Paris, un abécédaire
Jérôme Brézillon and Jean-Marc Fiess offer a trip around Paris, from monuments to gardens, plenty of smells from streets and pavements, and make us rediscover the city we thought we knew very well. (..)
"Nowadays, we know that Paris' charm no longer depends on beret, baguette and wine mug hanging on bar counters. We have to admit that Paris' beauty now depends on its shadows, its corners, its manhole covers, its poor shelters, its huge glass roofs, its small and big delusions..."
Preface by Jean-Bernard Pouy
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