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 Brassai, Pont Neuf, Paris


This is a commercial print, available from Signals or art.com.
Pont Neuf is the oldest bridge still standing in Paris, although the name means "new bridge."  It was built in a then-radical
design, intended purely for crossing the river, and not having any buildings along the sides, which all previous bridges had.
Pont Neuf connects the Ile de la Cite with the Right Bank.