On November 21, 1783, a historical event that took place in Paris.
Who is behind the metro stations names ?
Church of Saint-Germain-l’Auxerrois and the 1st arrondissement Town Hall, twins that are six centuries apart<--:-->
Two similar architectures separated by six centuries of history.
In a discreet street in the 11th arrondissement, the last vestige of the guillotine in Paris.
From la Madeleine to République, a walk to discover the history of the Grands Boulevards and its hidden treasures.
From the palais Royal to the Place de la Concorde, a walk to discover many witnesses of the French Revolution.
History and remains of the fortifications that have surrounded Paris.
The origin of this name is less obvious than it seems!
From the ancient medieval fortress to its modern conception, discover the history of this symbol of the French Revolution.
How a marshland has become the “most beautiful avenue in the world”.
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A water drawn over 500 meters deep for more than a century !
An immersion in the Puce de Saint-Ouen, discovering its unique atmosphere and art galleries.
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A facade that will mark the triumph of French classicism.
Modern and contemporary public artworks to discover during your walks in Paris.
(Français) De jour comme de nuit, le plus beau panorama sur Paris et ses monuments.
The current pediment that we can see is the result of a long and fantastic adventure…
(Français) Un joli jardin méconnu et fleuri dans le 19e arrondissement de Paris.
(Français) Grand jardin fleuri ou atmosphère romantique, 10 jardins à voir lors d’un séjour à Paris.