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Paris, Place du Tertre
Old Postcard, Paris, Trocadero
An excellent postcard from about 1910 of the Trocadero seen through the Eiffel Tower. This Trocadero
was demolished about 1935 to make way for the current buildings.    
Paris, Trocadero
A closer view of the Trocadero, also from around 1910.   
A 1950 postcard of the Place du Tertre.
Gare du Lyon
Paris, Bois de Boulogne
L'Avenue du Bois de Boulogne.
The Gare de Lyon.    
Paris - Gare de Lyon
A very early view of the Gare de Lyon - not very good quality, sorry !
Paris, Pantheon
The Pantheon and the Rue Soufflot about 1912.
Paris, Hotel de Ville
A great postcard - probably just pre-WW1 - of the Hotel de Ville.    
Paris, Metro
The Metro. Boulevard Pasteur, l'Avenue de Breteuil and les Invalides -
a postcard mailed in 1913.   
Paris, Bouquiniste
A "Bouquiniste" at the Quai Montebello.
The Grand Palais.
The Bourse in the 1920s or 30s.
The Ile de la Cite - a postcard from 1908.
Two early postcards of the Sacre-Coeur, neither of which has been used, so no dates !                          
A 1919 postcard of the Rue Chevalier de la
Barre, leading to Sacre Coeur.
Two undated postcard of Les Invalides.
"Les Bouquinistes du Quai de la Tournelle"
Le Pont Alexandre III - a postcard from 1911.
Paris - Ile Saint-Louis
A postcard from 1920.    
The Eiffel Tower and the Champ de Mars.
La Madeleine.  
The Avenue de l'Opera - a postcard printed after 1920.
The Pont Alexandre III and the Grand Palais.
More views of the French capital in old postcards.
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Did You Know.........that the English
novelist
W Somerset Maugham was born
in the British Embassy in Paris in 1874 ?
And Did You Know.........that the writer
and historian
Hilaire Belloc was  born in La
Celle-Saint-Cloud, in 1870 ?
Did You Know.........that the composer Georges Bizet, best
known for his opera "
Carmen", was born at 26 rue de la Tour
d'Auvergne in the 9th arrondissement in 1838 ?
And Did You Know.........that the poet
Charles Baudelaire was born in Paris in
1821 ?
Paris - Porte Saint-Martin
Paris - Porte Saint-Martin.
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Paris, Bois de Boulogne
Carriages on the Bois de Boulogne.
Paris - a box at the Opera
A box at the Opera.
Paris - Pont de la Concorde
Pont de la Concorde.
Paris, Place du Chatelet
Place du Chatelet.  
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