In Mara's quarter, you'll feel like a theatre player playing another play. You go on the velocity roads, you go to the antique shop, you drink coffee in the house of the legendary alchemist Nicholas Flamel, and you'll be part of that story for hundreds of years.
Here you will find a map of Mara's quarter, and this is where you're looking for a fascinating tour. And, of course, you can feel the rest of old Paris and settle in one of the hotels in this area. And now to the main sights!
Since 1799, it has been known as Vogezov. Napoleon gave her that name in honor of the province that made the first contribution to the revolutionary army. Despite what she was thinking about, as a place for a great ceremony and holidays, and above all, the wedding of the future of Ludovic XVIII and Anne Austrian, she was famous for a huge duel. There is not much going on in the Tri Musketeer novel.
There are 36 white and red stone buildings in the perimeter of the Voguez area, each on the arches. Here you will find painting galleries, tea salons, book shops. You'll also see Victor Hugo, Milady, Alfons Dode and many other famous personalities. Knowledge still exists in Voguez area, including singers, politicians and television stars. Address - Place des Vosges. The nearest stations are Saint Paul, Chemin Vert, Bastille.
Open in Sale's Mansion since 1985. The guests are represented by half, sculptures, voluminous paintings, collars, ceramic articles, gravels, and a personal collection of the artist. Three floors full of Picasso. Open the museum from 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. (base until 5:30) Tuesday weekend. ticket price - 12, 5 for adults and 3 for kids. Address 5 rue de Thorigny. The subway station is Saint-Sébastien Froissart.