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Nothing Quite Like Paris In The Springtime, Especially In Black & White

Apr 22, 2014

It's hard to find an angle or season that doesn't suit Paris. And while the city is spectacular in color, it seems like the sort of place that's just meant to be photographed in black and white.

In a series called "Enjoy the Silence: Paris," photographer Vittorio Zunino Celotto gives us photographs that make us feel like we're viewing the city's most famous landmarks through a muted, haunting filter. Therefore, we give you Paris -- in black and white:

Musée du Louvre

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Notre Dame de Paris and Love Padlocks

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La Gare du Nord

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A glimpse of the Eiffel Tower

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Pyramid du Louvre

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Place Vendome

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The sweeping Seine River

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Another angle of the Louvre

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