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We stroll daily in Paris, we try to absorb the most of its infinitude, to merge with its atmosphere. We wish to show you at least a small mosaic of its charm, beauty and exceptionality. We hope to be a pleasant and interesting guide of yours steps in this city. Paris seen by people who do not feel to be strangers here anymore. Paris is a Moveable Feast“ - Ernest Hemingway.

Josef Sudek in Musée du Jeu de Paume


sudek-01.jpgIt is pleasant to walk in Paris and see the posters with a Czech name. The exhibition of a world-known photographer Josef Sudek in Musée du Jeu de Paume has logically become my target. The Museum is located in the building which used to be a ball-and-court games place at the corner of the Tuilleries gardens and by the Concorde square and the famouse Rivoli boulevard. 

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Writer from the Wolves Valley


chateaubriand-titul.jpg„You, who want to write about people, go first to the deserts, become at least for a while a child of nature, and then, only then take a pen to your hand“. Says the writer Francois-René de Chateaubriand through the boards hanging among the trees on the edge of the wood path of the Wolves Valley (Vallée-aux-Loups), taking you to the museum.


8Art and children in the Marmottan Museum


monet-titul.jpgIf you visit Paris in spring or beginning of summer, do not miss the unique art exhibition in the Marmottan museum. In the fancy neighbourhood of embassies, in the street Louis Boilly, the exhibition called „L’Art et l’Enfant“ (Art and a Child) presents children seen and painted by the master artists from the Middle Ages till 20th century.

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Antiquarian books market


knihy-01.jpgAlso called the „Georges Brassens Market“ (Marché Georges Brassens) is located on a quiet street Brancion in a 15th arrondissement of Paris. On a place where used to be horse abbatoirs in the past, since 1987 every Saturday and Sunday is held a market of antiquarian books. The precious books go through history thanks to several passionate people who know what value...


"Damned trinity" from Montmartre


montmartre-01.jpg"Damned trinity" or "diabolic trio" – were the nicknames that were given to the reknown painters from Monmartre. One night the painter André Utter found Maurice Utrillo completely drunk and so he took him home to his mother – the painter Suzanne Valadon. From an accidental meeting rose love, which did not care about the age difference between 23-years old André Utter and 44 years old Suzanne Valadon...

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