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Comfort Hotel Saint Pierre

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10, rue de Clignancourt, Paris, FR, 75018

  • Phone: (33) 1 42234800
  • Fax: (33) 1 42234020
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»Nord Station (Gare du Nord)

In spite of its modernization, the Gare du Nord is still a good example of a 19th-century train station. A German architect, Jacob Ignaz Hittorf, built the station in 1863. Its most notable features are its neoclassical façade, its statues of military greats, its Roman figures, and the steel and glass decorating its ceiling. Trains depart from this station for northern France, northern Germany, Belgium, Scandinavia, Holland and England (via the Channel tunnel).

73 rue de Dunkerque
Paris, 75010

»Mosquée El-Fath

This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services.

53 rue Polonceau
Paris, 75018

»The Sacred-Heart Basilica of Montmartre

This Romano-Byzantine basilica overlooks Montmartre, one of Paris's most picturesque districts. Its distinctive dome rising up over the rooftops, the basilica offers the perfect vantage point from which to survey the city. Within The Sacred-Heart Basilica of Montmartre, the mosaic of Christ and the crypt are of particular interest. Commissioned by the Catholic Church, construction began in 1875 under the watchful eye of architect Paul Abadie, and was finally completed in 1914. Check the website for visiting and accommodation details.

35 rue du Chevalier-de-la-Barre
Paris, 75018

»Place du Tertre

Why does the Place du Tertre swarm with mediocre artists clamoring to paint your portrait? As is often the case in Paris, it's Baron Haussmann's fault! But for once, the baron did some good along with the damage when, by razing many working-class neighborhoods in central Paris, he unwittingly encouraged the development of Montmartre (which had been annexed to Paris in 1860). Around 1880 began the transformation of the Butte (Hill) from a country village into the home of hordes of artists and other marginalized folk who no longer had a place in Haussmann's grandiose central Paris. At the foot of Montmartre cabarets thrived - up top on the Place du Tertre, an unimaginably (to us) intense period of artistic activity took hold. The Place saw movements from Impressionism to Cubism to Fauvism to Surrealism come and go, right up to the eve of World War I, such greats as Renoir, Picasso, Braque, Dufy, Cézanne, Manet, and Toulouse-Lautrec painted here and, often, kept studios and living quarters in the adjacent streets. These days, despite the oppressive, constant tourist crush on the square, one can still discover that old-time Paris feeling here - not to mention the fact that some of the current painters aren't too bad at all!

Place du Tertre
Paris, 75018

»Khalid Ibn Walid Mosque

This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services.

28 rue Myrha
Paris, 75018

»Salle Saint Bruno

This cultural space is situated in the 18th arrondissement of Paris. It hosts events from a variety of fields, including business meetings, cocktail parties, and cultural productions. Salle Saint Bruno also hosts the festival of the Goutte d'Or, and is dedicated to promoting artistic creation among its community.

9 rue Saint-Bruno
Paris, 75018

»Abbesses Métro Station

The Metro is the lifeline of Paris city. One of the stations that falls along its route is Abbesses, which is a deep station in Paris, about 30 meters (100 feet) under the ground. The station's entrance has been designed by Hector Guimard, whose creations are world famous. Though the station was in duress, the renovations done by the RATP have restored the station to its original condition. The name Abbesses is quite popular as it has appeared in movies, cartoons and also as a line of Louis Vuitton bags.

Place des Abbesses
Paris, 75018

»SNCF (French Railway)

The Parisian railway service is a mode of transport that comes second only to air-travel. Connecting the city to several metropolis outside of France, such as London, Brussels and Strasbourg, it is a far cheaper option than air-travel and is one of the best rail networks in the world.

Paris, 75001

»Reform Church of the Rencontre

This 10th-arrondissement church was formed in 1962 by the merging of Chapelle Milton and Chapelle du Nord. It is a Christian parish that unites Protestant community in the 9th and 10th arrondissements. Église Réformée de la Rencontre regularly hosts artistic endeavors such as concerts, choruses, and theatrical productions.

17 rue des Petits-Hôtels
Paris, 75010

»Cook & Go

The Cook & Go center in the 9th Arrondissement of Paris offers its kitchen-studio concept where you can shop as well as cook for your family under one roof. This unique workshop concept is ideal for those who do not want to go through the time-consuming ritual of shopping, cooking and tidying up. Here, you get the best of the materials needed for cooking along with a recipe, a spacious kitchen to cook under the guidance of an experienced chef and you can leave the cleaning to the staff at the center. Besides, you can also arrange a small gathering for a maximum of 100 guests at the center and avail of the catering service offered by the center. Call or visit their website for more information.

69 rue La Fayette
Paris, 75009

»Chapel of Sainte-Thérèse

This 16th-arrondissement church was constructed in 1923 by father Daniel Brottier. Its pristine interior features beautiful stone columns and a gorgeous series of stained glass windows. The chapel occasionally hosts chamber music and choral concerts.

40 rue Jean de la Fontaine
Paris, 75016

»Serbian Orthodox Church

This orthodox church is situated in the 18th arrondissement of Paris. It was established in 1994 and is located within an old protestant temple, constructed in the Neo-Roman style. Église Orthodoxe Serbe has a standing choir and occasionally hosts choral and classical concets.

23 rue du Simplon
Paris, 75018
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