After more than two centuries of history, the Central House of Melun is scheduled to close in 2027

After more than two centuries of history, the Central House of Melun is scheduled to close in 2027

Azaliya (Elya Vatel)/AdobeStock The central house of Melun at 10 Quai de la Courtille was one of the first in France. It experienced five building campaigns between 1812 and 1884. Capable of holding 308 prisoners, it is one of the most famous Léon Rodriguez of the Bonnot gang. Today the question arises of its relocation … Read more

Real estate in the Aveyron: Inflation dampens enthusiasm for individual house projects

Real estate in the Aveyron: Inflation dampens enthusiasm for individual house projects

Higher prices in all areas, more restrictive financing… Projects are becoming more and more complex to manage and professionals are looking for solutions. This runaway inflation, which is putting pressure on consumption, cannot spare those who dream of their own roof. Everything gets more expensive when you want to build your own home, a desire … Read more

Detached house: Inflation dampens enthusiasm

Detached house: Inflation dampens enthusiasm

the essential Higher prices in all areas, more restrictive financing… Projects are becoming more and more complex to manage and professionals are looking for solutions. This galloping inflation, which is putting pressure on consumption, cannot spare those who dream of their own roof. Everything gets more expensive when you want to build your own home, … Read more

Home pregnancy tests: how does it work?

Home pregnancy tests: how does it work?

Marianne Moritzot Journalist specializing in tourism/gastronomy/wellbeing/parenting Published on 05/18/2022 at 11:02 p.m in collaboration with Carole Maître (gynaecologist) Our grandmothers apparently had homemade pregnancy tests to find out if a woman was pregnant. We then mixed urine with bleach, vinegar, salt, sugar… What about today? Can these DIY tests be reliable? Explanations. The first “real” … Read more

The House of Saleh finds its musical soul

The House of Saleh finds its musical soul

Zeina Saleh Kayali’s artistic approach came from a long-standing but never realized wish of her father Samir Saleh, a great lawyer who had lived in London since the 1980s and kept coming back to the countryside to find Beit el-Tabaris. A family home in which the young woman was born and raised, a home initially … Read more