Life along the Seine: Diving into one of the world’s most romantic rivers
24 August 2023 | 3:56 pm
Life along the Seine: Diving into one of the world's most romantic rivers. The Seine is literally the center of life in Paris, flowing right through the heart of the capital. Considered one of the most romantic rivers in the world, the Seine is overflowing with history and is a great way to discover the city of light.
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