Quai Malaquais

Anatole France was born there in April 1844, George Sand wrote Lélia there between 1832 and 1836, Manon Lescaut of Abbé Prévost used to frequent no. 9. Two steps from the Academy, a quai which could not be more literary.

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Address : 

quai Malaquais, 75006 Paris

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