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The Peculiar Poetry of Paris’s Lost and Found

Nadja Spiegelman writes about Paris’s two-hundred-year-old Bureau of Found Objects, one of Europe’s largest centralized lost and founds.
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Embed from Getty Images When the French Revolution abolished feudalism, one of the new rights of citizens was the right to own possessions. They've taken this right very seriously ever since, unlike the Anglo-Saxon "finders keepers"...

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