Check out my full post about this impressive monument, showcasing contributions made by French citizens throughout history.
I’ve accumulated a large (admittedly random) collection of photos of my feet taken during my travels. I thought it might be fun to occasionally share them here on MOTM and link each photo to a more in-depth post I’ve previously published.
Welcome to what is often referred to as the narrowest street in Paris. Rue du Chat-qui-Peche has been around since 1540 and runs 95′ long (and only 5’11” wide).
Here my model demonstrates just how narrow this street truly is.
After enjoying a glass of sweet mint tea at Le Grande Mosquée, it was time to head over to the Panthéon.
Originally built as a church to honour St. Genevieve, Roman Catholic patron saint of Paris, the building is now home to the remains of many distinguished French citizens.
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