The extraordinary destiny of an extraordinary artist, who was a spy, activist, actress and singer. A busy life, in short ...
Strolls, popular atmosphere and nightlife: a district with multiple, and sometimes unexpected, charms.
People who subsisted on alms in exchange for their prayers.
In its time largest drinking water reservoir in the world, a gigantic building built during the Haussmannian works, still in operation.
When the Pont-Neuf was the beating heart of the city, where acrobats and tooth-pullers reigned for several centuries.
Died at 20, after the French Revolution, he became a symbol of religious fanaticism. A statue in Montmartre pays homage to him.
(Français) Mêlant histoire et architecture, les cariatides sont parmi les plus belles décorations d'immeubles ou de palais. Petite histoire d'un ornement...
Nicknamed "the French suffragette", her grave is visible in the Père-Lachaise cemetery. Portrait of an activist who has fallen into oblivion.
An exhibition organized on April 2, 1876 at the Durand-Ruel gallery, which brought together Caillebotte, Sisley, Monet, Renoir, Degas, and many others.
A religious building with a tumultuous history. Back in pictures on the history of this emblematic monument.