In the 19th century, the still rural Montmartre attracted numerous artists who could live a freer and cheaper life here than in the city centre.
This Square occupies all the space between the garden of the Tuileries and the entrance to the Champs-Elysées.
OF all the entrances to Paris, that by the Barrier of Neuilly is indisputably the most beautiful
The Castle of St. Germain was formerly one of the finest royal residences of the kings of France.
The Rouen Cathedral is one of the most important church buildings in France in the Gothic style.
Market Scene at Rouen. The Place de la Haute-Vieille-Tour with the cathedral in the background. France 1819.
It is from Côte Sainte-Catherine that one can enjoy a remarkable panorama of Rouen and its urban area.
Looking out from the hotel opposite the quay, we enjoy an extremely picturesque view of the lively port of Dieppe with its sailing ships.
Dieppe is a maritime and fishing port on the Alabaster Coast in the Seine-Maritime department in the Normandy region
The annexed view of Antwerp is taken from the Tête de Flandre, a fortified post on the left bank of the river Schelde