P1090327 Street of the Fishing Cat
If what differentiates an alley from a street is that house facades face the street, while their back sides face an alley, then I think the Street of the Fishing Cat (Rue du chat qui peche) is a proper street, not an alley. This photo shows that there are front entrances, windows and balconies looking out into the Street of the Fishing Cat. The angle is awkward, because I was trying to get the whole street in the frame, as opposed to focusing on just one door or window; but the viewer can get the idea.
This is allegedly the narrowest street in Paris. It is in the Latin Quarter, one of the oldest neighborhoods in Paris.
My blog posts about Paris:
Automated, nanny-state bathrooms.
Panhandling and languages.
Mandatory post about food in Paris
Fast food in Paris: an oxymoron
A rushed tour of Paris famous tourist points
Paris tour continues: Monmartre
Getting almost stuck in a transportation strike.
Or see all my blog posts about Paris in one page.