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Tips from locals
With a beautiful carrousel at the bottom and Sacre Coeur at the top, don't miss this lovely park with winding trails, flowers and benches. If you can't handle the steps, there are sloped trails and even a funicular to get you to the cathedral.
Bien qu'au pied du Sacré Coeur il est possible de trouver un coin paisible dans ce magnifique parc de Montmartre. Super romantique ! Perfect spot for lovers close to the Sacré Coeur ;-)
Leafy square & gardens offering city views & fountains with steps leading up to Sacre Coeur church.
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“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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Point of Interest
“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 is the deepest metro station in Paris: 36 metres below ground level. The Guimard aedicula that adorns its access was originally at the Hôtel de Ville station. It was moved to Abbesses station in 1974. Its presence on a station of the former North-South society is a historical contradiction because it did not use this type of aedicula for its stations. It was listed as a Historic Monument by the decree of 29 May 1978.”
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