There can be no peace of mind in love, since what one has obtained is never anything but a new starting-point for further desires.
The Church of St. Jacques in Illiers-Combray
View of the steeples of St. Jacques.
Panoramic view of The Church of St. Jacques with village buildings.
Le Loir river with waterlilies running through Illiers-Combray.
Another view of Le Loir in Illiers-Combray.
Gate to the Précatelan in Illiers-Combray
Tante Léonie house in Illiers-Combray. It is now the Musée Marcel Proust.
Panoramic view of the Tante Léonie House.
Tante Léonie House from a different angle.
Vertical shot of Tante Léonie House.
Medieval Fortress in Illiers-Combray.
The Church of St. Jacques in Illiers-Combray.
The Proust Room in the Grand Hotel of Cabourg.
Vertical shot of Proust room.
102 Boulevard Haussmann.
Marcel Proust plaque at 102 Boulevard Haussmann.
Proust plaque at 44 rue Hamelin. Proust lived here from October 1919 until his death on the 18th of November in 1922.
Rue la Pérouse. This is where Odette de Crécy lived in Proust's novel.
Allée Marcel Proust on the Champs-Elysées.
Statue in the Parc Monceau where Proust played as a child.
Close up of the plaque at 44 rue Hamelin, where Proust spent his last years.
The toilettes on the Champs-Elysées which still remains from Proust's era.
Another view of the toilettes.