An Unmarked Paris Monument–Sue Anawalt

An Unmarked Paris Monument–Sue Anawalt

Each year around 80 million tourists flock into France. They come in droves, crowding the streets and squares, their necks craning, cameras out, all taking identical shots of the 11th century cathedral of Notre Dame. Cameras still hanging on their necks, tourists gape at the grand boulevards lined with balconied Haussmann buildings, streets buzzing with buses, cars, and vespas. Daring bicyclists dart in an out of the traffic.…

There is, however, an unmarked monument in Paris which the newcomer so distracted by the grand sights, often fails to see. Perhaps, even the Parisian passing by this monument every day overlooks this common sight. He often seeks it out, but fails to recognize it as a national monument. What is it?… FIND OUT IN SUE’S FINE PHOTO ESSAY; CLICK THE LINK!

An Unmarked Paris Monument, Susan H. Anawalt

 

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