Nuit Blanche: Les bélvedères
Mairie de Paris
Following the line of the Seine, festival director Laurent Le Bon will open up unexpected vistas over the city through his 'Bélvedères'. Usually inaccessible viewpoints, terraces and rooftops across Paris will be open to the public, ranging from the 9th floor of the Institut du Monde Arabe and the 24th floor of the Zamansky Tower at the Université Pierre et Marie Curie in the 5th, to the 18th floor of the National Library of France in the 13th.
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