The day is nice and the bookshops are open, a trip in Paris begins.
Le Marais (The Marsh) before the French Revolution was the aristocratic district, nevertheless many buildings bounded with the history of the city can be found here.
Paris is covered by a long network of covered passages that provide shelter from the banks of the Seine up to the slopes of Montmartre. You will simply travel back in time, and experience the city in a different way.
In street photography you should wait for that moment without trying to interfere.
Montmartre is a kind of village inside Paris, a district that preserved its uniqueness and made to fall in love hundreds of artists and bohemians. You won't get here the feeling of being in a metropoly.
The tower is also a monument to the technological progress. Under the first balcony, all around the perimeter, are engraved the names of 72 relevant scientist, mathematicians and engineers. Surely you will remind some of them from school as Lagrange (mean value theorem) and Coulomb (the unit of the electric charge).
The skyscrapers of Paris, to don't ruin the romantic skyline of the center, are located at the modern business district called La Défense, placed at the city limits.
There was a musician playing the accordion, he helped in this photo.
Like a swollen river, the soul of the city runs through the café.
The island where the cathedral is placed hosted the first settlement of the ancient Paris: Lutetia. The village grew faster with the extraction of the Lutetian Limestone, used in the construction of a lot of buildings in the city, included the cathedral.
The city of lights is preparing for the night.
I had to leave fast to leave the space to the ghosts. Musée Rodin is dedicated to the French sculptor Auguste Rodin, progenitor of the modern sculpture. Of him is the statue of the The Thinker, which a copy is located in this garden.
The art of glass is close to Notre Dame.
More than 7000 species are kept in this museum that reopened to the public in the 1994 after a long period of decline.
The extraction of the famous Parisian limestone was putting the city at the risk of collapse. Further digging has been so prohibited in the 18th century and a long intricate maze of tunnels became available. A small part of has been used to store the bones coming from overflowing cemeteries and nowadays is open to the public. For the other part you should google cataphiles, assumed you are interested, not claustrophobic and scared to break the law,
The Latin Quarter is the student area back to the middle ages, where Latin was the language used among people of different nationalities. A good guide will be able to indicate you the old café where Desmoulins, Danton and Marat were building the dream of the revolution.