Discover Paris: The Camera’s Kiss

“Paris: The Camera’s Kiss” is a collection of beautiful photos by journalist Jeremy Ferguson taken on his many leisurely visits to the French capital. It is my great ... lire plus !

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The first and tallest skyscraper of Paris

In 1781, New York was still a British settlement and Sydney, Australia had not yet been founded. These two great cities, known for their skyscrapers were preceded by ... lire plus !

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Paris Smiles: a collection of Parisian portraits

Paris Smiles is a collection of over a hundred portraits in black-and-white taken by Ronald W. Kenyon. It includes pictures of friends and strangers, French and foreign, men, ... lire plus !

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The Eiffel Tower Discovery Course is here!

Today I’m launching my new Eiffel Tower Discovery Course… check it out! Welcome to the Eiffel Tower Discovery Course I can’t tell you how excited I am today. ... lire plus !

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Take the Eiffel Tower Quiz

To help you, read more about the Eiffel Tower on our post (all the answers to the quiz are found there!) ... lire plus !

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How the Eiffel Tower was saved from destruction

The City of Paris gave Gustave Eiffel a concession that allowed the tower to stand for 20 years until 1909. That year, the ownership would revert to the ... lire plus !

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What about the iconic Street-Name Plaques of Paris?

The street-name plaques of Paris are so famous they have become iconic features of authentic Paris. You would have seen them on your visit to the French capital ... lire plus !

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The Mystery Behind the Chimney of the Eiffel Tower

Only a very small number of Parisians and tourists know of the existence of what looks like a folly at the feet of the Iron Lady. In fact ... lire plus !

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Discover the house of Jean Hérouet in Paris

When you walk along the busy rue des Francs Bourgeois in the Marais district, you’ll probably notice the House of Jean Hérouet. It stands out from other buildings ... lire plus !

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What is the story behind the public benches of Paris?

When you visit Paris you’ll hardly notice them. But they are found in the hundreds throughout the French capital. The iconic public benches of Paris are part of the street ... lire plus !

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