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Trip Report Visiting the Paris sewers

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People often wonder whether or not this is an interesting (or even bearable) visit when they start looking for "different" things to do in Paris.

Well, I went there yesterday (on a sudden whim as I happened to be right there next to the entrance) for the first time since 1971. It is certainly different and quite educational, but it is definitely not for everybody.

So here is the little report that I made which will exempt most of you from ever having to go but which might inspire the engineers and architects among you to take a closer look at it all:

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