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Giverny and claude monet

If you like art, there is no better place to visit than this. In Normandy, along the Seine, near Paris, he arrives at Government House, which was the residence of Claude Monet from 1883. Faced with this, the impressionist painter built gardens where different plants combined to create one of the scenarios that will be represented in many of his works. The visitor goes deeper into a magical garden giving the impression of being sucked into one of the pictures hanging in the Museum D'Orsay, to be abstracted to mere reality. You can stroll through the green paths and get lost among different coloured flowers scattered at random. A lake divides the garden into two and you can cross over the famous Japanese bridge. The strong Japanese influence is reflected in the water which serves as a mirror for the hanging trees planted on the banks of the pond. This scene resembles a watercolor painting with floating water lilies. An afternoon spent outdoors walking through these gardens really brings you closer to the work of Monet. Depending on the time of year, this wonderful place will transport you to a different painting.
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House and gardens of monet

Monet created this garden that he painted so often. When the weather is bad in Normandy, Monet spent his time painting what he was gradulayy building. Surprising to see that what we admire in the paintings of this brilliant artist exists in reality. A multitude of tourists decide to go to see it. Go first thing in the morning and go around as soon as the museum opens.
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In search of claude monet

Dellimpressionismo you love, you love Claude Monet? You must plan a visit to Giverny, a small town of 500 souls dellAlta Normandy. By car from Paris in less than an hour percorrerai 70 km between rape fields, poplars, oaks and elms. if you do not like and do not mind driving in expenses can reach Giverny taxi with about 200, or from Paris, the Gare St. Lazare about every two hours there is a train that in 50 m. brings you to Vernon, from here twice a day there is a bus that reaches 7m in Giverny. for a total cost of 35. The visit dobbligo the house and gardens of Claude Monet, where its presence is felt in a magical and fascinating; Because now unimmagine is worth a thousand words trying to see:

In cerca di claude monet

Sei amante dell’impressionismo, ti piace Claude Monet ? Devi programmare una visita a Giverny , un piccolo centro di 500 anime dell’Alta normandia. In auto da Parigi in meno di un’ora percorrerai 70 km tra campi di colza , pioppi, querce ed olmi . se non ti piace guidare e non badi a spese puoi raggiungere Giverny in taxi con circa 200€ , altrimenti da Parigi , alla gare St. Lazare circa ogni due ore parte un treno che in 50 m. ti porta a Vernon , da qui due volte al giorno parte un bus che raggiunge Giverny in 7m. per una spesa complessiva di 35 €. La visita d’obbligo è alla casa ed ai giardini di Claude Monet dove la sua presenza si avverte in maniera magica ed affascinante ; ora poiché un’immagine vale piu’ di mille parole prova a vedere, ecco le foto.
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Giverny is a small french commune loc...

Giverny is a small French commune located in Normandy. It is situated 50 km. In Paris, on the Seine and was the first place where Claude Monet, the great master of Impressionism concurred to paint until he moved there. His great talent was reflected in his paintings, now scattered in the great museums of the major capitals of the world .... But you can find places in Giverny, pasisajes and flowers, your own design and painted jardínque, you will see the house where he lived, even with its famous water lily pond and Japanese bridge, coquelicots them (poppies) that give name to cutest picture to my world. The restoration of the house of Claude Monet in 1980 led to a tourist boom that thronged the streets of Giverny all handsome. Monet lived there from 1883-1926. His remains and those of many of his family rest in the local cemetery. For me it is the ideal place full of colors and peace ..... Where if I could spend as long as possible, unfortunately the days when trips are tyrants ..... But at least I could see personally, it is not an understatement ....

Giverny es una pequeña población y comuna francesa situada en Normandía. Está situada a 50 km. De París, sobre el Sena y fue el lugar adonde primeramente Claude Monet, el gran Maestro del Impresionismo concurría para pintar hasta que se mudó allí.
Su gran talento quedó plasmado en sus lienzos, repartidos ahora en los grandes museos de las principales capitales del mundo.... Pero en Giverny podés encontrar lugares, pasisajes y flores, las de su propio jardínque el diseño y pintó, podrás ver la casa adonde habitó, aún los estanques con sus famosos nenúfares y el puente japonés, les coquelicots (las amapolas) que dan nombre al cuadro para mi más lindo del mundo.
La restauración de la casa de Claude Monet en el año 1980 dio lugar a un boom turístico que atestó las lindísimas callecitas de Giverny. Monet vivió allí desde 1883 hasta 1926. Sus restos como los de muchos de sus familiares descansan en el cementerio local.
Para mi es el lugar ideal lleno de colores y paz..... Adonde si pudiera pasaría el mayor tiempo posible, lamentablemente los días en los viajes son tiranos..... Pero por lo menos lo pude ver personalmente, lo que no es poco decir....
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Claude monet's house

