Rue Madame, Did often wondered who was this Madame ? It's now the end of this mystery, here is the answer :
This pretty storefront has had several lives Located between rue Vaugirard and rue Madame, the Pont Traversé was the bookstore of the writer and poet Marcel Béalu. Take a look at its storefront, you will then discover beef heads and enamel plaques, clues to its former vocation: that of butcher's shop, in fact this bookstore was a former butcher's shop classified as a historic monument. The bookstore is now closed since November 2019 and has made way for a restaurant!
Although it was a rather brief architectural - and artistic - current (from around 1890 to 1910), Art Nouveau produced exceptional buildings of imagination and creativity, of which we find superb examples in Paris. First, the Castel Béranger, in the 16th arrondissement, reputed to be the founding building of the Art Nouveau movement, as well as the Lavirotte building,
Very distinctive with its unique decor, the café-brasserie "Au Rocher de Cancale" located at 78 rue Montorgueil is one of the old Parisian institutions as its lower counterpart towards Les Halles at 38, "L'Escargot Montorgueil" which dates from 1832.
Some photos taken in 2020 in Montmartre, without tourists, closed cafés, closed restaurant, Montmartre as we never seen It before 2020.
A large teddy bear wearing an anti-covid mask driving an old green van parked in front of the Ralph Lauren store on Boulevard Saint-Germain, a funny scene that heralds the return of the Ralph’s Coffee Truck. Inaugurated during Fashion Week 2017, it is the perfect place to take a little break during your shopping spree.
The inventor of candied chestnuts is Boissier, in Paris. This French company, founded in 1827, was founded by Mr. Bélissier Boissier and enjoyed great success in the 19th century, particularly with candied chestnuts,
During the closure of the cafes because of the covid, some Parisian cafes like Les Deux Magots have a good idea to decorate their windows with fictitious "customers" embodied to perfection by big teddy bears, it makes you wait in style for the reopening. of this mythical place.
At almost 132 years old, the Iron Lady is about to return to her original color: a "brown yellow", imagined by the architect Gustave Eiffel in 1907. Cost of the operation? A trifle of 50 million euros!
If there is one place that makes you want to sit down, it is this patisserie-café with terrace by the sweet name of Moulin de la Vierge. There are others in Paris, because this establishment is the result of an unusual history. Its founder, Basile Kamir, who started out as a journalist for Actuel magazine, one day set up shop to sell his friend Richard Branson's records, in a bakery listed as a historic monument.