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Rue Simon Lefranc is a thousand years old, but the hotel dates from the 18th century. Hence the character of the buildings which the owners have restored while respecting the beauty of the past, preserving exposed beams and stones, the vaulted cellar, an ancient...
One of the oldest squares in Paris and a place of infinite charm. Designed in the 17th century, on a square plan, it is lined with charming brick buildings with tall windows and steep slate roofs. Today, the square is a public garden where pushchairs and footballs share the lawn with local residents and admiring tourists.