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黄昏时分的亚历山大三世桥,巴黎,法国 Pont Alexandre III at twilight, Paris, France (© Sizun Eye/Getty Images)

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黄昏时分的亚历大三世巴黎法国 Pont Alexandre III at twilight, Paris, France (© Sizun Eye/Getty Images)

在飞马珀伽索斯的守望之下 Under the watch of Pegasus

亚历山大三世桥,法国巴黎

一觉睡醒,身在巴黎,听起来很有皇家风范,是不是?今天,透过屏幕,您看到的是暮色中的亚历山大三世桥。这座拱形大桥横跨塞纳,于1900年亮相。为纪念1891年俄法同盟的建立,这座桥以俄国沙皇亚历山大三世的名字命名。两座56英尺高的塔分别坐落在河的两岸,顶上是飞马珀伽索斯的镀金青铜雕塑,彰显了这一事件的崇高地位。站在桥中央,你可以欣赏到河两侧的美景,一边是浪漫花园和荣军院广场,另一边是巴黎大皇宫和小皇宫博物馆

Pont Alexandre III, Paris, France

The 'golden hour' just before sunset is the perfect time to take in views of Paris' most ornate bridge, the Pont Alexandre III. Arching over the Seine, the bridge was opened in 1900 and named after a Russian tsar, celebrating a new alliance between the two countries. Befitting the nobility of the event, two 56-foot columns sit on each bank of the river, crowned with gilt-bronze sculptures of the winged horse Pegasus. From the center of the bridge, standing above reliefs decorated with nymphs and beneath Art Nouveau-style lamps, you can admire some famous Parisian monuments. Views include the Esplanade des Invalides, the Grand Palais and Petit Palais museums, and the Eiffel Tower.

卡鲁塞尔凯旋门和卢浮宫金字塔,巴黎,法国 Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel and Louvre Pyramid, Paris, France (© Jon Hicks/Getty Images)

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卡鲁塞尔凯旋门卢浮宫金字塔巴黎法国 Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel and Louvre Pyramid, Paris, France (© Jon Hicks/Getty Images)

凯旋的姿态 A triumphant pose

卡鲁塞尔凯旋门和卢浮宫金字塔

巴黎有一条历史中轴线,以卢浮宫博物馆为起点,一直延伸到新凯旋门,沿线是大片公园花园和历史建筑。今天这张照片展示的卡鲁赛尔凯旋门就在这条轴线上。不过,千万不要把这个拱门和历史轴线中心的雄狮凯旋门混淆哦。你可以从这个拱门出发,经过杜伊勒里园,沿着香榭丽舍大街到凯旋门。另外,如果照片左侧的雕像吸引了你的注意力的话,和马背上的国王路易十四打声招呼吧。

Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel and the Louvre Pyramid

Paris features an impressive stretch of parks, gardens, and monuments called the Axe historique, or historical axis, that starts at the Louvre Museum, in the city center, and extends west, ending at La Grande Arche. Today's image shows the Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel at the eastern end of the route, with the embodiment of Peace riding a chariot atop it. It shouldn't be confused with the better-known and much larger Arc de Triomphe de l'Étoile, which stands 2 miles away, halfway along the Axe historique. It's a lovely walk from one to the other, through the Jardin Des Tuileries and along the famous Avenue des Champs-Élysées. If the statue on the left side of the photo caught your eye, wave hello to King Louis XIV on horseback.

塞纳河,巴黎,法国 River Seine, Paris, France (© StockByM/Getty Images)

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塞纳巴黎法国 River Seine, Paris, France (© StockByM/Getty Images)

一座承载历史的 A bridge that holds up history

塞纳河上的桥,巴黎,法国

塞纳河流经法国巴黎,对这座古城的历史有着非比寻常的意义。公元前3世纪,一个名为帕里西人的凯尔特部落决定定居在塞纳河两岸之间的一座屿,即如今的西岱岛。在接下来的数个世纪里,塞纳河在巴黎发展成为全球商业和文化中心的过程中发挥了重要作用。

