Just like any other soul in the world, rats make no exception – they love Paris, too! With the Seine, the subway and the numerous restaurants, Paris has become a Rat Paradise of sorts.
With a width of 120m and a total length of 12m, Rue Cavallotti officially measures as the smallest open-air art museum in Paris!
The grimacing parade of 381 grotesque stone heads under the oldest Parisian bridge is hardly something you see every day, but the mascarons are a well known landmark in the French capital.
Myriads of tourists walk past it every day without so much as a second glance. But what looks like nothing more than a tiny lane between two buildings is actually the narrowest street in Paris.