French Week returns to Muscat this month

The ten-day event will involve a French cuisine programme and a photo exhibition

French Week returns to Muscat this month

The third edition of the French Week will be held in Muscat later this month.

The ten-day event, which kicks off on March 12, is being organised by the French Embassy and will see a number of exhibitions taking place.

Opera Galleria, next to the Royal Opera House Muscat, will host an exhibition from three Parisian houses between March 16 and March 21. These are Maison Julien Vermeulen, Julie Eulalie and Aloys Picaud Studio Maille.

Bait al Baranda will showcase the works of French photographer and journalist Susan Held during her visit to Oman in 1977 between March 18 and March 27.

Plus, there’ll be a special French food corner at the Carrefour in Seeb, and you can get a 20 percent discount on French food at Al Meera Hypermarkets.

Last year’s event attracted more than 10,000 visits, Renaud Salins, French Ambassador to the Sultanate, said during a press conference for the event.

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