Quartier St-Séverin

This maze of medieval lanes is one of the oldest districts in Paris. Rue de la Harpe is the ancient north-south Gallo-Roman road; Rue de la Parcheminerie is where copyists and public writers had their stalls. Today, wine cellars and Greek restaurants have taken over the streets of Saint-Séverin and La Huchette. What about The Bald Soprano? She still does her hair in the same way and the play by Eugène Ionesco has been playing continuously at the Huchette theatre since 1957!

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rue St-Séverin, 75005 Paris

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Church of St-Séverin Church of St-Séverin
Church of St-Séverin
A flamboyant church made up of the
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Jardin Médiéval
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Laid out around the Musée National du
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Boulevard St-Michel Boulevard St-Michel
Boulevard St-Michel
The main thoroughfare for the Latin
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Junction of Rue Saint-Julien-le-Pauvre and Rue Galande
Junction of Rue Saint-Julien-le-Pauvre and Rue Galande
A small courtyard accessed from both
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Latin Quarter Latin Quarter
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During the times of Ancient Rome, the
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Saint-Julien-le-Pauvre church
Saint-Julien-le-Pauvre church
Contemporary to Notre-Dame cathedral
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Church of St-Séverin Church of St-Séverin
Church of St-Séverin
A flamboyant church made up of the
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Boulevard St-Michel Boulevard St-Michel
Boulevard St-Michel
The main thoroughfare for the Latin
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Junction of Rue Saint-Julien-le-Pauvre and Rue Galande
Junction of Rue Saint-Julien-le-Pauvre and Rue Galande
A small courtyard accessed from both
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