In January 1910, Paris experienced one of its worst Seine’s flooding. Between 18th and 28th of January, half of the city had been flooded, water reaching its highest level on January 28th at the Pont Austerlitz with 8.62 meters on hydrometric scale.
Very important rains, snow, frost and confluences overflows, all the elements were joined at the same time. An exceptional event that will cause damages for more than 200,000 Parisians, and paralyze the capital for weeks.
Discover in pictures this exceptional flood.