Paris...à pied, les yeux ouverts, le nez en l'air
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In the 1830s, glass began to be used  so as to let more light in through fan-lights or windows protected by cheaply manufactured cast iron lattices; the latter are often designed to keep out prying eyes but blurring the notion of privacy.