This photo was taken near the B & B hotel where we stayed, but there were many African residents around the nearest station.
That's why my friend and I enjoyed exotic cuisine at a restaurant along the wide street in this photo.
The first impression of Paris on this trip was that Paris was an unexpected multi-ethnic city.
This may be the result of an increase in the number of immigrants from North African countries, which used to be colonies, and from the former Eastern European countries following the fall of the Berlin Wall on November 9, 1989.
Furthermore, compared to Quebec, Canada, which was a former French colony, I think that Quebec maintains a higher purity of France than Paris in terms of race, culture, language, cuisine, etc. thought.
This is my impression compared to my visit to Quebec in 1986.