Collage of Old and New Photos of Paris
By Priya Saha on Aug 24, 2016
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Paris as we know has been a city with constant improvisation. However, we have hardly witnessed the development that has taken place over here since 1871. So, to revive the old memories of this beautiful city, Julien Knez from Paris has collected vintage photographs and collaged it with the photographs of some of the iconic spots of the city. These photographs showcase Paris contemporary setting. Let’s check out the album:
Tour Eiffel, 1900
Place Vendme, 1871
Rue du Faubourg-du-Temple, 1871
Place de l’Opéra, 1900
Le Moulin Rouge, 1900
Quai de Conti, 1900
Arc de Triomphe, 1909
"Odéon” Station (Métro), 1910
Boulevard Saint-Denis, 1910
La Seine, Notre-Dame, 1930
Le Printemps. Boulevard Haussmann, 1930
Place de l’Opéra, 1940
Le Grand Palais, 1944
Rue Gay-Lussac, 1968
So, how was the historical journey? I hope it must have taken you back to those days when Paris was also considered as the city of modernization. Plan your Paris trip with the help of this Paris Itinerary 6 Days
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*all photographs are attributed to boredpanda.com