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Residents of Rue Cremieux, a cobblestone street lined with pastel-colored houses in the 12th arrondissement in Paris, have a problem: the Instagrammers have taken over.

On Thursday, the BBC reported that Parisians who live on Rue Cremieux have asked Paris’ city council to erect a gate blocking off access to their street at peak hours. Apparently, the quaint block has become such a hot spot for travelers, influencers, or anyone else in pursuit of the perfect ‘gram, that residents have gotten fed up.

“We sit down to eat and just outside we have people taking photos, rappers who take two hours to film a video right beneath the window, or bachelorette parties who scream for an hour,” one resident told France Info (via the BBC). “Frankly, it’s exhausting.” Read more…

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