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Paris France Cluny Museum, Musée de Cluny

Evening at the Metro stop Saint Michel in the Latin Quarter, Paris France. © Brian Jannsen Photography

The Pantheon

La Tour d'Argent. Order: Caneton à l'orange ---- ::MUST in France!!:: the restaurant (circa 1582 and frequented by Henri IV) raises its ducks on its own farm. Diners who order the duck receive a postcard with the bird's serial number, now well over 1 million.

The one, the only, Shakespeare & Co bookstore in Paris in an English language bookstore that dates back to 1919. The original bookstore was a haven for Lost Generation figures like Gertrude Stein, F Scott Fitzgerald, and Ernest Hemingway. The current bookstore allows young writers to live and work on the premises.

View from La Tour d'Argent, Paris | Audrey Loves Paris ᘡղbᘠ

Quai de Montebello, Paris. I'll never forget the week we spent in Paris in April 2006, with this view in our window.

Paris at Dusk (by Anthony Gelot)

Boulevard St-Michel, Paris

St-Etienne-du-Mont, Paris

ligne 4 station st michel

La Friterie - Une drôle de friterie parisienne, 77 rue Galande, 75005, Paris, France by David Giral

rue Saint-Jacques - Paris 5e

Paris arrondissement 5

Rue Mouffetard market in the Latin Quarter, Paris. Being one of the oldest parts of Paris Rue Mouffetard feels like a very awake village in a big city. Rue Mouffetard main attraction is its regular open market with its street stalls and their vendors.

St Michel, Paris. In the heart of the vibrant Latin Quarter.

Rue Galande, Paris 5ème

Rue Galande, au coin de la rue Dante, Paris 5e

Église Saint Julien le Pauvre, 79 rue Galande, Paris V | France

✮ Metro - St.Michel, Paris, if not on foot (most always) or the Batobus on the Seine (wow…), the Metor is chic and delivers!

Pasteur at the Sorbonne

Panthéon, Paris France

l’Université de Paris - Sorbonne on Flickr.::cM

La Sorbonne, Paris V