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Book France: the international French book portal

FranceLivre, the first French website for a global audience, was founded by the Centre National du Livre, in association with the Bureau international de l’édition française and l’Institut français. FranceLivre is the single site for all book businesses and organizations, a joint portal providing access to all the sites. It allows publishing professionals, both in France and abroad, to measure the richness and diversity of French publishing output. It provides them with support and guidance to acquire the translation rights for French works. FranceLivre seeks to be a responsive and comprehensive showcase. Each week, the portal, partner of thirty newspapers and broadcast media, will publish a selection of news from one of these titles.

Books - Culturethèque

  • Culturethèque


    Available now! Culturethèque is the digital platform of your multimedia library.You can access hundreds of thousands of documentary resources for free, with a few clicks of your mouse, thanks to a powerful search engine.These include books, audio books, videos, newspapers, magazines and journals,… Read more
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    A website on Pierre Savorgnan de Brazza, mysterious founder of the French Congo

    Since 1999, the French delegation for national commemorations has built a network of websites dedicated to specific anniversaries and commemorations. In this regard, an amazing website about Pierre Savorgnan de Brazza, mysterious founder of the French Congo, was created for the centenary of his… Read more
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    A website dedicated to Henri the 4th, one of France greatest king

    A very rich website commemorates Henri the 4th of France, a key figure to understand the economic, military and cultural prowess of France during the 17th century. The country was ruined by a terrible war of religion between Catholic and Protestants when he ascended the throne of France in 1589.… Read more