Paris in black and white may win in the nostalgic and dreamy departments. But seeing these rare, full color photos of Paris between 1907 and 1930 is downright eye-opening. These were shot in direct color using the Autochrome process developed by the famous Lumière brothers.
3. The Grand Palais, an historic exhibition site where Chanel usually has its fashion shows.
9. An entrance to the Place des Vosges looks eerily similar to how it does today.
10. Looking down Quai des Orfèvres, you can see the top of Notre Dame in the distance.
- Nicholas Winton, who saved more than 650 Jewish children from the Holocaust, died at 106.