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The Roman Roads of Gaul Visualized as a Modern Subway Map

At a casual glance, some travelers may take the map above for a depiction of France’s enviable intercity high-speed rail network Train à Grande Vitesse, better known as TGV. In reality, its content predates that system’s inauguration in the early 1980s — and by nearly two millennia at that. This is in fact a map of Gaul, a region of Europe that, most broadly defined, included modern-day France, Luxembourg, and Belgium, as well as parts of Switzerland, Italy, the Netherlands, and Germany. Ruled ...
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Luxembourg: 2019 Tax Forecasts - ATOZ Tax Advisers

The ratification procedures of the new France-Luxembourg tax treaty and the Multilateral Convention to Implement Tax Treaty Related Measures to Prevent BEPS ("MLI")
Tags: News, Luxembourg, France Luxembourg


Justin Long in New US Trailer for Animated Bugs Adventure 'Tall Tales'

"Party's over, you microbes!" Viva Kids Films has debuted an official US trailer for the animated adventure Tall Tales, titled in full Tall Tales from the Magical Garden of Antoon Krings. This movie made in France & Luxembourg is directed by animator Arnaud Bouron & the creator of the book (titled "Drôles de petites bêtes" or "Funny little beasts") Antoon Krings. The story is about Apollo, a cricket saltimbanque with a big heart, who arrives at the "village of small animals". He wastes no ti...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Kingdom, US, Animation, Justin Long, Kate Mara, New US, France Luxembourg, To Watch, Antoon Krings, Magical Garden, Viva Kids Films, Arnaud Bouron


France, Luxembourg drawing 0-0

Victory in Toulouse would see France return to the top of qualifying Group A. Elsewhere, Belgium can secure World Cup qualification with a win vs. Greece, while Cristiano Ronaldo and Portugal visit Hungary. Latest scores Live
Tags: Greece, France, Football, Sport, Hungary, Portugal, Cristiano Ronaldo, Belgium, Toulouse, Null, France Luxembourg


The coldest decade of the millennium?

While searching through historical archives to find out more about the 15th-century climate of what is now Belgium, northern France, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands, a researcher noticed something odd. Compared with other decades of the last millennium, many of the 1430s' winters and some springs were extremely cold in the Low Countries, as well as in other parts of Europe.
Tags: Netherlands, Belgium, France Luxembourg


TheNewspaper.com Roundup: August 24, 2016

Each Wednesday, we’ll publish quick summaries of the articles from the last week on TheNewspaper.com. We’re doing this because these articles are often strongly connected to the issues that National Motorists Association members are interested in. Wednesday, August 24, 2016 Tennessee Attorney General Reverses Course On Red-Light Cameras In a blockbuster ruling last month, Tennessee Attorney General Herbert H. Slatery III held that private companies could not review red-light camera images under...
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France, Luxembourg roll out red carpet for post-Brexit business

British Prime Minister David Cameron once gleefully offered to "roll out the red carpet" for French executives wanting to escape staggering wealth taxes. Now, with London's red carpet fraying after the Brexit vote to leave the European Union, Paris is stepping in to welcome bankers and investors who may want to flee the uncertainty hanging over the City's role as a global finance hub. "In this new environment which is taking shape, we want France to be attractive," Prime Minister Manuel ...
Tags: London, News, France, David Cameron, Manuel Valls, France Luxembourg


Top Euro court ends mega ebook VAT slash in France, Luxembourg

Too bad for Amazon, eh? Your Kindle purchases are about to get dearer following a decision by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) that France and Luxembourg can no longer charge a reduced rate of VAT for ebooks.…
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