Some people say there's no such thing as bad chocolate. I'm not sure I agree, but I know for a fact that there's no such thing as a bad photo venue in Paris. Whether you're a professional photographer toting multiple Leicas, a shutterbug using an old Brownie Hawkeye, or someone brandishing a digital camera, you'll come home with photos you'll be proud to share...and display. How not, in the city that's long been the world's heart of architecture and art?
The history of Paris can be traced back more than 2500 years, and its places of beauty reach across the twenty arrondissements that comprise the city. Each of these districts in Paris offers its unique flavor of cultures, building designs and, yes, photo opportunities. After considering the vast number of locations where a photographer could spend days, if not weeks, I narrowed it all down to five.
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