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.

Useful information

Address:

place Dauphine, 75001 Paris

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