During the two years I lived next to the Père-Lachaise cemetery, I went there only a dozen times, without dwelling on its famous burials. I preferred to wander in his many alleys and get lost, literally, as through the neighborhoods of a vast silent city. And then, very quickly, the female statuary intrigued me. www.jcmarguerite.com...
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