Friday, August 26, 2005

This morning I found this on the website of the French daily Le Monde. Wait a few seconds until it is loaded, and then click on "continuer". You will see a map of Paris, with about 20 dots in different parts of the city. By clicking on a dot you will first see a picture taken in august 1944, when the city was liberated from the German occupation, and then one taken sixty years later on ( almost ) exactly the same spot. Highly recommended!

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