aaronovitch Found a stack of illustrated newspapers at Porte Clignancourt today - this from 1906 2d

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aaronovitch Clearing the coffee cart before Lanvin show at Ecole Nationale Supérieure des beaux-arts 2d

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aaronovitch First World War cemetery, in the Argonne 3d

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aaronovitch A short silent movie on a snowy day in Vauquois - trying to imagine this place 100 years ago. 3d

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Ludwig Aaron Hicklin
aaronovitch Vauquois - WWI German tunnels run over 300 feet below, including hospitals, kitchens, and sleeping quarters 3d

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aaronovitch Walking the craters of what was once a village, Vauquois, on the frontline between French and German troops during WWI 3d

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aaronovitch I saw this lovely pair in a Paris hotel yesterday 4d

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aaronovitch WW1 battlefields in the Argonne near Verdun 4d

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aaronovitch A cemetery in Les Islettes, in the Argonne 4d

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aaronovitch My kind of address: I'm staying at Balzac's on Lord Byron. 4d

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aaronovitch Pufferfish in a glass dome in a Paris cafe. #lostmyapetite 6d
  •   alyssashapiro "The guide to Paris restaurants for those on a diet" 6d

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aaronovitch More Twizy 7d

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aaronovitch This is, apparently, a Twizzy. And it is a car. Want one? 7d
  •   christopher1019 Here in France where it originates, it's not popular at all. It is a car, but basically for only one person. Practical, I say not. 7d

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Inkwell Aaron Hicklin
aaronovitch Tools of the bookmaking trade - Milan 1w

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aaronovitch Tools of the book-making trade, Conti Borbone 1w

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aaronovitch Book orders - Conti Borbone, Milan 1w

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aaronovitch Beautiful hand-made marbleized papers found at 145-yr old bookbinder in Milan 1w
  •   patchnyc This just made my day! Beautiful! 1w

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aaronovitch Lots one can learn from a selfie master - thanks @ParisHilton 1w

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