Dream of Paris city of lights

They are said on the city of lights:
1-Being a Parisian is not to be born in Paris, it is to be born again “
(Sacha Guitry)
2- “Paris is the only city in the world where starving is still considered an art.”
(Carlos Ruiz Zafón)
3- “Paris will always be Paris. What do you want him to do?”
(Fréderic Dard)
“The being who does not come to Paris often will never be completely elegant.”
4- “Driving in Paris is a matter of vocabulary”
(Michel Audiard)
5- “Driving in Paris is a matter of vocabulary”
(Michel Audiard)
6- “The true Parisian does not love Paris, but he can not live elsewhere”
(Alphonse Karr)
7- “In Paris, everyone wants to be an actor, no one resigns himself to being a spectator”
(Jean Cocteau)
8- “Paris is a populated solitude. A provincial town is a desert without solitude”
(François Mauriac)
9- “France without Paris is like a gigot without mustard”
(Pierre Perret)
 Not to be able to do without Paris, a mark of stupidity; No longer love it sign of decadence “
(Gustave Flaubert)
“People are always surprised that you do not leave Paris in the summer, not understanding that it is precisely because they leave it that you stay there”
(Henry de Montherlant)
“For the Parisians, an egg is already a zoo!”
Jean Marie Gourio
“Paris is very small for those who love such a great love.”
(Jacques Prevert)
“When I come to Paris, it seems to me that I enter an insane asylum where the guards themselves would be mad.”
(André Billy)
“In New York taxis are yellow, in London they are black and in Paris they are cons”
(Fréderic Beigbeder)
“The best Americans die in Paris”
(Oscar Wilde)
“If you were lucky enough to have lived in Paris when you were a young man, then, wherever you go for the rest of your life, she stays with you, Paris is a party”
(Ernest Hemmingway)
“There is, between London and Paris, the difference that Paris is made for foreigners and London for Englishmen. England has built London for her own use, France has built Paris for the whole world.”
(Ralph Waldo Emerson)
“When Paris feels snotty, it’s the whole of France that blows.”
(Marcel Aymé)
“Paris is well worth a Mass!”
(Henry IV)

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