This Charming Street Art Compliments the Beauty of Paris
Charles Leval's soulful street art tells Paris's story, encompassing the beautiful City of Lights, its inhabitants, and visitors in all their complexity and glory.
The Other, Beautiful Side of Paris...
We have all been glued to our televisions lately, watching the horrible events in Paris. Seeing this, I wanted to remind us all what a beautiful pearl this city is, a beacon of light in this world. One of the greatest cities in human history, we will always love Paris.
Paris Is Beautiful, Especially From Above.
So it is not surprising to discover that it just as beautiful when shot from above, with it's unique architecture, beautiful parks and general beauty of design - we love Paris!
This Man's Miniature Version of Paris Will Blow You Away
Gerard Brion is a French artist who has devoted his time and energy to recreating the capital city of his country, Paris, in minute detail.
Paris Is an Astoundingly Beautiful City - Watch This
Paris is an extraordinary city known for it's spectacular architecture and a prime cultural city in Europe. This video takes you to some of Paris's most extraordinary sights. Take a look: The Beautiful Streets of Paris travel, beautiful, France, Paris, pretty Isn't Paris a breathtaking city?
Hark Back to Old Paris WIth These Beautiful Paintings
He became famous for his paintings of Paris, capturing many sights through the seasons during his prolific working life. His beautiful work embraced impressionist brushstrokes and a bright palette. He was an in-demand painter until his death in 1969.
Paris 100 Years Ago: A Story in Photos
Paris is renowned for its inspiring art and romantic flair. And, as you're about to see, even back in the days (the early 1900s) Paris had a charming feel to it.
20 Paris Travel Tips to Keep in Mind for a Great Vacation
Paris is undoubtedly one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. The beautiful French city is on the wishlist of every travel enthusiast and for good reason. However, there’s so much to explore in Paris besides the well-known Eiffel Tower.
Captivating Facts About Paris You Never Knew
For instance, did you know that Paris wasn’t always called “Paris”? And do you know what the city’s motto is? Here, we have listed some little-known and interesting facts about Paris that you are unlikely to know. Check them out. See Also: Hark Back to Old Paris WIth These Beautiful Paintings 1.
Discover 10 of the Most Beautiful Churches in Paris
Paris, affectionately referred to as the City of Light, is the spiritual home of the French people. Few who visit fail to fall completely in love with this spectacular city, which is widely considered to be the world's most romantic.
Ignore Paris - Come to Brilliant Bordeaux, France Instead!
Everyone knows Paris: it’s the first place they think of when France comes to mind. But France is so much more, and, in my opinion, you can have a far more interesting and typically French experience by heading south to the historic city of Bordeaux.
After 100 Years, Paris is Still Beautiful...
Now : Paved, clean and still where the Ritz Paris is. Then : The Parisian opera house Now : Still a focus point for visitors Then : Pont Neuf, pedestrians walking alongside carriages Now : Cars and not carriages.
This is A Must-See Destination for Anyone Visiting Paris
I'm talking about the Chateau De Versailles, lying in the Ile-de-France region, just 15 miles southwest of Paris, making it an absolute must-see for anyone making a trip to City of Love.
An Ode to Notre Dame Cathedral: the Ageless Heart of Paris
Some landmarks are pretty much synonymous with Paris: the Louvre, the Moulin Rouge, Champs Élysées, Arc de Triomphe, Eiffel Tower… and the Notre Dame Cathedral.
Rare Footage Shows Us Vintage Paris Like Never Before!
Perhaps, no other city in the world evokes as much romance, beauty, and fascination as Paris. The French capital remains on the bucket-list of every traveler and continues to inspire awe. However, what if you got a chance to visit Paris and France from the late 19th century?
See the History of Paris Unfold Before You in Gorgeous 3D
Perhaps the most famous city in the world is the French City of Lights, Paris. Founded in the Iron Age by the Gaulish Parisii tribe, their quaint trading hub was a far cry from the Paris that attracts millions of tourists these days.
After His Wife Died in the Paris Attack, He Has This to Say
The attacks that took place in Paris have affected us all in different ways, but to some, it was a tragedy that turned their whole life around.
Why Does Paris Have So Many FAKE Buildings?
As you stroll through the streets of Paris, you'll find quite a large amount of fake doors and façades, but why, What is the true purpose of these buildings, if any? Why Does Paris Have So Many Fake Buildings?
Have You Seen the Spiderman of Paris Saving a Baby's Life?
Apart from being promised French citizenship from the French president himself , Mamoudou also received gratitude from Anne Hidalgo, the Mayor of Paris, when she wrote, “Congratulations to Mamoudou Gassama for his brave act that helped save a child’s life last night.
15 Before & After Pics Showing How Much Paris Has Changed
While modern-day Paris is astoundingly beautiful, the city has gone through a lot of changes over the past several decades. Photographer Julien Knez attempted to bring Parisian history to life through these amazing photos of old and new Paris combined.
Check Out the Hottest New Cars From the Paris Motor Show
The biennial Paris Motor Show is quite simply the busiest motor show in the world, and it was also the world's first.
Joke: An Old Canadian in Paris
An elderly Canadian gentleman of 83 arrived in Paris by plane. At the French customs desk, the man took a few minutes to locate his passport in his carry-on bag. "You have been to France before, monsieur?" the customs officer asked, sarcastically.
Enjoy a Tour of a Stunning Opera House...
The Palais Garnier has been called "probably the most famous opera house in the world and a symbol of Paris like Notre Dame Cathedral, the Louvre, or the Sacré Coeur Basilica. It was built for the Paris Opera from 1861 to 1875 at the behest of Emperor Napoleon III.
10 Exquisite Libraries You Must See to Believe
Paris is home to some of the most elegant libraries in the world. French photographer, Franck Bohbot, has traveled the world to show his appreciation for the vintage book buildings. Bohbot currently resides in New York and is renowned for his symmetric compositions.