塞纳河穿过巴黎的河道十分辽阔,许多桥梁都横跨其间。巴黎共有37座普通桥梁和步行桥连接着城市的左右两岸。图中的映衬着落日的阿尔科勒桥在巴黎人心中占据着历史性地位,因为它在1944年为勒克莱尔将军解放巴黎的坦克提供了通道。

Pont d'Arcole over the Seine river, Paris, France

Welcome to Paris, France’s ancient capital city, through which flows one of the country’s longest rivers, the Seine. Human habitation here dates back to at least the 3rd century BCE, when a Gallic tribe called the Parisii settled on an island in the middle of the river. Today, that island is known as the Île de la Cité, seen on the left of our photo, and is home to Notre-Dame cathedral, as well as other striking buildings such as the medieval Conciergerie, pictured here.

It is linked to the Place de l'Hôtel-de-Ville by the Pont d’Arcole, one of 37 bridges connecting the city’s left and right banks. The Pont d’Arcole was built in the 1850s and holds a special place in Parisiennes’ hearts. In 1944, it supported General Jacques-Philippe Leclerc's tanks on their way to liberate Paris.

巴黎, 法国 Paris, France (© somchaij/Shutterstock)

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巴黎, 法国 Paris, France (© somchaij/Shutterstock)

这个景色不是很迷人吗? Isn't this view mesmerizing?

巴黎的灯光

随着暮色的消逝,巴黎城亮了起来。街道和建筑物沐浴在阳中,还有一些宏伟的纪念碑,如荣军院,如今天的照片所示。在国王路易十四统治期间,他要求在整个城市安装街灯,这样警察就可以很容易地抓住违法者,确保他们不会躲在黑暗的小巷里。当地人还被要求在窗户上挂起灯笼、油灯和蜡烛。

今天,光之城是寻求博物馆、美食和浪漫环境的旅行者的理想目的地。这座城市有很多历史可以提供,包括花园、纪念碑、地下墓穴等,还有很多关于丰富的法国和巴黎文化的籍。

The lights of Paris

As twilight fades, the city of Paris lights up. Streets and buildings are bathed in light as well as grand monuments such as the Dôme des Invalides, seen in today's image. During his reign, King Louis XIV asked for streetlights to be erected throughout the city so that the police could catch lawbreakers easily, ensuring no dark alleys where they could hide. The locals were also asked to put up lanterns, and oil lamps, and lit candles on their windows.

Today, the City of Light is a dream destination for travelers who seek out museums, cuisine, and a romantic setting. The city has a lot of history to offer in the form of gardens, monuments, catacombs, and more, with volumes to be learned about the rich French and Parisian culture.

老佛爷百货公司的圣诞树, 法国巴黎 Christmas tree of the Galeries Lafayette in Paris, France (© Geoffroy Van der Hasselt/AFP via Getty Images)

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老佛爷百货公司的圣诞, 法国巴黎 Christmas tree of the Galeries Lafayette in Paris, France (© Geoffroy Van der Hasselt/AFP via Getty Images)

之城的光之季 Season of light in the City of Light

巴黎老佛爷百货公司

巴黎的老佛爷百货无疑是任何一个城市中最宏伟的商店之一。它不仅是一个购物的地方,也是光之城最受欢迎的目的地。在百货公司日渐衰落,整个零售业也在发生变化的时候,Galerie依然坚守着。它在金融危机、战争和现在的互联网中幸存了下来,仍然是巴黎生活中值得庆祝的一部分。像纽约的梅西百货或洛克菲勒中心一样,老佛爷百货是假日的代名词。每逢假日,商店的招牌彩色玻璃圆顶下都会装饰一棵巨大的杉树,这是巴黎人世代以来一直信奉的圣诞庆祝仪式。

Galeries Lafayette, Paris

Surely one of the grandest stores found in any city is the Galeries Lafayette in Paris. It's not just a place to shop but a destination as popular as any in the City of Light. At a time when department stores are fading and the entire retail industry is shifting, the Galerie holds fast. It has survived financial crises, wars, and now the internet, remaining a celebrated part of life in Paris. Like Macy's or Rockefeller Center in New York, the Galeries Lafayette is synonymous with the holidays. A giant fir is decorated every holiday season under the store's signature stained glass dome—a ritual of Christmas cheer that Parisians have embraced for generations.

