The Closest historical monuments


The Pere Lachaise Cemetery

Père Lachaise is a haven of peace and greenery. It is home to many famous tombs: Chopin, Jim Morrison, The Fountain, Daudet, Sarah Bernhardt, Colette, Proust, Molière, Champollion, Edith Piaf ... In 1871, the cemetery became notorious through its Wall federated against which more than 2,000 fighters of the Commune were shot. Pere Lachaise is recognized as "a city of the dead in the heart of the city of the living" with its 44 hectares and 5,000 trees.


Place des Vosges

Place des Vosges one of the wonders of Paris, and the oldest monumental square in the capital (seventeenth century). All around you will find numerous cafes, shops, restaurants, antique shops, bookstores and music stores. It is above all a refreshing haven of peace and a good starting point for exploring the Marais and rue des Francs Bourgeois. Near the square are the Pompidou center (15 minutes), Bastille (10 minutes), Notre Dame (20 minutes).


Musées Picasso

he Picasso Museum is installed since 1985 in one of the largest mansions in the Marais, the Hotel Sale. It maintains a unique collection of the master (paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints, ceramics ...) from throughout his career and his personal collection (primitive art, paintings by Cezanne, from Rousseau, Matisse, Braque, Balthus ...).


Opéra Bastille

The Bastille Opera was built to commemorate the bicentennial of the storming of the Bastille in 1789, and was also inaugurated exactly 13 July 1989. it is a very impressive work characterized by the transparency of the facades and the richness of the materials used. The Opera Bastille is now a prestigious venue and modern that helped rehabilitate the area and the Place de la Bastille, making it one of the most prestigious areas of Paris ...


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