Rue de la Ferronnerie

It was in this Street that on 14th May 1610, King Henri IV whose coach was blocked by an accident between two carts, was stabbed by Ravaillac: his death took place in front of No. 11, then No. 13, a sign used to show a crowned heart pierced by an arrow.

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rue de la Ferronnerie

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Rue des Lombards
Rue des Lombards
The name of the street, which has kept
15 minutes
Fontaine des Innocents
Fontaine des Innocents
From the 12th to the 18th century, a
15 minutes
Beaubourg and Les Halles
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Les Halles used to be Paris' underbelly.
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