2021年9月24日,克里斯托和Jeanne Claude在凯旋门追寻遗迹, 法国巴黎 Arc de Triomphe wrapped in posthumous art installation by Christo and Jeanne-Claude on September 24, 2021, in Paris, France (© Bruno de HOGUES/Getty Images)

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Arc de Triomphe wrapped in posthumous art installation by Christo and Jeanne-Claude on September 24, 2021, in Paris, France  2021年9月24日,克里斯托和Jeanne Claude在凯旋门追寻遗迹, 法国巴黎 (© Bruno de HOGUES/Getty Images)

An icon is 'Wrapped' 图标被“包装”

World Art Day

To celebrate World Art Day, we're taking a look at one of the greatest triumphs (pun intended) of public art—last fall's 'L'Arc de Triomphe, Wrapped,' by the late artists Christo and wife Jeanne-Claude. Completed and staged 16 months after Christo's death at age 84, 'Wrapped' was the fruition of an idea 60 years in the making. On view for 16 days from Saturday, September 18 to Sunday, October 3, 2021, the project required 269,000 square feet of recyclable silvery-blue polypropylene fabric that completely covered the monument. The fabric glistened and glimmered with the changing light of Paris. The pleated fabric was held fast to the arch by nearly two miles of red rope.

Over the decades, Christo and artistic partner Jeanne-Claude created several large-scale installations at famous landmarks around the world, using fabric in tandem with landscapes and structures like Berlin's Reichstag and New York's Central Park.

World Art Day was declared by the International Association of Art, a UNESCO partner, as an international celebration of the fine arts, and to promote awareness of creative activity all over the world. It is celebrated every April 15, which also aptly marks the birthday of Leonardo da Vinci, the embodiment of creativity.

世界艺术

为了庆祝世界艺术日,我们来看看去年秋天由已故艺术家克里斯托和妻子珍妮·克劳德(Jeanne Claude)创作的《凯旋门》(L’Arc de Triomphe,Wrapped),这是公共艺术最伟大的成就之一(双关语)。在克里斯托84岁去世16个月后完成并上演的《包裹》是一个酝酿了60年的创意的成果。从星期六,9月18日至星期日,2021年10月3日的16天,项目需要269000平方英尺的可回收银蓝色聚丙烯织物,完全覆盖了纪念碑。织物在巴黎不断变化的线下闪闪发光。褶皱的布料被将近两英里长的红绳牢牢地固定在拱门上。

几十年来,克里斯托和艺术合作伙伴珍妮·克劳德在世界各地著名的地标建筑创作了几部大型装置作品,将织物与柏林国会大厦和纽约中央公园等景观和建筑相结合。

联合国教科文组织的合作伙伴国际艺术协会宣布世界艺术日为国际性的艺术庆典,旨在促进全世界对创意活动的认识。每年4月15日都会庆祝它,这也恰如其分地标志着创造力的化身莱昂纳多·达芬奇的生日。

埃菲尔铁塔,法国巴黎 Eiffel Tower in Paris, France (© Susanne Kremer/eStock Photo)

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埃菲尔铁塔法国巴黎 Eiffel Tower in Paris, France (© Susanne Kremer/eStock Photo)

与铁娘子一起庆祝新的一年 Celebrate another year with The Iron Lady

Eiffel Tower, France

Locally, it's called 'La dame de fer,' which translates to English as 'The Iron Lady.' To the rest of the world, it's the Eiffel Tower, a landmark nearly synonymous with all things Parisian. It's one of the most recognizable structures in the world and the most visited monument with an entrance fee. The Eiffel Tower took 500 workers two years, two months and five days to complete. It stands at 1,063 feet tall, an amazing achievement for a time when structures of this size were unheard of. For that, we're joining the world in celebrating the Tower's 133rd birthday.

