Le Passe Muraille – The Parisian Statue That Walks Through Walls

Place Aymé, an open space in the backstreets of Montmartre, is home to Le Passe Muraille (The Walker-Through-Walls), one of Paris’ most interesting statues. Frozen in the middle of passing through a wall, this public artwork is based on a character with a tragic tale. The square is named after Marcel Aymé (1902-67), the author … More Le Passe Muraille – The Parisian Statue That Walks Through Walls

The Rebel Vineyard Of Paris – Le Clos Montmartre And Le Fête Des Vendanges Festival

Paris might be the last place you’d think to find a wine-producing vineyard, but there is one (just the size of a city block) tucked away in Montmarte! In the shade of Parisian apartment blocks, the twisted stems of hillside grapevines is a curious sight to see. It’s so small, that many people walk by … More The Rebel Vineyard Of Paris – Le Clos Montmartre And Le Fête Des Vendanges Festival