Paris, which is not in the travel guide
Why just sit and discuss literature, “decided two Ukrainians – Maryana Gavak and Elena Yashchuk-Codé, who live in Paris, and organized Literary Walks. This is a project when the capital of France itself becomes a big book, telling about the artists associated with it Among them, by the way, there are Ukrainian ones as well. The organizers dedicated a separate series to them, “Ukrainian Paris.” More about the project and its opening in an interview.
“FACADES ARE NOT SILENT”
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