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.
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.