the Suresnes Cité Jardins Presentation : Henri Sellier, [...]
At the beginning of the 20th century, 16th arrondissement is one of the privileged places in Paris for Art nouveau houses and buildings.
La Défense is the largest business district in Europe. This area offers a complete panorama of the architecture of towers in Paris.
The village of Ménilmontant retains a unique charm because of its small streets and leafy green-houses.
The Butte aux cailles district retains the charm of a picturesque working-class village in the heart of Paris.
Montmartre was the refuge of parisian artists at the beginning of the 20th century.
Once popular among Parisian bourgeois, the old village of Passy has retained much of its charm with its rural streets and hidden gardens.
This visit allows us to see the wine-growing history of the village of Bercy and a beautiful transformation following the development of the Bercy garden's park.
The Charonne district has maintained its village atmosphere. Many small streets and charming houses are still found here today.
The covered passages or arcades demonstrate the decadence and extravagance of Paris at the beginning of the 19th century.