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Paris Fall Walks

A stroll over Pont Neuf, the oldest still standing bridge of Paris (and also the first real bridge of the city built in stone), with one of the best views onto the city, bathed in bright sunlight and the start of the falling leaves.

the louvre
seine and louvre
the pont des arts and the Louvre to the right, and in the far away distance the towers of the churches of the 16e
pont des arts

pont des arts
the grande galerie part of the Louvre
pont des arts and louvre
the old Samaritaine department store, a doomed ghost ship on the river

a seagull pooping onto the head of Henri IV, king of France
Henri IV pont neuf

Henri IV pont neuf

Henri IV pont neuf

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