PaperBoyo adore la ville, surtout Londres, mais il ne peut pas s'empêcher d'y ajouter son grain de sel. Et par grain de sel on entend augmenter la réalité grâce à des feutre et du carton découpé. C'est facile, tout le monde peut le faire, mais lui le fait très bien, à tel point que le guide Lonely Planet l'a repéré et qu'il voyage depuis au frais de la princesse pour aller photographier Stockholm, Paris ou Copenhague.

  1. Arc de Triomphe, Paris

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    Towards the end of WWI, France built a ‘Second Paris’ near the capital city to confuse German pilots. It was located near the town of Maisons-Laffitte, on a stretch of the River Seine. As well as replicas of iconic landmarks, including the Arc de Triomphe, it even had sham streets lined with electric lights so that from the sky it would look like a real city. Shot for #lpkids (@lonelyplanet's brand for little adventurers) #arcdetriomphe #lonelyplanet #instaart #paris #parisjetaime #parisian #topparisphoto #visitparis #parismaville #igersparis #loves_paris #igersfrance #citytrip #wanderlust #travel #adventure #passionpassport #instagram #travelandlife #intrepidtravel #adventureinstagoodmyphoto #guardiancities #guardiantravelsnaps #bestintravel #lego #paperart #loves_paris #champselysees #silhouette

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  2. Montmartre, Paris

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    Novelists James Joyce and Ernest Hemingway were drinking buddies in Paris- often picking fights on their drunken nights out. Famously, Hemingway took a urinal from his favourite bar in Paris and had it installed into his American abode, arguing that he had "pissed away" so much money into the urinal that he owned it #montmartre #basiliquedusacrecoeur #hemingway #karate #silhouette #instaart #paris #parisjetaime #parisian #topparisphoto #visitparis #parismaville @paris_tourisme #igersparis #loves_paris #igersfrance #instagram #forcedperspective #citytrip #wanderlust #travel #adventure #passionpassport #architecture #travelandlife #intrepidtravel #adventureinstagoodmyphoto #guardiancities #guardiantravelsnaps #bestintravel

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  3. Cirkelbroen, Copenhague

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    Copenhagen's Cirkelbroen being abducted by Aliens: Shot for #lpkids (@lonelyplanet's brand for little adventurers). In the distance behind the bridge is Tivoli, an amusement park commissioned by the King in 1843 so that the public could go amuse themselves and "think less about politics". Walt Disney visited Tivoli and felt inspired. Not long after he created Disneyland. #architecture #architecturelovers #copenhagen #cirkelbroen #københavn #københavnskommune #olufureliasson #cirkelbroencopenhagen #cirkelbro #scenography #copenhague #art #bridge #lpkids #lonelyplanet #copenhagen #denmark #kopenhagen #visitcopenhagen #VisitDenmark #somewhereincopenhagen #citytrip?#igerscopenhagen #wanderlust #travel #adventure #passionpassport #ufo #silhouette #paperart #craftsposure

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  4. La petite Sirène

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    The Little Mermaid taking a selfie; Shot for #lpkids (@lonelyplanet's brand for little adventurers). Hans Christian Anderson (who wrote the fairy tale) always took some unusual pieces of equipment with him when he travelled, including a rope in case a fire broke out and he was forced to escape through a window. Fortunately he never needed it #lonelyplanet #copenhagen #denmark #kopenhagen #visitcopenhagen #selfiestick #sea #paperart #sky #VisitDenmark #somewhereincopenhagen #citytrip #instaart #igerscopenhagen #wanderlust #travel #adventure #travelbreak #travelandlife #intrepidtravel?#bestintravel #passionpassport #disney #hanschristiananderson #thelittlemermaid #selfie #Denlillehavfrue #cutout #paper

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  5. Le Musée Maritime, Amsterdam

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    Shot for #lpkids (@lonelyplanet's brand for little adventurers) This is the impressive glass ceiling of the Maritime Museum. On the aquatic theme- Amsterdam was originally a fishing village, it took its name from the river Amstel and the dam that was built in 1220 to avoid floods from the Zuidersee entering the islands #lonelyplanet @lonelyplanet #lpkids #amsterdam #amsterdamcity #traveladdict #amstergram #citytrip #thankyouamsterdam #igersamsterdam #loves_amsterdam #awesomeamsterdam #iamsterdam #wanderlust #travelgram #instaphoto #travel #adventure #web #spider #maritimemusuem #silhouette #bluesky #instaart #holiday #holland #netherlands #hetscheepvaartmusuem #architecture #geefmijmaaramsterdam #amsterdamworld

