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Une promenade sous le dôme des Invalides

Au 17ème siècle, le roi de France Louis XIV, soucieux d’offrir un toit aux soldats invalides, ordonne la construction d’un vaste bâtiment pour les accueillir. En réalité, il souhaite surtout vider les trottoirs de la capitale de ses anciens soldats devenus mendiants voire voleurs. L’Hôtel des Invalides est inauguré par le roi en 1674. Le… Read more »

A walk at the Seine’s edge

The Branly quay located along the left side of the Seine’s edge develop through Paris, from the Alma bridge until the Bir-Hakeim bridge. Before the 18th century, the Swans island gathering several islets were linked to the edge with a bridge overhanging a small canal that has been filled in 1780. It was over an… Read more »

An unavoidable stop in Montparnasse

The Rotonde opened its doors at the beginning of the 20th century at the corner of Montparnasse and Raspail Boulevards. From being a little bar full of blue-collared workers quickly it became a crucial address in Paris for writers and artists, then it was common to meet Picasso, Modigliani, Apollinaire or Jean Cocteau. The Rotonde… Read more »