A weekend in Paris

It doesn’t need so many words to explain how you feel when you first see Paris.
It seems to have a walk in the past; old cathedrals, typical neighborhoods, monuments, that seem stuck to the past.
Paris is huge, you can walk very long distances thinking that something is close, but it’s not.

In fact buildings in general are so big that you feel you can reach them in few minutes.

I walked for hours with a friend and  took few pictures to try to show this mixture of old and new “style”, to describe these wide spaces, and to give a different point of view of Paris.

Enjoy!!

Outside Louvre museum
Outside Louvre museum
Boulevard in front of Louvre Museum
Boulevard in front of Louvre Museum
The Obelisk
The Obelisk
Pantheon
Pantheon
St Sulpice Church
St Sulpice Church
Citè station
Citè station
Walking unknown streets
Walking unknown streets
Eiffel tower
Eiffel tower
La défencece
La Défencece
Behind the Grand Arch - Le Pacific /Arcelor
Behind the Grand Arch – Le Pacific /Arcelor
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