Latin Quarter


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Latin Quarter

an area of Paris, on the S bank of the River Seine: contains the city's main educational establishments; centre for students and artists
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Latin Quarter

section of Paris on left bank of the Seine; home of students, artists, and writers. [Fr. Culture: EB, VI: 71–72]
Allusions—Cultural, Literary, Biblical, and Historical: A Thematic Dictionary. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Highlights & inclusions Admission to the Prix de l'Arc A visit to the Latin Quarter in Paris Two nights' bed and continental breakfast accommodation at a three-star hotel in the Greater Paris area Coach travel from the local area and Channel crossings Escorted by a friendly tour manager *Book by 31 July 2015.
A Montmartre B La Defense C Montparnasse D Latin Quarter
Moscow hosted the Cup of the Latin Quarter - 2015 international competition in modern ballroom dance on February 19-22.
Immerse yourself in the capital with this one-bedroom apartment in the Latin Quarter. Looking out on a typically Parisian street it's been expensively kitted out with a smart kitchen and polished parquet floors.
Sr, with its many archaeological associations, could draw on that rich past as could places like Barbar and A'ali - in the way that a city like Amsterdam has an Artists quarter, Paris a Latin Quarter and New Orleans a French Quarter with the nomenclature of streets and squares drawn from the names of people associated with the umbrella theme.
Teenagers in Yokohama are trying to prevent their Latin Quarter from being demolished to make way for some 1964 Tokyo Olympics' facilities.
Wearing a leather jacket and dancing under the watchful eye of his bodyguard and grinning guitarist, the 18-year-old sang hits like 'Baby' and 'One Time' to the frenzied crowd gathered at a street behind the Pantheon monument in the Latin Quarter.
But tonight, it becomes Paris's Latin Quarter in the 1840s.
In addition to the exhibit in Oakland, Navar's art will be on display in a group art show titled "The Latin Quarter Art Exhibit" through July 13 at the Ventura County Government Center in Ventura, Calif.
"Cabret" shot in Paris in August for nine days in two neighborhoods: The Latin Quarter, including inside the Sorbonne and a Metro station; and the area around the Square de l'Opera-Louis Jouvet (pictured), where the facade of the Athenee theater was transformed and the storefronts were turned into a hat shop, watchmaker, haberdashery and pharmacy.
The new campus has been described as the new Latin Quarter in Abu Dhabi, similar to the area where the parent campus is located, right down to the distinctive dome of the original building in France.
Mortal red and gold scarred our black republican sky crumping the Latin Quarter and most of the hospitals with their healing-huddled beds, most screaming infant schools, while at the Invalides hysteric Prussian shells shrill as harpies in Wagner never woke the slumberer in the huge sunken vault fit for an emperor of porphyry and basalt.