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The myterious lake of the Garnier Opera house

Paris is a city full of well-hidden treasures. Among them is the lake located under the Opéra Garnier. Did you not know it existed?

Place des Vosges, a place full of history

First of the 5 royal squares in Paris, the Place des Vosges is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful squares in Paris.

Who is « Madame » of the « Rue Madame » ?

Rue Madame, Did often wondered who was this Madame ? It's now the end of this mystery, here is the answer :

Lavirotte building : The most unusual facade of Paris

You can't miss It when walking on avenue Rapp near the Eiffel Tower, The Lavirotte building is a superb example of Art Nouveau in Paris.

Ralph Lauren Paris, a lovely place to drink a coffee !

In addition to being pretty, the Ralph Lauren Paris boutique, located in Saint-Germain de Près, allows you to have a coffee break served aboard a vintage van.

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.

Jousseaume : One of the oldest bookshop of Paris

You cannot be indifferent to this pretty bookstore when you visit the Vivienne gallery, The Jousseaume bookstore is one of the oldest in Paris

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.

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 !

Bouillon Chartier : an historical monument

Bouillon Chartier, this iconic restaurant is classified as a historical monument. At the end of the 19th century, Paris was transformed, the golden age of industrial civilization was rearing its head, the capital needed manpower. To feed the masons, the carpenters, the diggers who are hungry, Frédéric and Camille Chartier serve their customers a bowl of broth and pot au feu.

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