Everyone will always have Paris everywhere.
In 2012 I spent two weeks visiting different towns around the US called Paris (there are approximately two dozen in total) to get a sense of what Americans thought about the French. The result was the TMN series "Our French Connection" and an e-book of the same name.
Yesterday, I was pleasantly surprised to learn that a Parisian photographer was apparently inspired by the story (it later got translated and republished in the French magazine Feuilleton) and set about trying to approach the story visually—ultimately by comparing shots of the real Paris with photographs of Tianducheng, in China’s Zhejiang Province, where about 2,000 people live in a Paris replica, many of them working in a nearby France-themed amusement park.
Images on the left are from China, images on the right are from France, all copyright François Prost. Fantastic stuff.