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The Photographer’s Guide to Paris: Capturing Beautiful Images of the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, Notre Dame, and Beyond by Alastair Arthur

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Hidden Gems

Maybe you’ve already seen the most famous sights, or just want to experience something more unusual or less well known. As a photographer in Paris, there is so much to take in. Sometimes, it’s an ornate doorway or intricate iron railing. Other times, it’s an unusual building in which the architect made the most of the space available. The Pantheon and Opera Garnier, for example, would be the central attraction in many cities. Maybe you’re taken with the open-air markets that are as popular with locals as they are with visitors.

A few other locations are worth going out of your way to visit as well. Here, I highlight a few places that offer a fascinating and less-typical view of the city and its history—and potentially some great images. ...

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