Le Jardin des Rosiers - Joseph-Miguere, Paris

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  • June 12, 2017
    This garden, which bears the name of "garden of roses, Joseph Migneret (it would be nice if Tripadvisor corrects the name of this institution which is wrong) is located in the swamp in the middle of Hotels individuals of the 17 th century." It is in two parts, one open in 2007 behind the historic Hotel of Coulanges, become 'House of Europe'. Its Hall, accessible to the No. 35 of the street of Francs Bourgeois, can normally access the garden. But during my visit this access was closed. This garden is made up of a large central lawn planted with row of trees, surrounded by a driveway lined with plantations to hide the party walls, borders of pennisetum and is equipped with benches. Children's games are also on this space. The second, more recent part open in 2014, is located behind the Hotel d'Albret, built in the classical style in the 17th century. It houses the Direction of Cultural Affairs of Paris. This part also includes a space that serves as a liaison between the two gardens. It has a superb and big chestnut giving shading on a small place with benches to rest, where also a huge century-old fig tree. The last part of this garden located to the East, is side of the rear façade of the Hotel d'Albret. It includes a large space with plots planted with a shared garden, pears in espaliers, a space of relaxation with benches and a small lawn with the massive cut in a cone. There are also remarkable, Provence cannes, creepy ceanothes, orange trees of Mexico to the particularly fragrant blooms, dogwoods, etc this space is accessible by the rue des Rosiers, passing under a porch at no. 10. On the left as you enter, there is a part of medieval tower of the walls of Philippe Auguste, which dates from 1250, recently updated and renovated. Finally, this garden is also the name of Joseph Migneret, Director of the municipal school of the Hospitallers of Saint Gervais, near, in 1942, it has protected many Jewish children in the face of the nazis. A plaque is on the left when entering. Note that this garden is normally accessible by the street of Francs Bourgeois, but closed during the summer 2017. The best is to come by the rue des Rosiers, from the "Saint Paul" metro station line 1, then taking the paved Street, which starts from the Rivoli Street, up to the rue des Rosiers on the left. This garden, which I visited for the first time in June, is really a very nice haven, in this rather lively and noisy area. Spaces, yet in the middle of buildings, are nice and plantations usefully compliment the parts of this garden. The shared garden is also to do with its diversity of plantations and its corners of rest, particularly along the Hotel d'Albret. A must see if you go through this corner of the swamp!
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  • April 27, 2017
    It's not easy to find but worth the money. Nestled in the middle of mansions, it is a haven of peace in a very lively district. Unfortunately students come to smoke their morning before class to the sound of music at bottom to scare birds. SHAMEFUL
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  • March 20, 2017
    You can enter by the 10th of the rue des Rosiers. It consists of two parts, representing about 2000 m2. A large lawn is surrounded by benches where many Parisians come to lunch. There is a vegetable garden shared, dealt with the gardeners of the 4 th. Name: Joseph MIGNERET (and not Miguere) pays homage to a Director of a nearby school, who hid at home many Jewish students.
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  • July 21, 2017
    A most interesting public park, with a fabulous old fig tree. We felt like we were entering a secret domain only we knew about - obviously, it's quite easy to find, and lots of people go there, but that's the feel.
  • August 30, 2017
    A hidden garden of le marias covered by residential Parisian buildings. A quite place to relax and to enjoy a picnic.
  • August 6, 2017
    Perfect spot in the pletzl to have a rest and take the time to enjoy Mr Peretz's falafel special.
  • June 26, 2017
    A hidden green spot not known to many, despite it's location in the vibrant Rue des Rosiers. It's best to buy a patisserie or a light, portable lunch (a falafel for example, there are many of those in the area), and go find a spot in this amazing, quiet park and have your meal.
  • June 2, 2017
    Perfect place to grab a park bench and devour your falafel-in-pita from up the road. Entrances to the park are look like a gate to a courtyard from the road.

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