In 1929 the Hungarian photographer André Kertész took a picture of the Paris cityscape. The photograph shows a steeply descending street in the 18th arrondissement, with the spire of Notre Dame de Clignancourt behind it and a sea of houses stretching to the edge of the frame. The photograph was presumably meant to bear a title such as ...
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