“The Art of Flaneuring” Offers a Modern Take on Being a Flâneur or Flâneuse – Frenchly

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We’ve all heard the ballad of aimlessly meandering the streets of Paris only for the sake of getting lost in the historic city; this is also known as flâner, or “wandering with intention,” which becomes the noun flâneur. Charles Baudelaire first wrote about the mystical creature in the 1860s, followed by an array of writers including […]

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