Tag Archives: Place des Vosges

Un Cale-porte

I think that the most unusual thing I brought back from Paris was un cale-porte (uhn kal port), or a doorstop. I spotted it in the window of Bohémia, a very eclectic shop at 5 rue du Pas de la … Continue reading

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Un logement décent

The Place des Vosges is one of the most charming residential squares in Paris. It was built by order of Henri IV starting in 1605 on the site of a former royal palace. It was the first European planned community. … Continue reading

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