Charming and unusual, Saint-Paul is a real village located in the heart of the historic Marais, between the lively rue Saint-Antoine and the banks of the Seine.
A historic district full of heritage, the village of Saint-Paul is characterised by its small passages, its enchanting arches and is a lovely labyrinth of paved courtyards and shady passages. Its calm and authentic atmosphere is home to a multitude of small craftsmen, gallery owners and passionate antique dealers. It is the ideal place to find unusual objects, from 18th century pieces to those from the 1970s. There are also a number of gourmet addresses and pretty decoration shops in the spirit of the moment.
The district is home to superb museums, private mansions dating from the 16th and 17th centuries and buildings that bear witness to the history of France. On Rue Geoffroy l’Asnier, you will discover the Shoah memorial built in the 1950s by the architects Alexandre Perzitz, Georges Goldberg and Léon Arretche.
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