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London is cherished for its double-decker buses, old pubs, and rows of terraced houses. But beyond its role as a representation of England, the city is also a global metropolis where the world’s cultures unfold in a sprawling patchwork of diverse neighborhoods. Stepping onto the Tube, you’ll hear the lilt of local accents alongside a peppering of some 200 languages. One of them is French. In pockets from South Kensington to Brick Lane, French culture in London continues to grow, even as the uncertainty of Brexit looms over the Thames. The French embassy has suggested that 300,000 French citizens live in the city, and over the years, politicians on both sides of the Channel have referred t... Tout l'article

8 janvier