Depending on the temperature, the Eiffel Tower can actually shrink by about seven inches. On a particularly windy day, if you look closely, maybe you'll notice of the natural swaying movement near the top. That wind also gets collected by turbines on the second level which convert it into electricity for the tower's shops and restaurants. There's also a rainwater collection system that's used for the toilet tanks. The Eiffel Tower gets a fresh paint job roughly every seven years. Originally it was dark red, then yellow, but has been 'Eiffel Tower Brown' for the past 54 years. It takes around 16,000 gallons of paint to get the job done.

法国埃菲尔铁塔

在当地,它被称为“La dame de fer”,英文翻译为“铁娘子”对世界其他地方来说,这就是埃菲尔铁塔,一个几乎与巴黎所有事物同义的地标。它是世界上最知名的建筑之一,也是参观人数最多的纪念碑,只需交纳入场费。埃菲尔铁塔了500名工人两年零两个月零五天建成。它有1063英尺高,在这种规模的建筑闻所未闻的时候,这是一个惊人的成就。为此,我们将与全世界一起庆祝塔楼的133岁生日。

根据温度的不同,埃菲尔铁塔实际上可以收缩约7英寸。在风特别大的日子,如果你仔细观察,也许你会注意到顶部附近的自然摆动。第二层的涡轮机也会收集这些风,并将其转化为电能,供大楼的商店和餐厅使用。还有一个用于马桶水箱的雨水收集系统。埃菲尔铁塔大约每七年重新粉刷一次。最初是深红色,然后是黄色,但在过去54年里一直是“埃菲尔铁塔棕色”。完成这项工作需要大约16000加仑的油漆。

巴黎的先贤祠,法国 The Panthéon in Paris, France (© manjik/Shutterstock)

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巴黎先贤祠法国 The Panthéon in Paris, France (© manjik/Shutterstock)

Under Paris skies

For Bastille Day, aka French National Day, we examine not the titular prison that was the site of beginning of the French Revolution, but another building inexorably wrapped up in that powder-keg moment of French history. That dome in the upper right portion of this photo is the Panthéon. Construction of the building—intended to be a church—began in 1758. But by the time it was completed, the French Revolution was in full swing and the new establishment decided that it should instead be used as a mausoleum for distinguished French citizens, which it remains today.

秋日里通往卢浮宫的杜乐丽花园,法国巴黎 Jardin des Tuileries in autumn leading to the Louvre Museum in Paris, France (© Brian A. Jackson/Getty Images Plus)

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日里通往卢浮宫的杜乐丽花园法国巴黎 Jardin des Tuileries in autumn leading to the Louvre Museum in Paris, France (© Brian A. Jackson/Getty Images Plus)

Paris is photo-ready this week

Today we're featuring an image of the Jardin des Tuileries and the Louvre to highlight the Paris Photo art fair happening through Sunday at the historic Grand Palais. Paris Photo is the world's largest art fair dedicated to photography. Since 1997, the mission of the fair has been 'to promote and nurture photographic creation and the galleries, publishers, and artists at its source.' Starting today around 200 exhibitors, leading galleries, and specialty publishers, along with Parisian cultural institutions, will give visitors a unique look at both historical and contemporary photographic works of art.

Peloton during the 2018 Tour de France in Valence, France © Justin Setterfield/Getty Images

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Peloton during the 2018 Tour de France in Valence, France © Justin Setterfield/Getty Images

Racers pushing past sunflowers in the 2018 Tour de France

Cyclists have been competing in this prestigious, multi-stage race since 1903. The route is changed every year but always includes a mix of terrains and elevations, mostly in France. Originally conceived as a promotion for a newspaper, the Tour is now a worldwide sporting event that draws billions of viewers each year, making it more popular than the Super Bowl. Here, competitors are biking alongside the summertime sunflowers of southern France that are in full bloom during the race each year. This scenic image is a foil to the grueling duration of the race, which covers more than 2,000 miles over a 23-day span. Although athletes are organized into teams, the individual who completes the strenuous course in the overall shortest amount of time wins and gets a cash prize often shared with teammates. This year's race starts in Belgium and will pedal past the iconic sunflowers around stage 16 before coming to a stop in Paris.