The 2014 Kazakhstan Cup Final was the 23rd final of the Kazakhstan Cup. The match was contested by Aktobe at Astana Arena in Astana; the match was the final match of the competition. Kairat played a record 8th Kazakhstan Cup-final, they won the last time in the 2003 season against Tobol. Their last defeat in the final was in 2005, it was the 3rd final for Aktobe. They had won only once, in the 2008 season against Alma-Ata, their other defeat in the final was in 1994. Kairat and Aktobe played twice during the league season. On May 1, 2015 Aktobe won the first game 1–0 at Central Stadium; the only goal in the match was scored by Marat Khairullin. On June 6, 2015 Kairat crushed Aktobe with the score 7-1. Goals were scored by: Gerard Gohou, Josip Knezevic, Zaurbek Pliyev, Bauyrzhan Islamkhan and Oleksiy Antonov
The Hôtel Boyer de Fonscolombe is a listed hôtel particulier in Aix-en-Provence. It houses the Institut de Management Gouvernance Territoriale of Aix-Marseille University, it is located Rue Gaston de Saporta in Aix-en-Provence. It was built as two separate houses for the Roman Catholic archbishopry, as it is next door to the Cathédrale Saint-Sauveur. In the sixteenth century, it was purchased by two families: a baker, the de Rascas family. In 1635 and in 1642, Charles de Grimaldi-Régusse purchased the two townhouses and merged them into one. In the eighteenth century, his descendants sold the hotel to the Forbin La Barben family. In 1743, Honoré Boyer de Fonscolombe inherited it from his sister, his son Léon-Baptiste-Laurent de Fonscolombe restored it. For example, in 1757 he restored the facade. In 1821, the parents of Gaston de Saporta inherited it, he grew up there, as did his son, writer Antoine de Saporta; the de Saporta family sold it to the de Vitrolles family, who rented it. It was purchased by the French state in 1950, it was assigned to the Ministry of National Education in 1955.
It has been used by the Aix-Marseille University since 1965. Inside it has paintings ceilings and gypseries, it displays paintings by Nicolas Pinson and Esprit Antoine Gibelin. It has been listed as a monument historique since 1989