Place des Abbesses, Paris
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Head to Hollywood's idea of Paris--the quaint cafes, hip shops, and bohemian life--at the iconic Place des Abbesses. Trendy, yet still timeless, the triangular square boasts a great place to shop, visit up-and-coming designers, and people-watch. As an added bonus, this area boasts one of the last two original Art Nouveau subway canopies designed by renowned architect Hector Guimard. Plan to see Place des Abbesses and other attractions that appeal to you using our Paris travel itinerary planner.
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Площадь des Abbesses на Монмартре примечательно, прежде всего, т.н. «Стеной любви», которая находится рядом в небольшом сквере Жана Риктюса. Специально искали это место и результат превзошел все ожида... read more »Square des Abbesses in Montmartre is remarkable, first of all, the so-called "Wall of love", which is situated near a small public garden Jean Riktûsa. Specifically looking for this place and the result exceeded all expectations. This is the kind of art object is on the wall is written the phrase "I love you" in all the languages of the world. Tourists from different countries find their language, are photographed. Here lead tourist groups, the place is very popular. In addition to wall love you should pay attention to the original cast-iron entrance to Abbesses Metro station 19-20th century, as well as the Church of St. John, with remarkable red brick façade.show original
If you've got even the slightest knee or leg pain, or even a junior blister with ambitions to become something more, avoid the stairs out of this Metro station and take the elevator. You can thank me ... read more »
Cette place est jolie avec ses ruelles typiques. On peut y visiter l'église Saint-Jean de Montmartre, première église en ciment armé revêtue de briques et de céramiques dont l'architecture est influen... read more »This place is pretty with its typical narrow streets. One can visit the Church of Saint-Jean de Montmartre, first Church in armed cement coated brick and ceramics whose architecture is influenced by the Art nouveau style. In the square Jehan-Rictus is the wall of I love you, reproducing 311 'I love you' in 250 languages, and red chips represent the pieces of a broken heart.show original
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