Monday, October 1, 2012

The Orleans NightLife Blog: An Introduction.

Orleans, France is the city, along wth loyal sentiment to Saint Joan in which New Orleans was named after.  The ole traditions of the Great Middle Ages still have there hold upon this city of somewhere arouind 250,000.  The impact upon its nightlife entertainment is the central attraction to bring in scores of International tourism and making a region hub for top musical concerts as well.

A deeper look into the roots of the city's cultural dynamic is this Wikipedia ' The Free Encyclopeda ' explanation.....

On the south bank the "châtelet des Tourelles" protected access to the bridge. This was the site of the battle on 8 May 1429 which allowed Joan of Arc to enter and liberate the city from the Plantagenets during the Hundred Years' War, with the help of the royal generals Dunois and Florent d'Illiers. The city's inhabitants have continued to remain faithful and grateful to her to this day, calling her "la pucelle d'Orléans" (the maid of Orléans), offering her a middle-class house in the city, and contributing to her ransom when she was taken prisoner (though this ransom was sequestered by Charles VII and Joan was only 19 when she was burned at the stake on 30 May 1431 in the city of Rouen).

The above entries are press release news reports of whats happening.......

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