Georges Danton Statue
On Carrefour de l’Odéon, a statue of Georges Danton, a leader of the Revolution and later one of its guillotined victims, stands head...
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Le Comptoir du Relais
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4 Carrefour de l’Odéon, 6e · interesting places nearby
Les Éditeurs information
A hybrid cafe, restaurant, library (there are more than 5000 books on hand), bar and salon de thé, Les Éditeurs’ floor-to-ceiling windows make it a great place to watch the Germanopratin (yes, there is an adjective for St-Germain des Prés) goings-on. Weekend brunch (11am to 5pm; €26), with fresh-squeezed juices and bourbon-vanilla panna cotta, is big here.
Outside, a statue of Georges Danton , a leader of the Revolution and later one of its guillotined victims, stands head intact.