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What? ... and from where?
... and here are the answers.
There is a very modest little square called Place Maubert. Modest in size, but with a lot ...
Rue Douai is a rather long street in the 9tharrondissement, created during the 1840’s. It ...
The Vendôme Column
I already posted about the “Vendôme Column” a number of times, e.g. here, here and here… ...
Another amazing bookshop
Many know about the bookshops “Shakespeare & Co”, the present one and the original one … I...
Year of the Rooster...
The Chinese New Year, in 2017 the year of the Rooster, began January 28. It has since been...
At the end – or rather the beginning – of Rue de Notre-Dame-de-Lorette (see previous post)...
Rue Notre Dame de Lorette
Rue Notre Dame de Lorette is maybe just an ordinary street in what is referred to “Nouvell...
One often refers to a “Haussmannian Paris” - the wide avenues, the parks… I realised that ...
We have had some cold days… No snow, blue sky, but there was ice on the ponds in the near...
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