Wednesday, October 10th, 2012

Paris: Allo, Allo

This video is a little different from the type of slick time lapse I normally post, but is very fun. It’s a film a couple of American tourists made of their trip to Paris that gives an interesting window into that city. I hope you enjoy. If the video doesn’t display for you, click here.

h/t Likecool

Here’s another short fun one called Paris vs. New York that playfully shows the contrasts between the two cities. If the video doesn’t display, click here.

More Paris videos:

Le Flâneur
Paris in Motion (Part One)
Paris in Motion (Part Two)

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Topics: Architecture and Design, Civic Branding, Urban Culture
Cities: Paris

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