Go back back in time until the last century. Now imagine hundreds of dancers wrapped in feathers French as Can-Can dancing And since you know where you are? Pues course, you’re in the Moulin Rouge! The Moulin Rouge has been since its inception, the world’s most famous cabaret. Today is comparable monuments including the likes of the Eiffel Tower and an emblem of Paris. The Moulin Rouge was built in 1889 thanks to two big businessmen, Charles and Joseph Oller Zidler. a ste was built in the Pigalle red light district at the foot of Montmartre. Since that time it became the hub of the Parisian night.
The building mimics a giant red mill a “hence the name a ” for which they have had great artists like Liza Minelli, Yves Montand, Edith Piaf, Frank Sinatra and Ginger Rogers. But above all, said Celeste Mogador, who invented the famous Quadrille, the dance crazy devil would return to Paris and would give rise to the French Can-Can. In those days Montmartre was a haven for prostitutes and people of dubious reputation, despite being very fashionable. Thus, the Moulin Rouge was transformed from a den of poor people, to a salon frequented by the aristocracy. Today it is a must for all tourists traveling to the French capital. a ste offers a wide variety of shows set in the a Belle poque.
The Moulin Rouge began as a dance hall, offering performances of small operettas. Years later pioneered perform striptease. It currently offers variety shows and fine cuisine. This famous cabaret has been an inspiration for many artists, writers and filmmakers. Is the case of post-impressionist painter Toulouse-Lautrec. Moulin Rougea a was the title of the book which later gave rise to the film with the same name was filmed in 1952. In 2001 Baz Luhrmann directed a new film about the cabaret, starring Nicole Kidman and Ewan McGregor and nominated for an Oscar. Yeres enthusiast cabaret? Watch the world’s most famous. Although somewhat expensive, about 150 a, entry with show and dinner, really worth knowing. Alquila to enjoy one of the jewels of French!