Avenue Junot

Interesting
This quiet avenue was opened in 1910 on the famous "maquis" of Montmartre, a piece of waste ground of ill repute formerly occupied by windmills. Studios and houses stand here side by side today, such as the Villa Léandre (n° 23 bis). A sculpture by Jean Marais pays homage to Marcel Aymé, the author of Passe-Muraille, on the Place Marcel Aymé named in his honour.

Useful information

Address : 

avenue Junot, 75018 Paris

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