Thursday, May 7, 2009

My neighbourhood : rue Ligner


The rue (street) Ligner is a typical 20th arrondissement street, narrow, green and with mixed types of buildings. This street has a shape of its own, like a horseshoe starting and ending on the rue de Bagnolet. I like just wandering in this kind of streets which are to me a great part of Paris. In my "arrondissement", the 20th, you can also find a lot of "dead end" little streets looking like this one with a lot of green.

7 comments:

Vogon Poet said...

I checked this one on a map: it is practically within the borders of Père Lachaise.
Very nice street in an arrondissement to be discovered.

Sally said...

It is just gorgeous - I have only been to the 20th once, to Pere Lachaise. Hope to explore further one day.

Yes, a lot of the landscape is still green in Sydney - we mostly have evergreen trees, with only afew deciduouse, and it never really gets cold enough for things to die off. Ther eis always flowers even in mid-winter! (average temperature during daytime in winter is about 16 degrees), and at the moment is still 20-22, in that range.

My pics were taken about 2 weeks ago.

magiceye said...

love it! looks so laidback and relaxed!!

m_m said...

Lovely street! I like such narrow alleys - they are charming:)

Jill said...

How lovely. I can see why you like strolling here.

Karen said...

I like your theme this week. What a delightful place to live. I envy you.
I will explore your area on my next visit.

henny said...

I was wandering my neighborhood two weeks ago got surprised of how much I found in those narrow, hilly, old, dead-end streets. I think I know how you feel.
PS: what about your missing photo?