2012-07-11 Where Is It Wednesday?

Two right answers again this week for Krs’s generous contribution.

Where Is It Paris 2012-07-04 by Krs (Fantasia Painting)

Pagoda Paris by Krs (Fantasia Painting)

48 rue de Courcelles,
75008 Paris France

Vreni from Vreni’s Vienna Daily Photo was first in, followed closely by Mitrfriend at My Travelogue.

Vreni answered:

That´s the Pagode de Loo, close to the Parc Monceau.

Great job, Vreni! Don’t eat the Chupa Chup all in one place.

This week, I’ve decided to turn the difficulty level up a notch.

Where Is This?

Where Is It Used 2012-07-11 Paris

Correct answers in the Comments section below win a coveted prize.

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I’d like to turn this site into more of a collaborative effort, if at all possible. For that, I need your help!

If you have taken a picture of Paris on your smart phone and would like to show it off to the world, why not do it here? It doesn’t have to be super artistic–there are enough photo sites of Paris as it is–just taken with a mobile phone and that’s all!

Please send a copy of your photograph to Paris.Paul.Prescott@gmail.com and I’ll let you know when it’ll be posted.

Thanks so much for your help!

Paris Paul

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9 thoughts on “2012-07-11 Where Is It Wednesday?

  1. Gosh, I love the dramatic sky!! Another beautiful shot. I also dig the Pagoda photograph!! T. (And yes, I’m putting on my Nancy Drew thinking cap again. A notch indeed!!)

  2. Ouf I have found it…!
    Quai des Célestins, angle rue du Petit Musc.
    The original name of this street was “la rue des putes y muce” because it served as a hiding place for prostitutes. Near the Seine was the Monastery “des Célestins”. The building we can see on the picture is the Massillon school.

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