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Rue Melingue, then and now

Scott Phillips' photo at the top, posted on his blog last week, already seems to come from another age. Although the basic street layout is almost identical ...

Grand Train seems a little calmer this year, more zen than zoo, but the uneasy relationship with the neighbours remains, partly - one imagines - because ...

All cities have their secrets, and Paris is no exception. It has its secret places too, but these are not deep underground or hidden behind high walls.

Scott Phillips' photo at the top, posted on his blog last week, already seems to come from another age. Although the basic street layout is almost identical ...

Saints and Sinners (Part 1)

Department of Sex Ed

Anomalies of Paris life: loving Bay Ahsh Vay (BHV)

The Rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis crosses the 10th arrondissement of Paris linking the Boulevard de la Chapelle in the north and the Boulevard Bonne-Nouvelle ...

In the centre of the Place de Fêtes, a historical spot that today wears the face of a 1970s experiment in urbanism, stands a curious sculpted obelisk.

The fabric district is located in the Monmartre area, in the shadow of Sacre Coeur, which sits on the top of a hill overlooking the rest of Paris.

The station was opened on 5th November 1910 as part of the original section of the Nord-Sud Company's line between Porte de Versailles and ...

This road shows off the charm of the beautiful Saint Germain area, the oldest part of Paris, with its medieval cobbled streets, eclectic architecture and a ...

Walk almost any street in Paris and you will be connected to a historical person or event. It is the French way to give streets and public places the names ...

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Photo by Adam Roberts. Used with Permission.

Photo by Adam Roberts. Used with Permission.

... Invisible Paris blog. Place des Voges. Photo by Adam Roberts. Used with Permission.

What is the best-preserved art deco building in Paris? Surprisingly, the answer may well be a little-known neighbourhood church in the 20th arrondissement.

Stretching ...

... Paris's neighborhoods! {Rue Faubourg du Temple}

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Latour's Invisible Paris

I'm afraid that once again the blog took a bit of a backseat in 2017, with less than a dozen posts across the year. Despite the blog format struggling ...

Charonne - the last authentic village in Paris

Paris is always a good idea

Paris Cityscopes

Panorama nocturne de Paris depuis la tour Montparnasse. Photographie infrarouge issue de la série Paris. Paris Invisible 1

No other part of Paris has undergone such a radical transformation as the 13th arrondissement in the last 50 years, and nowhere is this more visible than at ...

Eglise Saint Ignace - Paris - Hidden in the Centre Sevres

In case you can't make out the name of this restaurant with its patriotic flag decor: Food. Hmm, yes. Descriptive! (Actually supposed to be quite good !)

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April is one of the busiest time in my practice so that it is difficult to absent from my office for 10 days,,, but I couldn't decline his offer because he ...

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The picture below was taken from the top of the building in 1920, showing the view northwest; note the many chimneys in this formerly industrial area.

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The Smallest House in Paris

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Self-guided walks in Paris. Here are 103 great FREE self-guided walks

The buildings are mainly landmarks, new and old, some well known and others relatively obscure. A red pagoda, near Parc Monceau, shares a page in the book ...

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The selection of a canal site made sense. Thermal generation of electricity depends on steam to power the turbines that in turn drive the generators and ...

... name of a pub in Paris on the rue François Miron in the Marais, the only link to Paris I could think of. Perhaps we will venture in on our next visit.

Buy a ticket or book a seat and prepare for a little Anglo entertainment on your next visit to Paris!

"L'essentiel est invisible pour les yeux." ("The essential is invisible to the eye.") Antoine de Saint-Exupéry did not, contrary to everybody's belief, ...

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French menswear brand Études Studio

Musée du Louvre - The main entrance with the Pyramid at night

Flame throwers in front of Notre Dame. But of course!

Thanks to a marvellous website listing construction permits for the city of Paris from 1836 to 1939, ...

Prête-Moi Paris is a blog filled to the brim with great tips and spots in Paris. The blog has multiple writers, which makes for a great variety of original ...

Why You Shouldn't Use Airbnb: 8 Troubling Issues You Didn't Know

How do you learn to identify (and avoid) Americans in Paris?

Latour & Hermant's on-line book Paris: Invisible City (1998) presents a challenge to all urban photographers and the observational methods central to their ...

Top Tip: Colette, 213 Rue Saint-Honore Colette is an 8,000 square feet

I imagine Paris is a city similar to London in the sense that it has well known sights and attractions, particularly in the centre, but also has lesser ...

With tiny format I found myself shooting panoramas a lot more and in many places where you can't easily setup a tripod – such as in the middle of a busy ...

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I don't know what finally will become of this little park, in the middle of Montmartre. There is in Paris a “Cité Internationale des Arts” which was created ...

We already know that Paris' right bank is busting with bars. But la rive gauche continues to slowly sneak up on its neighbor with some newer cocktail ...

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... the younger sister of the Empress of Austria (the famous “Sissi”). You can read about this much more in detail in a post by Adam (“Invisible Paris ”).

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A view from above of the gorgeous Champs Elysées, a famous walking street in Paris

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From 1855 until the end of the 1930's, Paris enjoyed an extensive tramway network. In the early days the trams were horse powered.

HiP Paris Blog checks out artisanal cobbler Atelier Constance in Montmartre

This road shows off the charm of the beautiful Saint Germain area, the oldest part of Paris, with its medieval cobbled streets, eclectic architecture and a ...

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Probably the most fun day trip from Paris: Disneyland Paris! A great day tour

Les Uber de Paris

Photo of Grand Train 2016 / Ground Control 2017 etc. and the housing estate behind

The Mont St. Michel lays within day trip distance from Paris - pimp your Paris

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To a soundtrack of honking cars and cheers from all directions, Queen's song “We Are The Champions” blasting through the air, my Italian and I walked around ...

Mama Loves Paris is a refreshingly honest blog that takes the perspective of a parent in the city of Paris and the spots it offers.

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If this photo represents part of what draws you to Paris, remember that only a minute later, I took this photo.

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The Only Street in Paris

Saint Nicolas des Champs. paris ...