https://www.theguardian.com/world/2...balkany-given-jail-terms-for-money-laundering After reading this article I looked for the town/ local authority area on Google maps It's just to the top left of "real" Paris with part of the area bordering a specific meander of the Seine I have visited Paris perhaps 5 or 6 times, always exceedingly briefly. Three days was the very longest; not IN Paris but close by. On the RER. I am aware that Paris is exceedingly small by contemporary European urban standards. Put another way, Paris and/ or the French state has chosen not to include any of the massive sprawl within redrawn city limits. Unlike London; around 1972/3 (?) Radcliffe-Maude(?) So that lots of areas which are really in Paris pretend not to be. (And in fact legally are not) As a result, there is a mish mash around the city. Which I for one find hard to fathom. Any takers?