Monday, 18 June 2018

Parisian open-air booksellers apply for UNESCO status

"After baguettes and bistros, second-hand booksellers along the banks of the Seine River in Paris are pushing to be recognised as one of the world's cultural treasures on UNESCO's list of "intangible heritage". Calling themselves "the biggest open-air bookshop in the world", the "bouquinistes" and their dark green stalls have been a fixture of the French capital since the 17th century."
More at AFP
Photo: Pierre Bourru
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