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The reconstruction of Giacometti’s studio

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The exhibition of never seen sculptures

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Institut Giacometti-Paris-Women of Venice 1956
Institut Giacometti-Paris-Women of Venice 1956

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Institut Giacometti-Paris-View from outside
Institut Giacometti-Paris-View from outside

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The most invisible : L’Eglise Saint Ignace
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Eglise Saint Ignace – Paris – Hidden in the Centre Sevres

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Eglise Saint Ignace - Paris - The painted glasses of light by Patrick Rimoux
Eglise Saint Ignace – Paris – The painted glasses of light by Patrick Rimoux

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The most confidential : L’Eglise Saint Serge
Eglise Orthodoxe Saint Serge - Paris - View of the outside from the garden
Eglise Orthodoxe Saint Serge – Paris – View of the outside from the garden

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Eglise Orthodoxe Saint Serge - Paris - Inside at vespers
Eglise Orthodoxe Saint Serge – Paris – Inside at vespers

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The most rustic : L’Eglise Saint Germain de Charonne
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Eglise Saint Germain de Charonne – Paris – The purity of the architecture after renovation

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Eglise Saint Germain de Charonne-Paris – The entrance, the church tower and adjacent churchyard

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The most surprising : L’Eglise Notre Dame du Travail
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Eglise Notre Dame du Travail – Paris – Bright and light inside

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Eglise Notre Dame du Travail - Paris - View from the choir
Eglise Notre Dame du Travail – Paris – View from the choir

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The most recent : La Cathedrale de la Sainte Trinité
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Cathedrale de la Sainte Trinite – Paris – View from the Pont de l Alma

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Cathedrale de la Sainte Trinite – Paris – The iconostasis

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