The Seine was front and center at the 2014 Paris Dîner en Blanc, a flash mob dinner for 12,000 that took place on the bridges of Paris and at the Invalides.
Le Pont des Arts in Paris is famous for the "love locks" promising eternal love... But what happens when the relationship is over?
Although the banks of the Seine River in Paris are a UNESCO World Heritage site, the historical mark has not
Wearing sunglasses can be a militant act. Seriously. Especially when spring is slow to set in and Paris is too
Every year the banks of the Seine turn into a summer beach called Paris Plage. A preview of the fun to expect!
Black and white Paris with a lomography camera.
This bookstore has a fairy tale history; the original shop was owned and run by an American but was closed down by the Nazis during the war and became the meeting point for Hemingway’s "Lost Generation."
Ten minutes outside the Peripherique lies the oft-forgotten industrial underbelly of Paris: the Seine-Amont. The architecture of the region is a juxtaposition of 19th century industrial infrastructure with 20th century modernity, with a sharp contrast between traditional residential homes and public housing projects.