Monet was a genius, no doubt, but knowing where he spent most of his life can understand how he had so much inspiration. The property, located in the charming village of Giverny is a beautiful nook equipped with a set of gardens and lakes planned with art, as it should be. The interior is kept unchanged as the time that Monet lived there, with furniture, paintings and household utensils. To visit the site, distant 80 km from Paris, just take a train station in San Lazaro and traveling through a rural area about 45 minutes. It is not necessary to spend about 70 euros to hire a tour there. The tour standalone costs no more than 17euros and is quiet. In the small village there are nice restaurants and displayed on a small guide that is distributed when it comes to location. All very well organized and prepared to welcome thousands of tourists monthly.

A casa de claude monet

Monet foi um gênio, sem a menor dúvida, mas conhecendo o lugar onde passou grande parte da sua vida dá para entender como ele teve tanta inspiração.
A propriedade, localizada na graciosa vila de Giverny, é um recanto belíssimo dotado de um conjunto de jardins e lagos planejados com arte, como não poderia deixar de ser. O interior da casa é mantido inalterado, como na época em que Monet lá vivia, com móveis, quadros e utensílios caseiros.
Para visitar o local, distante 80 Km de Paris, basta tomar um trem na estação São Lazaro e viajar por uma área rural por cerca de 45 minutos. Não é necessário gastar cerca de 70 euros para contratar uma excursão até lá. O passeio autônomo não custa mais que 17euros e é tranquilo.
Na pequena vila há restaurantes agradáveis e indicados em um pequeno guia que é distribuído quando se chega ao local. Tudo muito bem organizado e preparado para receber os milhares de turistas mensais.
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How about feel within one monet painting?

I enjoyed an unforgettable experience and I felt an enormous sense of peace, knowing the house where he lived the master of Impressionism, Claude Monet, from 1883 until his death in 1926 and the famous gardens that inspired his works. The property is located in Giverny, 75 km from Paris and the quiet access, made a part of the train, at Vernon and the rest of the route by bus. A wonderful walk at any time of year, but especially in the spring, where the garden're simply stunning.

Que tal se sentir dentro um quadro de monet?

Desfrutei de uma experiência inesquecível e senti uma enorme sensação de paz, conhecendo a casa onde morou o mestre do impressionismo, Claude Monet, entre 1883 até sua morte, em 1926 e os famosos jardins que inspiraram suas obras.

A propriedade fica em Giverny, a 75 km de Paris e o acesso é tranquilo, feito uma parte de trem, até Vernon e o restante do percurso, de ônibus.

Um passeio maravilhoso em qualquer época do ano, mas especialmente na primavera, onde o jardim está simplesmente deslumbrante.
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The beauty of the waters

Great fun to visit, the colors are beautiful and light sockets change much, a visit to all season to see the evolution of flowers and plants. Just perfect.

La beauté des eaux

Beaucoup de plaisir a visiter, les couleurs sont magnifiques et les prises de lumière changent beaucoup, une visite a faire en toute saison afin de voir l'évolution des fleurs et des plantes. Juste parfait.
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A day with an impressionist

Highlights not only the extensive work of Monet .... but to discover as painters of the time looked for other sources of inspiration in this beautiful countryside, so the garden is an integral part of his work .... hence they are called "impressionist". I was in May, it's spring. Everything is an explosion of flowers of all kinds, arranged beautifully. A further view refreshment for your water garden is also that plays in one of your pictures with the little bridge and wisteria ... is very exciting removed aa background photo where you performed the same box. A highly recommended place so nice and his work. Do not forget to take your batteries charged photo cameras because they do not reach for all the photos!

