The Moulin Rouge, the French cabaret famous for its high-kicking cancan dancers and flesh-exposing ostrich-feather costumes, this week marks 130 years since it first opened its doors to audiences. For
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For Olga Khokhlova, a dancer from ex-Soviet Kazakhstan who performs a cancan solo and has been at the Moulin Rouge for 12 years, the spirit of the cabaret is timeless. "I love the adrenaline of the stage.
Whether you stay in to watch the movie or head to Paris for a live show, there are so many ways to enjoy the magic of the Moulin Rouge. The cabaret was taken over by the Clérico family in the 1950s. Since