(Français) Dans le 20e arrondissement, ce joli petit jardin ouvert en 2019 cache des trésors historiques inattendus.
Inaugurated in 1927, a unique work in Paris, true architectural manifesto.
Enter this building founder of the French Art Nouveau movement, discovering details invisible from the street.
An original work with a very particular technique: the direct size of the concrete during the process of setting.
Under the Pont-Neuf, the Vert-Galant square, nickname given to Henri IV, reminds us of the king's eventful sentimental life.
Transformed in the 19th century in a neo-baroque style, an astonishing architectural discovery.
Only composed of a staircase, the steps of this street in the 2nd arrondissement tell us a part of the history of Paris.
The Villa de l'Ermitage and the Cité Leroy, last witnesses of the small workshops which dominated the district in the 19th century.
An Art Nouveau heritage unique in the world, which hides many surprises.