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Part 1

So we can continue into the little street of QCA.

1. Rue de Penthieve.

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3. Rue de Miromesnil.

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5. Rue de Penthieve.

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8. Rue Cambaceres.

9. Rue Roquepines

10. Rue d'Astorg

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12. Boulevard Malesherbes.

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15. Saint Augustin

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18. Rue de la Boetie. A "street" that I did not knew before

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20.

21.

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28. Miromesnil metro main entrance.

29. Rue de Miromesnil.

30. Rue de la Boetie.

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33. Very nice buildings here, intersection of the Rue de Boetie andAvenue Delcasse.

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35. On the other side, Avenue Percier.

36. When i took this picture it was exactly 12 p.m

37. Four... :D

38. Avenue Percier.

39. Special dedicace pour Cyril

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41.

42. Rue de la Baume.

43. Boulevard Haussmann.

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45. Rue de la Boetie.


To be continued.
 

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46.

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48. Debut of the lunch time.

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52. We continue in Avenue de Matignon.

53. I see two style in this building.

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56. Rue du faubourg Saint Honore.

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58. Back in Avenue Matignon.

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60. Even the msot prestigious Avenues of Paris have ugly post wars building.

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62. AXA hq the building could be nicer with a cleaner cladd.

63. They have a very little private park.

64. Usually IKEA advert are great not this one, see the bus and you will understand. ;)

65. Rue du Faubourg Saint Honere.

66. I know that American love these Smart cars.

67. Rue Jean Mermoz.

68. Intersection of between Rue de Boetie and Rue du Faubourg Saint Honore. Fifth...:D

69. Look at how beautiful is my city.

70.


To be continued, we are at 500m of the Champs Elysees. ;)
 

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71.

72.

73. We continue in Rue de la Boetie narrower here.

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76. I love the narrow street like this. :)

77. Tear it down and build a nice glassy building.

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79. I also like the dark street, a sunny day.

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81.

82.

83. Finally we arrive in the Champs Elysees with big Monoprix Virgin Megastor building.

84. En revoir Rue de la Boetie.

85. Bonjour les Champs Elysees. It look cool to be businessman.

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90. Sixth... :D

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92. To be honest we know to much the Champs, the little streets are more interresting.

93. Rue de Berri.

94. 70's and red... yeah.

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96. Nice facade.

97. Rue de Ponthieu.

98. Continue in Rue de Berry.

99. People always think "oh the center of Paris is so nice and they don't have failure because everything date of before the WWI", Look at how they are wrong. :lol:

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101. I love street like this one. :)

102. 1920's 1930's building, inspirated by the american skyscrapers.

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104. Seventh... :D

105.


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I like the buildings on pictures 58, 62 and especially 101/102.
Great tour and thank you for the architecture you made me discover in the 8th!
 

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106. Rue Berry

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108.

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110. Rue du Faubourg Saint Honore.

111. Rue Berry

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113.

114.

115. Boulevard Haussmann.

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117. Very nice building.

118. Rue de Courcelles.

119.

120. An other failed modern building with old style.

121. Ugly.

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123. Rue du docteur Lancereaux.

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126. Rue de Courcelles, Place du Perou, an asian style building.

127. Rue de Monceaux

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129.

130. Place de Narvick.

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132. Boulevard Haussmann.

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134. Rue de Laborde.

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136. Place Saint Augustin.

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End of the second part. :)
 

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I knew it before, it is near the Parc Monceau.

That's true the 8th arrondissement is rather unknow exepted by the people who work here.
 

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102. 1920's 1930's building, inspirated by the american skyscrapers.
I been inside this building few weeks ago and I was wrong.
Only the facade date of the 1920's 1930's, the building was clearly build in the 1990's.



 
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