A Look At Paris Under The Snow In The Early 1900s

Brr-là-là.

1. Shoveling snow in the Tuileries in 1919 must have been a real bitch.

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2. This is the 1919 French version of a snow plow.

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3. It’s actually a tank!

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4. Here’s a snowy Place de la Concorde in 1919.

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5. The Champs-Elysées around 1910. It looks so uncharacteristically quiet.

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6. Winter playtime in the Luxembourg Gardens in 1919.

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7. Tire tracks on a cool-looking Boulevard Edgar Quinet.

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8. The Luxembourg Gardens look kind of creepy without a soul and covered in snow.

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9. A classic view, completely deserted. Nevertheless, I’d like to go to there.

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