The Montparnasse Cemetery in the 14th arrondissement of Paris is the second-largest operating cemetery of the French capital. The 45 acres landscaped funeral park is like an open-air museum ... Read more!
Rue des Thermopyles: what an odd name for a street. Situated in a part of Paris that is exempt from any major monuments and museums, the cat-friendly street ... Read more!
The Lion of Belfort is a bronze sculpture by Auguste Bartholdi that stands below the castle of Belfort in Franche-Comté (north-eastern France). Paris also has its Lion de ... Read more!
Below the pleasant district of Denfert-Rochereau, with peaceful residential streets and lively Haussmann-style avenues, lie the disused quarries that became the Catacombs of Paris. I’d heard about them ... Read more!
The Fourteenth arrondissement is well known by Parisians for including a large part of the Montparnasse neighbourhood. A few words about the 14th arrondissement 14th arrondissement of Paris © ... Read more!