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Catacombs, Paris Photograph by Stephen Alvarez, National Geographic This Month in Photo of the Day: National Geographic Magazine Features In a sandy chamber known as the "beach," a wave rolls across a wall painted (and repainted) by cataphiles in the style of Japanese printmaker Hokusai. Such works can take hundreds of hours—the painting but also the carrying in of supplies.
Theâtre Le Bout, Paris 10, cité Pigalle, Paris 75009-------------- Hosting an impressive 24 shows each week, the Cafe-Theater Le Bout is bound to entertain. Each of two stages pursues its independent programming to provide plenty of choices between plays, comedies, one-man (and woman) shows, concerts, and children's entertainment.