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An incredible Shopping & Culture weekend at the Concorde Opéra Paris **** for 2 including:
Winner : Elodie Raulin
Congratulations! Concorde Hotels & Resorts wishes you a pleasant stay!
Indice n°1: Opéra Garnier first opened in 1875.
Indice n°2: this is the scaffolding which entierely covered the Palais Garnier all work long. It was removed once the construction finished.
Indice n°3: in French, ballet-girl (or boys) are called "little rats" (petits rats)
Indice n°4: portrait of Charles Garnier, the Opéra's architect.
Indice n°5: diving under the scene, here are the machines which get sceneries up or down.
Indice n°6: Tulle is the textile used for ballet-girls' tutus.
Indice n°7: it was a film strip from the famous French movie La Grande Vadrouille produced by Gérard Oury, with Louis de Funès and Bourvil.
Indice n°8: bronze sculpture on the roof of the Opéra Garnier, representing La Poésie (Charles Gumery)
Indice n°9: one of the most famous opera, La Traviata by Giuseppe Verdi.
Indice n°10: bees have taken up residence on the roof the Opera and you can buy their honey!
Indice n°11: 172 x 101 m, these are the dimensions of the Opera.
Indice n°12: painting by Camille Pissarro
Indice n°13: map of the Opéra Garnier
Indice n°14: ballet girl
Indice n°15: Would you like some Opéra cake? Yummy!
Indice n°16: movie strip from The Fantom of the Opera by Joel Schumacher, inspired by a novel written by a French author, Gaston Leroux.
Indice n°17: "I've got the seat #183 on the balcony."
Indice n°18: painting by Edgar Degas named Trois danseuses (three ballet-girls).
Indice n°19: le Foyer de la Danse, famous and luxurious dancing hall in the Opéra Garnier.
Indice n°20: painting L'Etoile by Edgar Degas, delicate admirer of dance and opera.
Indice n°21: the famous red velvet seats in the Opéra
Indice n°22: video of Christmas window at Repetto's.
Indice n°23: Opéra Garnier in located on the Boulevard des Capucines.
Indice n°24: the first dome's ceiling of the Opéra Garnier was painted by Jules Eugène Lenepveu but it is now hidden behind Marc Chagall's masterpiece.