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Instagram drives tourism. We could have told the Frenchies that. Sounds like they have bigger problems over there right now.

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Yet another public space is finding itself loved to death by the onslaught of Instagrammers. Residents of Paris’ Rue Crémieux, a car-less cobblestone street lined with pastel-colored homes, this week are demanding that the city install gates on both ends of the road to block visitors on weekends and evenings. As reported by City Lab, residents say their small, picturesque street has become overrun with tourists during those hours, who, they claim, don’t just come to quietly to admire the location, but cause a ruckus while they’re there.

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