Paris - Ile De France

Richelieu mausoleum in front of high altar in Sorbonne Chapel

Sorbonne Chapel and Cardinal de Richelieu tomb

Sorbonne chapel, the college’s private chapel, is a masterpiece of French classical architecture that houses Cardinal Richelieu’s mausoleum

Villa Seurat - Maison Quillet at No.8 by Lurçat

Villa Seurat, a showcase of Modernist architecture

Villa Seurat, a showcase of the Roaring Twenties’ Modernist architecture and a Cité d’Artistes where Arthur Miller wrote Tropic of Cancer

Theatre de La Comedie Italienne in Rue de la Gaite

Rue de la Gaite in Montparnasse

Rue de la Gaite in Montparnasse district, a street nicknamed Theater St. as it’s been essentially lined with entertainment halls since the 1780s

Pont de la Concorde seen from Rive Gauche

Pont de la Concorde in Paris

The Pont de la Concorde links Place de la Concorde to the National Assembly and was built at the French Revolution with stones from the Bastille Fortress

Garde Republicaine parading in front of the Invalides (from a photo)

Garde Republicaine, Paris’ emblematic Gendarmerie force

Garde Republicaine, Paris’ emblematic Gendarmerie force renowned for its Calvary regiment, is in charge of the security of the city and the public

Bust of the composer Lully and ex-voto in Notre Dame des Victoires Basilica

Notre Dame des Victoires Basilica

Notre Dame des Victoires , a church Louis XIII dedicated to his victories over the Huguenots, but mostly to the Virgin in thanks for the birth of Louis XIV

Hotel Sale - Picasso Museum - Café à Royan - 1940 Cubism

Hôtel Salé, home to the Picasso Museum

Hôtel Salé, one of the finest mansions in the Marais built with money collected from the salt tax, hence its name, is today home to the Picasso Museum

Passerelle Leopold-Sedar-Senghor with the Tuileries in the background

Passerelle Leopold-Sedar-Senghor named after a Senegalese stateman

Passerelle Solférino was renamed Passerelle Leopold-Sedar-Senghor to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Senegalese politician’s birth

A three-masted schooner moored downstream from Pont des Invalides

Pont des Invalides, the lowest of the Parisian bridges

Pont des Invalides, the lowest of the Parisian bridges, spans the Seine upstream from the Hôtel des Invalides after which it was named

Place des Victoires and equestrian statue of Louis XIV

Place des Victoires in Paris

Paris – Ile De France Place des Victoires in Paris Place des Victoires, a royal square Place des Victoires is a prestigious square dedicated to the victories of Louis XIV, the Sun King. It is one of the 5 royal squares in Paris (with Place des Vosges in the historic Marais, Place Dauphine on Ile…

Castel Beranger - Detail facade

Castel Beranger, Paris 1st Art Nouveau building

Castel Beranger, Paris’ most emblematic and first Art Nouveau building and one of the French architect Hector Guimard’s masterpieces

Rue des Colonnes

Rue des Colonnes in Paris

Rue des Colonnes, a private lane created to serve a newly built theatre and a rare example of French Revolution urbanism in Paris

Richelieu mausoleum in front of high altar in Sorbonne Chapel

June 5 2020

Sorbonne Chapel and Cardinal de Richelieu tomb

Sorbonne chapel, the college’s private chapel, is a masterpiece of French classical architecture that houses Cardinal Richelieu’s mausoleum
Villa Seurat - Maison Quillet at No.8 by Lurçat

May 14 2020

Villa Seurat, a showcase of Modernist architecture

Villa Seurat, a showcase of the Roaring Twenties’ Modernist architecture and a Cité d’Artistes where Arthur Miller wrote Tropic of Cancer
Theatre de La Comedie Italienne in Rue de la Gaite

April 29 2020

Rue de la Gaite in Montparnasse

Rue de la Gaite in Montparnasse district, a street nicknamed Theater St. as it’s been essentially lined with entertainment halls since the 1780s
Pont de la Concorde seen from Rive Gauche

April 14 2020

Pont de la Concorde in Paris

The Pont de la Concorde links Place de la Concorde to the National Assembly and was built at the French Revolution with stones from the Bastille Fortress

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