documenting a historical period.

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Drawings, diaries and emails, photos or videos: the Charente-Maritime Departmental Archives are launching the operation " Containment memories ". Objective: to document the health crisis based on our own experiences and memories. “Everyone in France can file freely. We refrain from sorting. If we have as many documents on May 1968 or the Great War, it is because they were collected, preserved even when it seemed harmless, ”explains Louis-Gilles Pairault, the director of this structure with 35,000 linear meters of public and private archives located in La Rochelle.

Louis de Funès: his granddaughter Julia de Funès finds that there were "too many" reruns of his films during confinement

 Louis de Funès: his granddaughter Julia de Funès finds that there were © Capture TMC Louis de Funès: his granddaughter Julia de Funès finds that there were "too many" reruns of her films during the confinement Invited on the set of Daily to talk about telework from her point of view as a philosopher, Julia de Funès, granddaughter of the cult actor, took advantage of the deconfinement to say what she had thought of the many reruns of her grandfather's films.

A diary for students

Sophie Lucas-Faytre, artist by profession based in Montpellier-de-Médillan, was one of the first to submit her sketches: "I took 20 days to digest this confinement and then I launched into an exercise in style: a sketch every morning made from my only kitchen ”. Thirty-five "optimistic and saving" drawings were thus entrusted to the Archives as evidence of his state of mind during confinement. A French teacher in Saintes, Dominique Artaud launched a challenge to his 25 3rd graders: "Write a logbook, add comics, poems, photos ... They only have to write it by hand!" These young people live in a historic moment and have the possibility of keeping a record of it. I gave them carte blanche. ”

Louis-Gilles Pairault confirms: “ Work or home schooling, distance friendliness… our lifestyles changed during the crisis. We do not yet know the meaning of all these documents. But it's always like that with the archives! »

Gad Elmaleh: how confinement has helped him get closer to his mother .
© Bestimage Gad Elmaleh: how confinement has helped him get closer to his mother Gad Elmaleh is one of the many people that confinement has made evolve, for good. In an interview with TV Magazine, the comedian said that the recent conditions related to the health crisis have allowed him to get closer to his mother. The health crisis will have totally changed mentalities .

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