A short history of Paris and its relationship with African-American artists in the 1920s, through the works of Loïs Mailou Jones.
A snapshot immortalizing the French revolution of 1848 in the working-class districts of rue du Faubourg-du-Temple.
A statue used as an informal flood marker for the level of the River Seine in Paris.
Only Paris is worthy of Rome; only Rome is worthy of Paris.
Coulours that tell a part of Paris and its history.
From Luxor to Paris, a journey of 9000 kilometers that lasted seven long years!
An unique place in Paris, whose history is closely linked to the popular past of the 19th arrondissement.
Or the unknown story of the famous statue, built in Paris before crossing the Atlantic.
Maybe somewhere under the tarmac of the 5th arrondissement...
The oldest district of Paris is also one of the most beautiful ...