These images show an unexpected and beautiful side of Paris and the Eiffel Tower can overcome

These images show an unexpected and beautiful side of Paris and the Eiffel Tower can overcome

Paris is certainly an incredibly magical city. His mystery and charm captivates us even from afar and is why when I finally visited this beautiful city is not uncommon to want to visit the most famous tourist spots, like so many before us. But, do you find there the true essence of the city or will have to walk to find it through other streets?

That’s part of what the photographer Sebastian Erras asked and the answer to your question became a curious and interesting collection of photographs named Paris Re-tale (Telling the story of Paris again) where you can see immortalized the beautiful and old entries from different shops with their owners. are these places, less popular but more history, Erras that tell the real story of a city that has existed for centuries.

Clearly through these images we can get into a much more intimate, personal and emotional view of Paris and see how people live their city from a slightly less touristy and more real perspective.

Read on to see these beautiful shops and know the name of their owners.

1. Dorothee Hoffmann poses with her apron, which is never removed when in his pottery shop

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Sebastian Erras

2. Drew Harre owns this beautiful restaurant that serves different kinds of fish with delicious wines

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Sebastian Erras

3. Vanessa Jacquiot runs the commercial area of this hotel that was installed in a boutique used to be the oldest bakery around Paris

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Sebastian Erras

4. Gilles Berthommier next to one of the puppets that he creates and sells at your local

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Sebastian Erras

5. The chef Christophe Duparay poses at the entrance of the restaurant

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Sebastian Erras

6. Julien Houssais delights people with delicate pastries that sells in his shop

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Sebastian Erras

7. Alexandre Boyer has a store of film history that can captivate anyone

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Sebastian Erras

8. Especially Hubert owns a shop special jazz

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Sebastian Erras

9. Boris Lume stands proudly outside his elegant pastry

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Sebastian Erras

10. Nathalie Felber laundry still runs his tataraabuelo rode so many years ago

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Sebastian Erras

11. Avijid Gosh manages a specifically designed for art lovers hotel

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Sebastian Erras

12. Didier Madamour poses at the entrance of the scenic restaurant

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Sebastian Erras

13. Régis Page owns a record store and vinyl that looks like something out of another world

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Sebastian Erras

14. Diane Bernard Poussin and JUnique roost in the door of his chocolate which already has over 200 years

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Sebastian Erras

15. Norbert designs shoes from scratch. Each of these pairs is unique

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Sebastian Erras

Which is your favorite? I really can not decide.

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