There is a Paris, it seems, in every region. You can find a “Paris of the East” in Shanghai, Bucharest, Kabul or Pondicherry, and a “Paris of the North” in Copenhagen, Warsaw and Riga. Across the Atlantic, Paris has been found in Havana (“Paris of the Caribbean”), Detroit (“Paris of the Midwest”), Kansas City (“Paris of the Plains”) and Montreal (“Paris of the New World”). In 1943, when trying to entice Franklin D. Roosevelt to accompany him to Marrakech following a Casablanca This story is from Kinfolk Issue Forty-One Buy Now Related Stories Arts & Culture Issue 30 Cult Rooms: Galerie Maeght Galerie Maeght: The shape-shifting gallery where the greatest generation of French artists got its start. Arts & Culture Issue 29 In Praise of Cliché Don’t cry over spilled milk. Every aphorism has a silver lining. Arts & Culture Issue 27 Day in The Life: Ramdane Touhami Once homeless on the streets of Paris, entrepreneur Ramdane Touhami now presides over some of the city’s finest addresses with his beauty empire. Arts & Culture Plantes Parisiennes A photo essay by Parisian photographer Romain Laprade, depicting the overlooked plant life of the French capital. Arts & Culture A Weekend in Paris with Tony Cederteg A Stockholm transplant to Paris, art director, designer and publisher Tony Cederteg shares his tips on what to do on a weekend in the French capital. Arts & Culture Issue 23 Weekend Agendas: Six Cities Creatives from six different cities tell the tales of their weekend adventures.