The French term 'Flâneur' refers to the 'wanderer', the 'stroller' in the City – the 'observer', in one sense and the 'voyeur', in another – one who 'walks the City in order to experience it' (Charles Baudelaire). The Flaneurbanite documents the stories by this modern day act of flânerie – curious, covert, yet candid, she walks the City and tells the stories – the many legends, big and small, told and untold, hidden under its many layers.
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