Mary-Jane Lee and her husband took a tour of northeastern Paris earlier this year. They climbed up onto abandoned train tracks and enjoyed the city from a higher view than usual. On the bridge, there is an amazing piece of string art by an unknown artist. Almost looks like photoshop, doesn’t it?

The rail bridge is located south of Parc de la Vilette, between the Hotel Ibis Paris and Quai de la Marne:

There’s also a lot of street art in the area. Looking more Berlin than Paris, doesn’t it?

Mary-Jane previously went to check out Bimbo Records for Untapped. For more adventures from Mary-Jane, check out her website.


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