Specifically, the residents of Rue Crémieux are demanding that Paris close their street to visitors on the evenings, during magic hour, and on weekends, the busiest times for Instagram users. “We sit down to eat and just outside we have people taking photos—rappers who take two hours to film a video right beneath the window, or bachelorette parties who scream for an hour.
Even though the row homes were built in the late 19th century to house construction workers, the street didn't get its pastel colors until some residents began giving their homes makeovers with pretty paint shades beginning in 1996, as City Lab notes.
Traveling to Paris? Read this before you plan your next photo shoot. https://t.co/yMFpF7CZK0— W magazine (@wmag) May 31, 2019