This is a round-up of our favorite links this week curated by the Untapped Cities’ staff includes the Paris 3D Project and The World’s Shortest Flight.
The New York State Pavilion’s rotunda is now home to graffiti riddling its crumbling interior walls. [Queens Crap]
A demographer’s quest to visit every census tract in New York takes him to unseen places. [Narrative.ly]
Paris 3D, an ambitious project by Dassault Systèmes and Carnavalet, creates an interactive 3-D, virtual-reality representation of Paris through the ages. [The New York Times]
A 1944 photo, taken during the liberation of Paris, surfaces which shows Parisians running for cover from snipers firing during the city’s celebration. [The Slate]
The world’s shortest flight clocks in at 47 seconds. [The Huffington Post]