Hôtel de Ville

Paris City Hall since 1357.

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Paris Facades, Part Two

Continuing from the Part One. I’m hoping the photos will speak for themselves, no need for additional commentary.

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Paris Facades, Part One

I’m pretty confident in my conviction that there does not exist a place on the face of this planet that has more beautiful, more abundant facades than Paris. Enjoy!

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Assemblée Nationale

National Assembly in Paris — the “lower house” of the Parliament (the “upper house” is the Sénat). It is situated on the left bank (Rive Gauche).

Le Flick

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Architecture Speaks To The Body

Everywhere you look while walking around Paris, you see abundant beauty. Like this picture below; I just look up, point my camera and shoot, and without even trying, capture the unspeakable beauty of the city’s architecture.

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Caryatide

Caryatide in Paris can be seen not only in museums, but also on the streets (only in this case, the sculptures are males).

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Parking in Paris

Space is at the absolute premium in this city. I continue being amazed at how tightly Parisians tend to park their cars. Also, parked cars tend to spill over into the intersections. Every inch of free space gets fully utilized, and no one seems to mind or get worked up about that.

Everyone seems cool in this gorgeous city!

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