Graffiti in the 13th Arrondissement

A little while back, I visited the 13th arrondissement of Paris. It is one of the most modern arrondissments of Paris with barely any old Parisian style buildings. Buildings are ultra modern and the area has a very contemporary feel. This arrondissement is also home to the Bibliothèque Nationale de France or National Library of France and Chinatown.

I took a stroll along the back streets near the Manga Café and found an area with heaps of graffiti. In fact, as I was walking past, a few teenage boys were adding their own art to the walls. I even spotted a kitten in there that looked exactly like the kitten I live with. The dumpsters, pots, walls, ceilings and even the trucks were covered in graffiti so I decided to take a few photos.

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