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Paris - Ile De France

Passage de la Madeleine entrance

Galerie de la Madeleine, dedicated to the luxury trade

Galerie de la Madeleine, a covered shopping arcade dedicated to the luxury trade and located in the affluent district that developed by the Madeleine Church

Passage Jouffroy in Paris

Passage Jouffroy – Paris’ largest covered passage

Passage Jouffroy, Paris’ largest 19th century covered passage, has retained 3 original establishments: Musée Grévin, Hôtel Chopin and Librairie du Passage

Le Village Royal in Paris

Le Village Royal, the haunt of luxury shops

Le Village Royal near La Madeleine, an open-air passage and former market place that has become the haunt of luxury shops, was once known as Cité Berryer

Passage Brady - Little India in Paris

Passage Brady, Paris Little India

Passage Brady or Little India, one of the few remaining covered passages of Paris, is today home to Indian, Pakistani and Bengali shops and restaurants

Pont Mirabeau in Paris

Pont Mirabeau and Apollinaire’s poem

Pont Mirabeau, a Paris bridge made famous when Guillaume Apollinaire published the poem of the same name after his break up with the painter Marie Laurencin

Contemporary metal facade at no1 Rue de Turenne in Paris

Contemporary metal facade – Rue de Turenne – Marais

The contemporary metal facade that marks the corner of Rue de Turenne and Rue St-Antoine flanks a 17th century building located in a protected enclave of the Marais

One of the 25 Paris churches you'll enjoy visiting

25 Paris churches you will enjoy visiting

A compilation of 25 Paris churches you will enjoy visiting, churches that might be less known but boasts a wealth of architectural and ornamental features

Maison d'Ourcamps

Maison d’Ourcamps – A vestige of medieval Paris

La Maison d’Ourcamps, one of Paris oldest houses, is home to the Commission du Vieux Paris, a committee in charge of the protection of the city’s heritage

Theatre du Gymnase Marie-Bell in Paris

Theatre du Gymnase Marie-Bell – Grands Boulevards

Theatre du Gymnase Marie-Bell, a theater inaugurated in 1820 on the Grands Boulevards and renowned for its superb original architecture

Porte Saint-Martin in Paris

Porte Saint-Martin, a triumphal arch for Louis XIV

Louis XIV commissioned the triumphal arch Porte Saint-Martin in 1674 in order to commemorate his military victories on the Rhine and in Franche-Comté

Porte Saint-Denis

Porte Saint-Denis, a triumphal arch for Louis XIV

Porte Saint-Denis, a triumphal arch that Louis XIV commissioned in 1672 to commemorate his military victories on the Rhine and in Franche-Comté

Sous le Chapeau - sculpture in front Hungarian Institute

Sous le Chapeau – Sculpture – Hungarian Institute Balassi

Sous le Chapeau, a sculpture of a young woman with a large hat, a summer dress and barefoot, sat in front of the entrance to the Hungarian Institute Balassi

Hotel-de-Ville Metro station’s decoration

Hotel-de-Ville Metro station’s decor is dedicated to the town-hall of the City of Paris, which has been the seat of the city’s institutions since 1357
Rambuteau Metro station in Paris

Rambuteau Metro station, a colourful station

Rambuteau Metro station has a colourful indirect lighting to mimic the nextdoor Pompidou Center, which is known for its brightly coloured structure
Tuileries Metro station - Years 1930

Tuileries Metro station celebrates the Metro’s centenary

Tuileries Metro station boasts a stunning series of photo collages illustrating the past 11 decades to celebrate the Centenary of the Metropolitain de Paris
Franklin D. Roosevelt Metro station - Yellow and Black colour scheme and touch-screen

Franklin D. Roosevelt Metro station, an international decor

Franklin D. Roosevelt Metro station pays tribute to the WWII Allied troops' Commander and was renovated in an international and contemporary style

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