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The Arènes de Lutèce (Paris's former name) are listed monuments that you can visit for free on any day. These arenas, situated in the Latin Quarter and built…

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No other city has more complex etiquette than Paris. If you overlay an intellectual capital on an artistic and fashion capital in a former royal capital, all…

Posh, quiet and residential, Neuilly-sur-Seine is a suburb on the western boundary of Paris. While the area itself remains low-key it is within walking…

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These are my earliest photos, taken when an art student in 1979 on a college trip to Paris. The Pompidou Centre had recently opened and I had read about it and…

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