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Le mur des je t'aime

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Marine
Marine
September 17, 2019
Lovely wall in Abbesses with the word "love" in all languages
Mona
Mona
July 12, 2019
This four-handed work (Frédéric Baron and Claire Kito) allows you to discover the words "I love you" written in 250 languages. The red flashes on the fresco are the pieces of a broken heart, symbol of a humanity that is being torn apart and that the wall tends to gather. The Abbesses metro station…
Mo
Mo
October 03, 2018
Just go for a picture ;)
Gabriella
Gabriella
August 07, 2018
The "I love you wall". A GREAT place to pass by! Le mur des je t'aime. Un SUPER endroit par où passer!
Jack
Jack
August 03, 2018
Parce que lorsqu'on s'aime tous, c'est mieux ;) Because when we all love each other, it's better;)

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“This square is the centre of the former commune of Montmartre and already existed in the 14th century. It is on these sites that the patibular forks of the Abbesses of Montmartre stood. The commune of Montmartre was created in 1790, the National Assembly having decreed that a municipality would be created in each town, village or parish. At No. 3 Place du Tertre, what was once the first town hall of the town is now located: Félix Desportes was the first mayor. It was a bourgeois from Rouen who settled in Place du Tertre in 1788. He transformed his residence into a town hall and firmly established this municipality until April 1793. A zealous patriot, he gave the first names of Flore Pierrette Montmartre to his daughter born in May 1791. A little further on at N°6 Le restaurant de la Mère Catherine was founded in 1793, during the French revolution. In this place steeped in history, Danton came to relax with his disciples and left engraved on the walls: "Let us drink and eat because tomorrow we will die. » It is also said that in 1814, the Cossacks passing through Montmartre during the Russian occupation of Paris (1814-1818) after the defeat of Napoleon I, not having the authorization of their officers, came to have a drink there by shouting "Bistro, Bistro..." or "Quick, fast" in Russian, thus bringing forth on the Hill the ancestor of our Parisian bistros. Later on, the Place du Tertre saw the departure of the French automotive industry. On December 24, 1898, Louis Renault climbed the Butte with one of his vehicles to prove their effectiveness on the hills. A plaque celebrating this event is visible at the northwest corner of the square, it reads: "For the first time on December 25, 1898, a petrol car, driven by Louis Renault, its manufacturer, reached the Place du Tertre, thus marking the start of the French automobile industry".”
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Club de comedia
“If you have the opportunity to book a show at the « Moulin Rouge » go for it ! ”
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“Le Moulin de la Galette represented diversion for Parisians seeking entertainment, a glass of wine and bread made from flour ground by the windmill. Artists, such as Renoir, van Gogh, and Pissarro have immortalized Le Moulin de la Galette; likely the most notable was Renoir's festive painting “Bal du moulin de la Galette”.”
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Outdoor Sculpture
“We can see the Sacré Coeur at the end of the charming rue de l'Abreuvoir, which we will immediately take. Borrowed by the population to obtain water, it then leads to the water trough of Montmartre, now disappeared, where horses and cattle are driven in the evening, below the current Dalida Square. The Chemin de l'Abreuvoir, which became a street in 1863.”
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Outdoor Sculpture
“The Passe-muraille, frozen in the wall of Place Marcel Aymé, is a statue created by the actor Jean Marais, in homage to the work of the writer Marcel Aymé! Originally from Yonne, Marcel Aymé spent a good part of his life in Montmartre, rue Norvins. He therefore located most of his novels in this area. In the short story entitled "Le Passe-muraille", Dutilleul, a modest office employee at the Ministry of Registration in Montmartre, discovered one evening that he had the power to cross the walls. He first uses this ability to take revenge for humiliations at the office, then commits burglaries and becomes a rich man, before being thrown in jail and... escaping from it! Falling in love with a pretty woman crossed rue Lepic, he crossed the walls to find her again under the nose and beard of the jealous husband, until the day when he lost his gift, he remained permanently frozen inside a wall, rue Norvins... Jean Marais, a French actor and sculptor, immortalized the wall pass in 1989 in the wall in front of Marcel Aymé's house.”
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