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The charm of the Caulaincourt district of Montmartre

Beyond the Montmartre hill, let yourself be seduced by the bohemian spirit of the Abbesses and rue Caulaincourt.

Le Jardin Renoir, a quiet place in Montmartre

The Café Renoir, hidden in the garden of the Musée de Montmartre awaits you for an exotic break in its glass roof or in its green garden in summer.

Paris during Covid

Some photos taken in 2020 in Montmartre, without tourists, closed cafés, closed restaurant, Montmartre as we never seen It before 2020.

Moulin de la Galette’s history

Moulin de la Galette: With the Moulin Radet, it is the last survivor of the thirty mills that once adorned the Butte Montmartre.

I love you Wall in Montmartre, a lovely love declaration

This lovely wall is located in my favourite sopt of Paris : Abesses district . Le Mur des je t'aime is a 40 m² mural composed of 612 enamelled lava tiles reproducing 311 “I love you” in 250 languages. "I love you" in all common languages, but also in rare or forgotten dialects such as Navajo, Inuit, Bambara or Esperanto.

The Bateau Lavoir, the “Factory” of Montmartre

The Bateau-Lavoir is one of the most famous artist residences in Paris, like was the factory in New-York. Perched on the Butte Montmartre since 1892, it has seen Pablo Picasso, Guillaume Apollinaire and Modigliani pass through its workshops.

Montmartre, a village in Paris

This is my favourite district of Paris and It miss me so much to wander in Its streets... Some of the pics I took there...

Amelie ‘s Montmartre

When we think of all the films shot in Paris, Amélie is undoubtedly one of those who have had the greatest impact on our memories. This film was a great source of inspiration for me as a photographer. It is therefore no coincidence that I decided to take pictures of the most legendary places in the film, such as the Café des Deux Mondes and the Moulin grocery store.

So instagramable : La Maison Rose of Montmartre

Located at 2 rue de l'Abreuvoir, in the heart of Montmartre, at the foot of the vineyards, La Maison Rose attracts attention for its picturesque side, its pink color and its green shutters. This house belonged to Laure Gargallo, who was one of the models of Pablo Picasso during his blue period. She painted it pink and transformed it into a small canteen for her artist friends. Its name is also inspired by one of the paintings of the painter Maurice Utrillo dating from the 1900s. Today the Maison Rose is a trestaurant which offers a small menu but composed only of local products and saion.

The most beautiful bakeries of Paris

Whether in art deco, art nouveau or belle epoque style, they capture our eyes with their beautiful illustrations and architectural details. This list is far from being exhaustive but they will certainly make you want to go buy a baguette or a pastry just to admire the decor inside !

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