Place Dauphine

Interesting
The western tip of the Ile de la Cité was redesigned in the 16C during the reign of Henri III. In 1607, Henri IV ceded the land to the president of the Parliament for the construction of a triangular square, named after the "Dauphin", the future Louis XIII. Despite the fact that only a few of these brick houses have retained considerable charm.

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place Dauphine

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Square du Vert-Galant
Square du Vert-Galant
From its position at the tip of the Île
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Île de la Cité
Île de la Cité
It was around the Île de la Cité that
2:00
Pont-Neuf
Pont-Neuf
Contrary to what its name indicates,
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Police Headquarters
Police Headquarters
The only real thing of interest here is
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Monnaie de Paris
Monnaie de Paris
Under Louis XV, the mint was transferred
1:30
Quai de Conti
Quai de Conti
From the Pont des Arts to the Pont Neuf,
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Île de la Cité
Île de la Cité
It was around the Île de la Cité that
2:00
Pont-Neuf
Pont-Neuf
Contrary to what its name indicates,
0:30
Police Headquarters
Police Headquarters
The only real thing of interest here is
0:15
See all