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On each visit to Paris I make a point of coming to this charming square with its harmony and splendid architecture, plus that great tree. Very upscale neighborhood so you can have a very good meal here.
Full of Graces.
All is Art in this special place just some few meters from the bd st germain in the heart of the real St germain des pres.
I love the vibes here.
Lots of designers there and around and fantastic art...More
Every time we come to Paris, we always make sure to stop at place Furstemberg (yes, the spelling in the heading is incorrect), a little gem of a square sandwiched between rue Jacob and rue de l'Abbaye, in the 6th arrondissement, on the Left Bank,...More
This little square makes my heart beat faster. It is so romantic. Home to the Delacroix Museum, his home and studio. But also just a picture-perfect corner in old Paris, quiet and beautiful with a sweet tree in the center, like a cherry on top...More
Lovely Place de Furstenberg is a circle in narrow Rue de Furstenberg that features four towering pawlonia trees and an unusual street light with five white globes for illumination at night. Small shops flank the square.The street and its square were built through a former...More
Paris is a city, yes. And Saint-Germain is no small district. But time and again I’ve always stumbled upon quiet squares and enclaves that is both romantic and charming. One of it is Rue de Furstenberg which was an amazing hidden gem that is miles...More
The Place Furstenberg is located in the 6eme arrondissement. Famous for the fact that Delacroix used to live on this street. Close to the activities of Saint Germain, but secluded enough to have a lovely peace and tranquility around it. Small shops, a few cafes,...More
This is a quiet square, with a beautiful lampost in the center, flanked by charming old Parisian shops on the sides. You feel like you have gone back in time to 19th century Paris when you stand under the shady trees in this square. I...More
I love this charming small "place" in Paris. Very quite and calm. It was made fmous, I guess, by Scorcese's movie "The Age of Innocence". We noticed a young girl being photographed "street style". My daughter who lives in Paris tells me young models-to be...More