Bonjour Paris - Oh, to Dine at La Cloiserie de Lilas
Chemins de fer, la gare, Musée d'Orsay
Adresses mythiques du Paris littéraire
Amedeo Modigliani, Pablo Picasso and Andre Salmon in an old image taken by Jean Cocteau in Montparnasse, Paris in 1916.
Marianne Marianne By Jean-Sébastien Stehli July 1, 2013 The lady with her Phrygian cap, embodying the ideals of Reason and Liberty, has been the symbol of France since the 1848 Revolution, when Honoré Daumier first painted her image. Marianne is also the image on standard French stamps, and by tradition each newly-elected president chooses a new face for the role—among the Mariannes in the past have been Brigitte Bardot and Catherine Deneuve.