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Paris, the Most Literary City in the World

Paris, the Most Literary City in the World

In 1938, André Breton, the French poet and founder of the Surrealist movement, traveled from Paris to Mexico in hopes of meeting the Communist leader Leon Trotsky, who was then in exile from Stalinist Russia and living at Kahlo’s family home in Coyoacán. Breton sought Trotsky’s counsel in aligning Surrealism’s embrace of Freud’s theory of the subconscious with Marxist revolution. Rivera, Breton and Trotsky would write a manifesto, “For an Independent Revolutionary Art,” declaring that good…

In 1938, André Breton, the French poet and founder of the Surrealist movement, traveled from Paris to Mexico in hopes of meeting the Communist leader Leon Trotsky, who was then in exile from Stalinist Russia and living at Kahlo’s family home in Coyoacán. Breton sought Trotsky’s counsel in aligning Surrealism’s embrace of Freud’s theory of the subconscious with Marxist revolution. Rivera, Breton and Trotsky would write a manifesto, “For an Independent Revolutionary Art,” declaring that good…

Paris, the Most Literary City in the World

Paris, the Most Literary City in the World

The Conciergerie Paris - The first royal palace in the capital and prison during the Revolution!  On the Île de la Cité, exceptional Gothic rooms of the first royal palace in Paris and reproduction of the prison cells of the revolutionary tribunal. At the end of the 17th century, numerous people were imprisoned in the prison of the Conciergerie, including Marie-Antoinette. Listed a historical building by Unesco. La Conciergerie 2 Boulevard du Palais  75001 Paris

The Conciergerie Paris - The first royal palace in the capital and prison during the Revolution! On the Île de la Cité, exceptional Gothic rooms of the first royal palace in Paris and reproduction of the prison cells of the revolutionary tribunal. At the end of the 17th century, numerous people were imprisoned in the prison of the Conciergerie, including Marie-Antoinette. Listed a historical building by Unesco. La Conciergerie 2 Boulevard du Palais 75001 Paris

Carnaby Street. :The birthplace of the fashion and cultural revolution during the Swinging 60s, Carnaby Street and the 13 surrounding streets are two minutes away from Oxford Circus and Piccadilly Circus and feature more than 150 brands and over 70 independent restaurants and bars.independent boutiques, heritage brands, and new designer names, as well as a choice of restaurants, bars, cafés and great English pubs.

Carnaby Street. :The birthplace of the fashion and cultural revolution during the Swinging 60s, Carnaby Street and the 13 surrounding streets are two minutes away from Oxford Circus and Piccadilly Circus and feature more than 150 brands and over 70 independent restaurants and bars.independent boutiques, heritage brands, and new designer names, as well as a choice of restaurants, bars, cafés and great English pubs.

Dynamic Architecture.com - David Fisher has designed some amazing structures! This one will rotate around a sold base, as he calls it, in the 4th dimension of 'time.' All floors rotate independently! To be built in United Arab Emirates (UAE)

Dynamic Architecture.com - David Fisher has designed some amazing structures! This one will rotate around a sold base, as he calls it, in the 4th dimension of 'time.' All floors rotate independently! To be built in United Arab Emirates (UAE)

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