"For reasons that may never be known, maybe just by chance, the November 13 attacks in #Paris skipped over the shops, outdoor cafes and theaters along Rue Jean-Pierre Timbaud. The street — not far from the Bataclan theater and the the Café Bonne Bière, where 5 died — is the essence of what the terrorists were targeting: civic pluralism and street life. With its bobo bars toward one end and Muslim enclave at the other, Rue Jean-Pierre Timbaud is a meeting place for a mix of Parisians. It's Paris in a nutshell. The @nytimes staff photographer Tyler Hicks wandered Rue Jean-Pierre Timbaud while on #nytassignment. Visit the link in our profile to see more photos." By nytimes on Instagram.
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