Moulin Rouge: the famous Parisian cabaret has lost its wings

Moulin Rouge: the famous Parisian cabaret has lost its wings
The wings of the Moulin Rouge fell on the night of Wednesday April 24th to Thursday April 25th without injury. The opportunity to look back at the history of the famous Parisian cabaret for 20 hours.
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The wings of the Moulin Rouge fell on the night of Wednesday April 24th to Thursday April 25th without injury. The opportunity to look back at the history of the famous Parisian cabaret for 20 hours.

Thursday, April 25, the Moulin Rouge in Paris seems to be amputated. On the night of Wednesday to Thursday, the wings of a famous cabaret fell without causing injury. Here the wings have been spinning for 135 years, a long period of magic, frou-frou and French cancan. A ballroom where ordinary people and high society mingled back then.

Moulin Rouge remains open

Cabaret dancers are the heart of the Moulin Rouge, all legs, sequins and feathers. Some even became famous for their naughty nicknames: “La Môme Fromage”, “Mimi-patte en l’air” or even “La Goulue”, which caught the owners’ eye. The stars that create the image of the Paris postcard shine far beyond the borders of France. Tourists will not be disappointed on Thursday night. The famous Moulin Rouge remains open. No matter what happens, the show never ends.

 

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