Tag Archives: Paris

This Artist’s Incredible Collection Uncovers The Truth About A World-Famous Museum

If you’ve ever been to the Louvre — or to any large-scale museum, for that are important — you know that its own experience widens far beyond the observation of art. It’s often as much about parties watching. Artist Michelle Ramin, 34, was recently able to live her dream of strolling through the Louvre, but … Read More

Guy Risks Life and Deportation to Save Baby Dangling Off 4th Floor Balcony

Undocumented migrant worker Mamoudou Gassama has become a national hero in France after gambling their own lives to save a newborn dangling off a 4th flooring balcony. The heroic achievement was caught on camera this past weekend in Paris and media shops across the globe ought to have quick to adoration’ Le Spider-Man’. Check out … Read More

Paris Opens the First Stretch of Its 28 -Mile Bike Superhighway

This story initially appeared on CityLab and is part of the Climate Desk partnership . Paris has inaugurated its first bike highway. Opening last May, the 0.5 -milestretch of freshly paved roadalongside the Bassin de lArsenal is part of theRseau express vlo( REVe) , an initiative designed to improve fast-track bike lanes free of motorized … Read More