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Old Posted Oct 21, 2013, 8:22 PM
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99 shots in the 18th arrondissement of Paris

Different kind of areas, you'll not see the usual touristic places like Sacré Coeur, Abbesses, Moulin Rouge......I have avoided them.


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Old Posted Oct 21, 2013, 8:27 PM
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Magnificent and real. A nice slice of everyday Paris.

This scene has sadly familiar qualities to it.

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Old Posted Oct 21, 2013, 8:57 PM
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Interesting views of the 18th!
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Old Posted Oct 21, 2013, 9:08 PM
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Magnificent and real. A nice slice of everyday Paris.

This scene has sadly familiar qualities to it.

Really? there's actually a marché aux puces around there. It's probably overcrowded on weekends. At least, the last time I went there to get some crazy military clothes when I was a fucked up bobo student, there was a whole crowd of busy folks selling their funny shit.
Don't worry about them, they know their business like you don't.
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Note: Marché au Puces = Flea market

No picture of Barbès!!!
Great thread.
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Wonderful tour!
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are those the steps up to Montmartre/sacre couer in pic 26?

Awesome shots, thanks!
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Very interesting. Thanks for the tour.

I'm assuming a typical Paris street scene these days...

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Old Posted Oct 22, 2013, 11:35 AM
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are those the steps up to Montmartre/sacre couer in pic 26?

Awesome shots, thanks!
Thanks......
Yes, northern side of the hill, corner Custine/ Becquerel.....
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Old Posted Oct 22, 2013, 11:46 AM
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Note: Marché au Puces = Flea market

No picture of Barbès!!!
Great thread.
Pas de Barbès mais pas loin......
Content que tu apprecies le thread
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Old Posted Oct 22, 2013, 11:50 AM
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Very interesting. Thanks for the tour.

I'm assuming a typical Paris street scene these days...
You didn't know Paris was the CAPITAL OF FASHION?
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Old Posted Oct 22, 2013, 12:22 PM
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Unusual pics of Paris and very complete tour. Thanks for sharing your nice pictures.

Congrats and greetings from Madrid, Spain.
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I already made that point on the French-speaking forum once, that couple of towers (54) at porte de la Chapelle is interesting for the layout along the boulevard. I wish there was a plan to renovate and provide them with better facades but then, they should have to accept an actual gentrification of the neighborhood... Not sure that's in the current town hall plans. The area is nonetheless undergoing some redevelopment if I remember well.
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Superb thread - excellently constructed shots.

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Very interesting. Thanks for the tour.

I'm assuming a typical Paris street scene these days...

A visitor from l'Arrondissement Dagobah!
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de tres interessantes photos.. Merci!!

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Good thread, I always look forward to seeing areas of Paris I've never seen before in your threads.
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Thanks......
Yes, northern side of the hill, corner Custine/ Becquerel.....
Thought so! I walked down this street two years ago but circled back to the touristy areas, great to see what is on the other side!

That Samsung/LG ads on the twin apartment towers, remember those too, very prominent from the train from de Gaulle.
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Diverse & urban with lots of character! Love it. Thanks for sharing.
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You didn't know Paris was the CAPITAL OF FASHION?
True, but I didn't know fashion from a far away galaxy had made its way here.
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You didn't know Paris was the CAPITAL OF FASHION?
was indeed. nyc ranks 1-2nd over recent years and paris 3-4th. london has #1 spot currently. better up your game because played out star wars characters wont get paris a #1 fashion capitol ranking back anytime soon!
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