Un dia con un impresionista

Lo destacado no solo es la extensa obra de Monet .... sino descubrir como los pintores de la época buscaron otras fuentes de inspiración en esta hermosa campiña, por ello los jardines forma parte integrante de su obra .... de ahí que sean llamados "impresionistas" . Estuve en mayo, que es primavera . Todo es una explosión de flores de todo tipo, arregladas espléndidamente .Un refresco para la vista además está también su jardín acuático que reproduce en unos de sus cuadros con el puentecito y las glicinas ... es muy emocionante sacarse una una foto con el fondo donde se realizo ese mismo cuadro . Un lugar altamente recomendable por lo bonito y por su obra. No olviden llevar cargadas las pilas de sus camaras fotograficas porque no les alcanzará para todas las fotos!
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What a thrill in monet's garden !!

Getting to Monet's home means going through landscapes that seem to square .. and then as if by magic you find yourself there ... inside one of his most famous paintings, including water lilies and Japanese bridges .. !

Che emozione nel giardino di monet!!

Arrivare alla casa di Monet significa attraversare paesaggi che sembrano quadri.. e poi come per magia ti ritrovi lì ...dentro ad uno dei suoi dipinti più famosi, tra le ninfee e i ponti giapponesi.. !!
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Beautiful place that evokes a little of the famous painter

Beautiful place that evokes a little of the famous painter

Bello lugar que evoca a la época del famoso pintor

Bello lugar que evoca a la época del famoso pintor
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Need???

Need??

Precisa???

Precisa???
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Beautiful colors

beautiful colors

splendidi colori
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We were there recently and the truth ...

We were there recently and the truth is that it's a shame we did not have coffee with milk.

Estuvimos ahí hace poco y la verdad es que una lastima que no teníamos cafe con leche.
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Monet gardens

!!! What a beautiful place, I loved it, well worth the visit.

Jardines de monet

Que sitio tan bonito!!!,me encantó, merece la pena visitarlo.
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A visit to monet's garden is an optio...

A visit to Monet's garden is an option for visitors to Paris who have several days available and who believe they have seen enough in the capital. It 'also, of course, nice option for those who wish to know the Normandy countryside and the surroundings of Paris, and, of course, a must for lovers of Monet. The Garden is already widely known for its lakes, its water lilies and the bridge that Monet is a large number of paintings. It 'important to choose the season goes on you (if possible), since according to this, the landscape changes dramatically. By a leafy garden and green can go to a cold and bare, with only a few trees and some perennial flower that bears the winter. Monet also represented the garden in all seasons, but the most charming and fascinating visually, is what occurs at the end of spring, when all the bulbs (tulips, daffodils, etc.) and water lilies, have already bloomed and the trees and shrubs are leafy. The visit can be done in 1h30m and another 30 minutes to visit Monet's house, which is in the same garden. The ticket costs € 5.50 for adults, and for students a little 'less (bring your student ID card). To get to the garden without a car, your best bet is the train, which stops not far from the garden.

La visita al Giardino di Monet è un'opzione per i visitanti di Parigi che hanno vari giorni a disposizione e che credono che hanno visto abbastanza nella capitale. E' anche, ovviamente, un'opzione gradevole per coloro che desiderino conoscere la campagna normanna e i dintorni di Parigi, ed, evidentemente, visita obbligata per gli amanti di Monet. Il Giardino è già ampiamente conosciuto per i suoi laghetti, le sue ninfee e per il ponte che Monet rappresenta in gran numero di quadri. E' importante scegliere la stagione in sui si va (se possibile), visto che in base a questo il paesaggio cambia radicalmente. Da un giardino frondoso e verde può passare a uno freddo e spoglio, con solo qualche albero perenne e qualche fiore che sopporta l'inverno. Anche Monet rappresentò il giardino in tutte le stagioni, ma il più incantevole e affascinate visualmente, è quello che si produce alla fine della primavera, quando tutti i bulbi (tulipani, narcisi, etc) e ninfee, hanno già fiorito e gli alberi e arbusti sono frondosi. La visita si può fare in 1h30m e altri 30 minuti per visitare la casa di Monet, che sta nello stesso giardino. Il biglietto costa 5.50€ per gli adulti, e per gli studenti un po' meno (portare la tessera di studente). Per arrivare al giardino senza macchina, la cosa migliore è il treno, che ferma non molto lontano dal giardino.
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Information about Claude Monet's House and Gardens

Claude Monet's House and Gardens Phone Number
+33 2 32 51 28 21
+33 2 32 51 28 21
Claude Monet's House and Gardens Address
84 Rue Claude Monet
84 Rue Claude Monet
Claude Monet's House and Gardens Website
http://www.museefondationclaudemonet.com
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