Around Boulevard Edgar Quinet, 14th arrondissement – May 2022.
Abandoned Paris train tracks – now walking tracks. To cater for visitors attending the first Paris World Fair in 1867, a circular rail route was established for train travel around the capital. Rail was already introduced in France since 1828, beginning with mining companies to transport coal, and from Paris to major cities from 1855. Continue reading “Abandoned Paris train tracks – now walking tracks”
Rue du Fouarre – from illustrious to dirtiest to unknown but interesting. Rue du Fouarre in the 5th arrondissement of the Sorbonne district of Paris has a changeable history, but remains a location for education. In the 13th century, it was called ‘the most illustrious street in Paris’ but by the 19th century, it was called ‘one ofContinue reading “Rue du Fouarre – from illustrious to dirtiest to unknown but interesting”
Rue Charlemagne, 4th arrondissement – February 2022.
Around Rue Princess, 6th arrondissement – January 2022.
Rue Duguay Trouin, 6th arrondissement – October 2021.
Near Montparnasse Cemetery, 14th arrondissement – August 2021.
Jardin des Tuileries, 1st arrondissement – April 2021.
Jardin du Luxembourg, 6th arrondissement – March 2021.
Jardin du Luxembourg, 6th arrondissement – February 2021.