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  • Lavirotte Building

    Jules Lavirotte is one of the masters of the Art nouveau. Together with ceramic designer Alexandre Bigot, they realized very inventive and often...

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  • Liege Subway Station

    One of the few (along with Arts-et-Métiers) interesting subway stations in Paris, this one is famous for its ceramic frescos. It also has...

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  • Société Générale Head Agency

    Yes, this is a bank agency (well, head agency at least), not a monument per se. But, built by architect Jacques Hermant at the beginning of the XXth...

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  • Tiniest House in Paris

    You can see it on the picture. The 1.10-meter wide and 5 -meter high one-story building is obviously the tiniest house in Paris. It seems that the...

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  • Friends of the Railway French Society

    The Association Française des Amis du Chemin de Fer ("Friends of the railway"), or AFAC, was created in 1929. At the Gare de l'Est (one of...

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  • Location of the Guillotine

    Here, on each side of the street, were opened in 1830 the prisons of the Roquette (the Grande Roquette and the Petite Roquette) - they no longer...

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  • Museum of Fairground Arts

    Warning : addictive place ! Unfortunately it can only visited in groups of 15 people, or during exceptional openings. Located since 1996 at the...

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  • Limits of Paris

    The text on the marble plaque reads: "1726 - Bornes de limites du règne de Louis XV de par le Roy - Défences expresses sont faites de...

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  • Promenade Plantée

    This tree-lined 4.7km-long walkway of the 12th district, also called "Green Course" ("Coulée verte" in French) follows an old railway line...

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  • Catacombs of Paris

    They are using a tiny fraction of the city's underground quarries, and they are the biggest cemetary of Paris : welcome to the Catacombs ! Actually...

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  • Saint-Séraphin-de-Sarov Church

    It cannot be seen from the street, but by entering the building at 91, Lecourbe street, you'll be able to see this russian orthodox church sanctified...

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  • Porte-Dauphine Subway Station

    Inaugurated on December 13, 1900, line 2 of the metro was then ending as close as Étoile station (now called...

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  • Passy's Artesian Well

    It's the last artesian well in Paris that is still in use today. He was set up in 1861, but was renovated in 1994. You may be able to see some of the...

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  • Former Ternes Castle

    There is not much left of the castle that stood here once. During the XVIIIth century, however, it was the highlight of the neighbourhood, and the...

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  • The Flower Tower

    This 10-story, 30-flat building from architect Édouard François was finished in 2004. 380 potted plants (living bamboo plots) line...

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  • Marcel-Aymé Square

    This square is famous for its unusual sculpture (see picture), Le Passe-muraille, named after the title of a short story (The Man Who Walked...

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  • Des Amiraux Buiding and Swimming Pool

    Built between 1922 and 1927 by Henri Sauvage, the 7-story concrete building was ordered by the City of Paris and was intended to be "cheap"...

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  • Kube Hotel

    A luxury resort located in an otherwise more authentic neighbourhood, the Ice Kube Hotel has earned its reputation for its interior design, notably...

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  • 40, Du Télégraphe Street

    This is one of the highest places in Paris, but not the highest ! The altitude here, just aside the cemetery of Belleville, is 128.16 meters, whereas...

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  • Des Merisiers Path

    This is maybe the narrowest path in Paris, only 87-centimer wide ! The Passage de la Duée in the 20th district was even narrower before...

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