Or how an animal wandering the streets of Paris changed the destiny of France.
In the heart of the Marais, a little-known place of history founded by an equally forgotten woman: Élisa Lemonnier,
A man who, tired of waiting to ascend the throne, always preferred the Paris of the Belle Époque to the good morals of his native England.
A major event in the history of France whose details are often overlooked.
Founded on the Île de la Cité in 651, one of the oldest Parisian institutions.
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.