Avenue Junot

Interesting
This peaceful thoroughfare was opened in 1910 on the famous «maquis» of Montmartre, a piece of waste ground of ill repute where the windmills turned. Studios and pavilions are here today such as the Hameau des Artistes or the Villa Léandre (n° 25). A sculpture by Jean Marais evokes the author of Passe-muraille on the Place Marcel-Aymé.

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avenue Junot

Nearby tourist attractions

Rue Lepic
Rue Lepic
This long and winding street is an old
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Château des Brouillards
Château des Brouillards
This was an 18C folly before becoming a
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Moulin de la Galette
Moulin de la Galette
This dance hall was all the rage at the
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Rue Saint-Vincent
Rue Saint-Vincent
The crossroads with rue des Saules is
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St-Vincent Cemetery
St-Vincent Cemetery
This cemetery is the resting place of
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Bâteau-Lavoir
Bâteau-Lavoir
Located on the charming place Émile
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Rue Lepic
Rue Lepic
This long and winding street is an old
0:15
Château des Brouillards
Château des Brouillards
This was an 18C folly before becoming a
0:15
Moulin de la Galette
Moulin de la Galette
This dance hall was all the rage at the
0:15
See all