The Moulin Rouge Cabaret in Paris With Its Red Windmill and Famous Cancan By Lawrence N Evans #LarryEvansEvents
The Moulin Rouge is not just another famous and well-known landmark in Paris. Many people know of this Musical Theater venue andCabaret as the origin of the popular French dance, the Cancan. For around 100 years, it has been seen from tourists from all over the world wanting to see and have their own adventure there.
The history of the magnificent tourist attraction is interesting since it has played host to a lot of famous celebrities. Elton John, Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra, and others have visited there. The cabaret helped with the introduction of the French Cancan in addition to helping up and coming musicians reach a position of fame.
Moreover, the Moulin Rouge has also featured as a name of a book by Pierre La Mure, which was also made into a movie in 1952 called “Moulin Rouge”, starring Zsa-Zsa Gabor and Jose Ferrer. Then in 2001, there was a second film made, this time using the title of Moulin Rouge! Which comprised the actors Nicole Kidman and Ewan McGregor. There also have been numerous paintings, paintings, and posters created by the famous artist Toulouse-Lautrec who had been seen regularly at this cabaret.
The cabaret in Paris is hard to miss, with a big red windmill which was a prominent feature in the Montmarte district. This area was filled with windmills, but now only a few still operate.