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82 Boulevard De Clichy, Paris, France
5 years ago
For a full-blown cabaret experience, the Moulin Rouge is the place to go every night. The red mill has been a beacon to the bohemian Montmartre crowd since 1899. Aristocrats and artists alike gathered; everyone ate and made merry—feel free to do the exact same! They uphold a pretty strict dress code here, so skip the shorts, sportswear, and sneakers. Prepare to rub elbows, since the dining room is also packed tight. The Moulin Rouge wows dinner guests with a musical revue, “Féerie.” 60 beautiful dancers don their tallest feather headdresses; their sequins and rhinestones glint whenever they hit the light. Don’t be shy and just dance along, the music really gets you going! Fun fact: it is said that the popular Cancan rose to fame right here as well!
5 years ago
Enjoy dinner and a cabaret show at the legendary Moulin Rouge! Colorful lights, flashy costumes, and thrilling choreography—it is a must-see in Paris! The Moulin Rouge fosters the same wild spirit today as it did when it first opened in 1889. They’ve updated their look and brought cabaret into the 21st Century, but classic acts like the Can-Can are still highlights of the show. It was quite a scandalous dance back then, but it eventually became a vital part of Parisian culture. The Moulin Rouge was where Bohemian life flourished during La Belle Epoque. The venue drew artists, and artists created work about its glamorous nightlife in turn. The party under the Red Mill inspired avant-garde performances, risqué dance moves, and iconic paintings (like those of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec).
5 years ago
Henri Toulouse-Lautrec shines his painter’s spotlight on the bohemian crowd of the Moulin Rouge. The five men and women in the center of the painting, “At the Moulin Rouge,” were a part of the time’s art scene—photographers, a dancer, and a writer. The Moulin Rouge was a cabaret popular with artists. It was the 1890s equivalent of a seedy yet beloved nightclub. Dancers clad in rhinestones and feathers celebrate Paris’ history and culture in this one-of-a-kind show. Lautrec was a regular who painted the scenes, often inserting himself in with the crowd. You, too, can bring yourself into the art much like Lautrec painted.
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2 months ago
One of the most iconic buildings in the world – the Sydney Opera House is an architectural masterpiece and vibrant performance space.
10 months ago
Are aliens 👽 real? Are they observing us? I have no idea but I'm sure this stacks of stones is surely a mystery to behold.
10 months ago
I've always wanted to experience life in New Zealand and one of the places I will visit first once I get there is the Hobbiton 🧝♂️. Who wouldn't want to try the simple and peaceful life of the hobbits (except for the running away from orcs and addiction to rings), right?
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