Sport "The favorite monument of the French": the 2020 edition on France 3
Taj Mahal reopens after longest shutdown
The iconic monument was closed in March to halt the spread of coronavirus. It will now allow only 5,000 visitors daily and enforce Covid-19 safety measures as cases spike in India. The Taj Mahal is one of the world's leading tourist attractions, and drew as many as 70,000 people every day before the pandemic.The 17th-Century marble mausoleum was built by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his queen, Mumtaz Mahal. It was last shut briefly in 1978 when Agra city, where it is located, flooded. And before that, the monument closed for a few days in 1971, during a war between India and Pakistan.
The public channel's show is part of the European Heritage Days on September 19 and 20.
presents, Friday September 18 at 9:05 pm on , the public ranking of the “Favorite monument of the French”. The facilitator settles down at the Château de Champs-sur-Marne, in , to reveal the classification of the fourteen monuments, thirteen in metropolitan France and one in Reunion. He then goes to the winning monument of the 2020 edition of the Favorite Monument for the French, now broadcast on France 3.
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"This program highlights and shows the diversity and richness of the national heritage. All the selected monuments won, since they benefit from the media aura with maximum exposure on television ", explains the founder of Mission Bern, who also releases Le Patrimoine pour les Dulls (First Éditions).
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The 2020 edition puts the castle heritage in competition with the castle and gardens of Villandry (Center-Val de Loire),(Pays de la Loire) or that of Champ-de-Bataille (Normandy), and religious heritage, with the Sainte-Chapelle (Île-de-France), the Saint-Nicolas cathedral in Nice (Paca), the imperial chapel of the Palais Fesch in Ajaccio (Corsica) or the Tamil temple Narassingua Péroumal (Réunion).
Digital and drive-in, film festivals try to salvage a season
NEW YORK (AP) — This is normally the time of year when flashy premieres march down red carpets and proclamations of Oscar buzz circle the globe. An avalanche of new films topples onto screens. The movie houses of Venice, Telluride, Toronto and New York shake with applause. The movies, more than ever, feel alive. This year, three of the four major fall film festivals – all but Telluride, which had to cancel – are going forward despite the pandemic. Those in Venice acknowledge it hasn’t been anywhere near the same. Masked moviegoers in set-apart seats. A barrier walls off the red carpet to discourage crowds of onlookers. Greetings are kiss-less.
It also gives pride of place to military heritage with the citadel and the Lion of Belfort (Burgundy - Franche-Comté), Fort La Latte (Brittany) or the arsenal of Rochefort (New Aquitaine).
"We are seeing an increasingly strong sensitivity for all forms of heritage, especially workers or the twentieth century" , specifies Stéphane Bern, who presents the Haut-Fourneau park, in Uckange (Grand Est), and the villa Cavrois (Hauts-de-France). The originality goes to the ideal palace of Facteur Cheval (Auvergne Rhône-Alpes) and to the landscape heritage of the Canal du Midi (Occitanie).Summer in France has served the rural heritage
Summer activist in France, Stéphane Bern notes: “In the Perche (region of his royal and military college of Thiron-Gardais) , we had 20% more visitors. The summer in France has benefited rural communities and the outskirts of France, but cities have suffered from the absence of foreign tourists ".
M. Patrimoine will soon present two new shows in the regions, "Le Grand Concours de la cuisine des regions" in October and "The favorite farm of the French" at the.
"The favorite monument of the French" at 9:05 pm on France 3
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