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Place Furstenburg, Paris

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  • Enter place Furstemberg two, is insurance to get out after one kiss. There are places like this...
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  • Is the name of the square from the Place Furstenberg, the 6th arrondissement of Paris Saint-Germain, Tickle boobs and went north and turn away. Place Vendôme, Place de Vendome, Paris 1er, (gorgeous gorgeous! ), Vosges, Place des Vosges, Paris 4eme (bourgeois! ), The best in the world, is the square Piazza who really looks good, but in a Paris favorite epitaphium square and answers if asked. Epitaphium square is a square in Paris said is, indeed, perhaps 40 meters in what will fit. And four big trees in the Middle, it to old nice buildings surrounding the square is an antique street lights, maybe from print, book related, the old Office and Studio included. Around Plaza Mayor, with stylish downtown here car too much in Baghdad and is separated from the hustle and bustle of Saint-Germain, crowds like that. May 6-the wood would visit around 出sorotta media outlets are and morning, noon and night, regardless of weather, and, I think that square is. Many painters painting to this square. Always think if under the trees in the Middle, on the bench, in the little time space can be to. Through the if, if I go to Saint-Germain.
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  • The place or street of Furstenberg, is located in the 6th arrondissement of Paris behind the Church Saint Germain des Prés. It takes its name, Germanic-sounding, Cardinal William Egon of Fürstenberg, appointed Abbot of the Abbey of Saint Germain des Prés in 1697. During his priesthood he open streets on the field of the Abbey, including the passage of small slaughter and the cardinal streets and Furstenberg, the name of the street involved in 1723. In fact, it is a very short street of 82 m long, between the streets of Jacob and of the Abbey, with a small square in the Middle, where the Museum of the painter Eugène Delacroix. This square is planted with trees that make shadows in the summer and it is decorated with rustic lamps 1900 style buildings surrounding the square are beautifully crafted and styles varied, some with a bas-relief at numbers 4 and 10, including facade "A la Parisienne", others with brick and stone facade, giving it a very romantic and special air. The place can be accessed from the metro stations "Saint Germain des Prés" line no. 4 or "Mabillon" line no. 10.
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