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  1. Notre-Dame de Paris— Quick Reference Novel by Victor Hugo set in 15th‐c. Paris, begun in and completed after the fall of the Restoration monarchy in
  2. Historic Photos: narrow streets of old Paris by Charles Marville, The photograph above (and the similar one below) is a fascinating glimpse into the vanished urban past of Paris, France. This gloomy narrow street is the Rue de l’Arche Marion, and as you can see it’s little more than a tiny cobblestone gutter between ancient buildings.
  3. Janet Flanner was the first Paris correspondent for the American magazine, The New Yorker. Flanner wrote what the magazine called ‘Letter from Paris’ for 50 years, beginning in Her pieces covered everything from what was going on in the art world to intriguing crimes that were happening in Paris .
  4. Belfast is a buzzing and vibrant city, valued for its unique history, diverse culture, and rich heritage, all of which resonates in its stunning architecture. From Gothic and Neo-Classical designs to state-of-the-art modern structures, Belfast has something to suit all tastes. Culture Trip presents the top 10 most beautiful architectural gems to look out for on your next visit.
  5. Paris at the barricades. Barricades on the Rue St Maur On 22 June Paris workers rose in revolt. Barricades went up in the eastern part of the capital and 50, armed insurgents tried to move on the centre. The full force of the government's reaction hit them. General Cavaignac, who had waged a brutal colonial war in Algeria, used.
  6. The History of Paris, France Paris was founded towards the end of the 3rd century BC on what is now the Ile de la Cite by a tribe of Celtic Gauls known as the Parisii. Centuries of conflict between the Gauls and Romans ended in 52 BC, when Julius Caesar's legions took control of the territory.
  7. Paris Croix de l Evangile rue de l Evangile en png × ; MB Paris Eglise Saint Denis de la Chapelle png × ; KB Paris la Rue amcounrapontogangdownretpunesgiopo.infoinfo 1, × ; KB.
  8. Paris - Paris - Medieval development and discord (12th century to 16th century): During the reign of Philip II (–), Paris was extensively improved. Streets were paved, the city wall was enlarged, and a number of new towns were enfranchised. In , when Philip II went on a crusade for a year, he entrusted the city’s administration not to the provost but to the guild.
  9. Treaty of Paris, (), treaty signed on March 30, , in Paris that ended the Crimean War. The treaty was signed between Russia on one side and France, Great Britain, Sardinia-Piedmont, and Turkey on the other. Because the western European powers had fought the war to protect Ottoman Turkey.

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