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  6. De Gooyer, Amsterdam

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    Shot for #lpkids (@lonelyplanet's brand for little adventurers). This is De Gooyer, the tallest wooden mill in the Netherlands. Apart from in this game of noughts and crosses, all over Amsterdam you'll see 'XXX' (don't be cheeky now). It's actually from the Amsterdam coat of arms and either represents the cross that St Andrew was martyred on in the 1st century. Or it could symbolise the three kisses that Dutch people give when greeting #lonelyplanet @lonelyplanet #lpkids #amsterdam #amsterdamcity #traveladdict #amstergram #citytrip #thankyouamsterdam #igersamsterdam #loves_amsterdam #awesomeamsterdam #iamsterdam #wanderlust #travelgram #instaphoto #travel #adventure #game #windmill #degooyer #silhouette #bluesky #autumn #sunny #instaart #holiday #vacation #holland #netherlands #geefmijmaaramsterdam

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  7. Covent Garden à Londres

  8. Le London Eye, Londres

  9. Le Globe Ericsson, Stockholm (bon, là, faut être plusieurs)

  10. Big Ben, Londres

  11. Tower Bridge, Londres

  12. Le Louvre, Paris

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    Hi to the newbies- thanks for checking out my insta. Here's a new one from my trip to Paris at le weekend ?When the Mona Lisa was stolen from the Louvre, the museum shut down for nine days, the French bor­der was closed and all depart­ing ships and trains were searched. The mystery wasn't solved until two years later though, when the thief turned out to be Vin­cenzo Perug­gia, a car­pen­ter who had been working at the museum and knew all the exits and escape routes. Perug­gia had even helped build the glass case that the Mona Lisa was displayed in, so he knew how to get the paint­ing out. At closing time, he hid in a broom closet and then walked out an exit after dark hold­ing the Mona Lisa under his coat. Shot for #lpkids (@lonelyplanet's brand for little adventurers) #louvre #lonelyplanet #instaart #paris #parisjetaime #parisian #topparisphoto #visitparis #parismaville #igersparis #loves_paris #igersfrance #citytrip #wanderlust #travel #adventure #passionpassport #instagram #intrepidtravel #adventure #instagoodmyphoto #guardiancities #bestintravel #monalisa #paperart #loves_paris #art #silhouette #museum #davinci

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  13. Monument Valley, Arizona

  14. Tuscan town of San Gimignano, Italy

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    Ad| With a bit of imagination let’s pretend I’m in in the small Tuscan town of San Gimignano on a warm summer’s afternoon. Really, I’m in Stoke-On-Trent but stay with me…? ? Taking a break from walking the medieval streets I join the queue outside Gelateria Dondoli, home to Sergio Dondoli and Italy’s Best Gelato. I can hear Sergio joking around with the other customers as I get closer to the counter, he's known to be a bit of a showman, but I’m not laughing- a mild anxiety has kicked in as I begin the important decision of choosing a flavour. I change my mind three times in as many minutes but eventually I settle on one (I smirk as someone ahead of me orders vanilla. Fool). Then suddenly it’s my turn at the counter. My mind goes blank now I have a view of all the flavours. There must be about forty here, and there are combinations I’ve never heard like Biske Rata (white chocolate, pumpkin seed oil, cookies) and Champelmo (pink grapefruit and sparkling wine). Even the vanilla looks tempting. After inexplicably saying "ermmm" numerous times in quick succession I go into a trance and end up ordering all three flavours I kept changing my mind about. It’s too hard to choose and besides it is Italy’s Best Gelato afterall -coming here and only trying one flavour would be ridiculous. Plus I’ll be walking up Torre Grossa for the Tuscan views after this so those stairs will burn off the extra calories #BeMoreItalian #TravelToItaly @italiait

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  15. Cathédrale St Paul, Londres

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