La Movida Madrileña (English: The Madrid Scene) was a countercultural movement that took place mainly in Madrid during the Spanish transition after Francisco Franco's death in 1975. The movement coincided with economic growth in Spain and the emergence of a new Spanish identity. The "Concierto homenaje a Canito" ("Canito Memorial Concert"), taking place on February 9th, 1980, is widely considered the traditional start date of La Movida Madrileña.
Méditerranée was a department of the First French Empire in present-day Italy. The department was disbanded after the defeat of Napoleon in 1814.
Seafood restaurant in Mont Choisy, Pamplemousses, Mauritius.
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La Fete A St. Etienne. Les Rockers Du Match. Allez Les Verts (Instrumental). Face B. Et Merci A La France. Rond Comme Des Ballons. Un Taxi Pour Geoffroy Guichard. Et Merci À La France (Suite Et Fin). Disques Monty, 9286 453).
Style: Impressionism. Aristide Maillol Famous works. Bust of Pierre-Auguste Renoir, 1907.
32, place Commandant Lamy 06250 Mougins France Map. French. TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence.
|A1||Strada Luna (Naples)||1:55|
|A2||Il Gieco (Palerme)||1:45|
|A3||Petres Ke Elies (Delphes)||2:15|
|A4||Les Moulins De Myconos (Myconos)||1:46|
|A5||Danse Des Pecheurs (Heraklion)||2:05|
|B1||Venezia Ragaza (Venise)||1:55|
|B2||Sous Les Murs De Raguse (Debrovnik)||3:30|
|B3||Capou-Sta-Petralona (Le Piree)||3:53|
|B4||Papoulis Varquiza (Delos)||3:27|
|B5||Le Croissant D'or (Istanboul)||2:00|
- Composed By – A. Amaraggi*, G. Comineas*
- Directed By – Claude Dejacques
- Layout – Jean-Paul Theodule*
- Photography – Office National Hellenique du Tourisme (Temple de l'Ile de Samothrace)
- Producer – Didier Appert, Jacques-Philippe Lagier
|DY 69 523, PES 301 122||A. Amaraggi*||La Mediterranée (LP, Gat)||Daphy, PES||DY 69 523, PES 301 122||France||Unknown|