Above: The café Les Deux Magots, where many artistic celebrities drank, such as Ernest Hemingway, James Joyce and Pablo Picasso.
Below: Pictures 2 and 3 are by the café, Les Deux Magots.
Picture 4 is a café right next door, the Café de Flore was also a hub for writers and
philosophers, and became more fashionable in the late 1900's than Les Deux Magots.
Picture 5 celebrates the skin of those we love.
Pictures 6 to 12 are views inside of Abbey of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, the monastery being completed in 558 A.D. The church
was destroyed by Norman invasion in the 10th century, but rebuilt in 990, making it one of the oldest churches in Paris.
Picture 9 shows a sculpture of Pope John-Paul II.