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  • Which painter lived from 1883 in Giverny, close to the River Seine, where he and his wife cultivated a garden centred around a waterlily pond which became the subject of many of his most significant paintings?

    September 2007

  • Still, he says he is only in the early stages of understanding Giverny, which is open to the public seven months a year and drew more than 500,000 visitors in 2010.

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  • Still, he says he is only in the early stages of understanding Giverny, which is open to the public seven months a year and drew more than 500,000 visitors in 2010.

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  • Still, he says he is only in the early stages of understanding Giverny, which is open to the public seven months a year and drew more than 500,000 visitors in 2010.

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  • "Giverny": hair: Kyoot hair (Waverly); necklace Alienbear Gupte; 3 - Dress "Céleste": hair: Celestial Studio (Delwish hair); necklace Aliebear Gupte sn@tch; 2 - Suit "Rockeur"

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  • -- Giverny also for Monet lovers - short trip from Paris - go with a tour company - I went with one that leaves from near the Louvre - take a picnic and eat on a bench in the gardens - paradise

    What to Do in Paris / Que faire a Paris? - French Word-A-Day

  • I did the Paris Night tour and Giverny (Monet's Gardens) and loved both.

    What to Do in Paris / Que faire a Paris? - French Word-A-Day

  • They have a few tours to Giverny with an afternoon stop at either Versailles or Auvers-sur-Oise.

    What to Do in Paris / Que faire a Paris? - French Word-A-Day

  • Take a train out to Giverny to see Monet's house and garden, or if you want to be chauffeured, arrange a minibus with ParisVision.

    What to Do in Paris / Que faire a Paris? - French Word-A-Day

  • Other great day trips out of town include Chartres (catch the 10: 30 train out of Montparnasse, do the Malcolm Miller tour at noon, then have lunch at Le Serpent) and Giverny - Monet's house and gardens.

    What to Do in Paris / Que faire a Paris? - French Word-A-Day

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