After two months of lockdown and a very unique International Workers’ Day, banners bearing political statements have popped up at windows and balconies. Our photo story takes you to the streets of Belleville, a neighborhood of Eastern Paris that has kept its rebellious panache intact despite the restrictions implemented to spread the curb of Covid-19.
A pair of foxes and their four cubs have been spotted in the most famous Parisian cemetery, a verdant haven that has never been as peaceful as in this time of confinement.
Across the capital, museums, art galleries and concert venues have closed their doors to the public due to the current lockdown. This hasn’t stop them from showcasing their collections virtually — a perfect occasion to discover local and international artists while staying at home!
Are you looking for ways to help those who need it most during this crisis? In order to support healthcare workers whose daily lives are particularly impacted by the confinement and to provide assistance to the most isolated and destitute members of our communities, here are some initiatives to help for the residents of Eastern Paris.