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Église St-Germain des Prés
Paris’ oldest standing church, the Romanesque St Germanus of the Fields, was built in the 11th century on the site of a 6th-century...
Musée National Eugène Delacroix
In a courtyard off a magnolia-shaded square, this was the romantic artist’s home and studio at the time of his death in 1863, and...
Les Deux Magots
If ever there were a cafe that summed up St-Germain des Prés’ early-20th-century literary scene, it’s this former hangout of anyone who...
Le Petit Zinc
Not a ‘little bar’, as its name would suggest, but a large, wonderful brasserie serving mountains of fresh seafood and other traditional...
8 place de Furstenberg, 6e · interesting places nearby
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Silverware, curtains, cutlery, tableware, linen and other quality home furnishings: this maze of a store with two entrances (you can also enter via 8 rue de l’Abbaye) is the place where moneyed Parisians shop for the household.