Throughout history, Paris has been plagued by unrest and destruction – the 1871 Paris Commune destroyed many historic historic buildings and the city was heavily bombed during World War II. But Paris is as resilient as it is romantic. Here, we take an intimate look at the evolution of the city of light.
Town Square, in front of Gare de L’Est, a railway station in the 10th Arrondissement, is crowded with people. The Gare de l’Est was completed in 1849 and was known as the Strasbourg Platform until 1854.
In 1870, Notre-Dame’s nave was lit by stained glass windows. Even today it is one of the photographs of the medieval Catholic Church.
In 2019, Notre-Dame was temporarily closed due to a fire under the roof of the cathedral. The roof and spire of the structure were destroyed, but the altar, the rose window and the 13th century pipe limb were not damaged. Renovation is underway, and the church is expected to reopen in the spring of 2020.
The Boise de Bologna is one of the largest public parks in Paris running along the edge of the 16th Arrondissement. A major part of the park is the large lake in the middle, as seen here, which was given to the city of Paris in 1852 by Emperor Napoleon III.
Construction workers stand with concrete slabs in front of the Paris Opera House. Fifteen years after construction, the landmark building was completed in 1875 and is still used today as one of the main sites in Paris.
The builders demolished the Eiffel Tower in 1887 based on Gustave Eiffel’s vision. Next year, you will see that they have already made a lot of progress. Construction was relatively fast and the unique steel structure took only three years to complete. Interestingly enough, the bold design of the tower was first seen as an eye-opener in the eyes of most Parisians.
Although it was not well received by the public, the Eiffel Tower was completed for the 1900 World’s Fair in Paris.
Taxi drivers crowd the bridges over the Sen as they strike against a newly passed rule under the Eiffel Tower that supports companies larger than individual drivers.
A woman in Paris enjoys a beautiful sunny day at the Parc de Bagatelle.
Friends sit on the roof of a cafe and drink coffee. Cafes in Paris have long served as the foundation of the city’s social and cultural identity since the seventeenth century.
Founded in 1889, Moulin Rouge hosts nightclub cabaret and burlesque performances and was the first electrically operated building in Paris. A devastating fire in 1915 burned almost the entire structure, and the popular club reopened in 1921.
A group of fashionable women wrapped in ostrich feathers – very trendy for the moment – – wait for the horse race to enter the oatmeal.
An aerial view of Paris shows a view of the city’s circular arrondissement system as well as the Eiffel Tower.
The platforms at the Gare du Nord train station are filled with people as they exit one of the six train stations in Paris.
A group of tourists stare at the Champs Elyses from the summit of the Arc de Triomphe. The arch was built in 1836 in the center of Charles de Gaulle Place, the junction of 12 different paths.
A team of classically trained ballerinas takes to the bar for a rehearsal at Swan Lake at the Grand Opera de Paris.
A woman sells flowers from a cart on the streets of Paris.
A view from the top of the stairs to Montmartre. The series of stairs leads to the summit of Sakre Koir.
Tourists use binoculars to get a closer look at the city below as they exit the top of the Eiffel Tower.
A local walks along a long path through one of the Parisian arches in Rio Revolli.
Rita Hayworth and her daughter Rebecca travel the streets of Paris on a trip in 1950.
A woman blocks the sun with a parachute while painting in a city block.
A woman, suitable for the runway, attracts visitors as she crosses the Rue de la Pikes.
Here, a woman on a city bus is seen on her daily commute.
A group of fashion models are posing alongside the sign in the latest collection of the season.
A glimpse of the streets behind St. Germain in Paris proves that the city has the same attractions as the noisy main street.
A group of tourists walk along the Trocadiro across the sign from the Eiffel Tower.
The French model, Suzette Clari, went to drive in a small car suitable for two on the streets of Paris.
A group of well-dressed women use the grid-locked traffic in Paris as an opportunity to pose at their convertibles.
The Hotel de Ville in Paris, located in the 4th Arrondissement, has been used as the city’s political administrative building or city hall since its completion in 1 political2in. The present building was rebuilt in the Renaissance style in 1922 after being burnt down during the Paris period. Commune of 1871.
The French writer, Franোois Sagan, stood against a flyer-filled wall in the streets of Paris in 1955.
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