Shared telephone booth in Rue Doudeauville. Local residents rely on shared phones to contact relatives in their origin countries.
by João Bolan
La Goutte d'Or - located in the 18th arrondissement of the Parisian metropolitan area - is home to a large population of migrants from African and Arab origin. In this neighborhood, countries that were once European colonies have their customs and cultures represented by their own people.
It has led to one of the most multicultural environments in the French capital.
Youngster walks down Rue de Tombouctou.
Traditional street market at Rue Dejean.
Shop for traditional African fabrics at Rue Poulet.
Traditional meeting point on Boulevard de La Chapelle.
Indian woman walks by shops on Rue Marx Dormoy.
Women negotiate apparel goods in Rue des Poissonnieres.
African woman in traditional dress waits to cross Rue Marx Dormoy.
Men discussing at a classical parisian cafe on Place de La Chapelle.