DqOUSnf7a7l, 2013-06-21 01:21:54
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ypvTiBsarrLf, 2013-06-21 09:11:00
Thank you Simon for posting a poacstrd of my neighborhood. The third one.I can almost see my apartment building in the far right at the beginning of rue Lecourbe.That intersection bd Pasteur, ave de Breteuil, rue de Se8vres and rue Lecourbe is known now as Place Henri Queuille. You can see Lyce9e Buffon in the center before it expanded on the right. It was built in the 1880s. So this picture was probably taken around the turn of the century.The houses on the left, with shops, were replaced by the Institut dOptique, which went out of business, or moved somewhere else, in the last twenty years or so.The structure was classe9e which means it could not be torn down and replaced by something else. It has been restored and the inside turned into apartments. Cousine,The last poacstrd shows the end of avenue de Breteuil, very close to where we had that nice lunch you, Yves, Ken and me last year. Thanks for the link.