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After a good rest in the Hollande Hotel, why not enjoy the arts that are around you? The Hollande Hotel is in fact surrounded by great artistic sites.

For example, the mount of Montmartre. One of the most visited sites in Paris. The mount has been part of Paris (officially) since 1860, before that it was considered part of the Seine. A long time ago, it was the location of some temples, one dedicaded to Mercure and another to Mars. This last one might be the origine of it's current name, Mons Martis Mont Martre.

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There used to be a windmill, it was called Le Moulin de la Galette. This was a typical Parisians spot where people would come to dance, have drinks and be with friends. The painter Renoir would also come to get inspired.

The Sacre Coeur was then built on it in 1875, and the results are simply mind blowing. The vue on Paris is incredible and is infact filled with tourists all year long.

Montmartre, starting late 1900s, becomes famous for it's painters. All the biggest painters of those days stayed at some point in their lives in Montmartre. Picasso, Pissarro, Lautrec, Van Gogh, Modigliani, all loved staying there. Still today, when you go up the hill, behind the Sacre Coeur, you will still find painters gathering on Place Tertre.

Right near there, you can enjoy a nice coffee in the famous caf Les Deux Moulins, coffee place used in the successful movie Le Fabuleux Destin dAmelie Poulain.

The Butte (the Hill or the mount) is filled with history, little corners, smalls intertwining streets, cute hidden stores and typical Parisian coffees. A really nice walk during any season of the year.

Jean Gabin and Jean Renoir where born there. Pablo Picasso, Henri de Toulouse Lautrec, Vincent Van Gogh, Jean Pierre Jeunet, Dalida and many others lived there. A true paradise for artists.

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Posted in Photograph Post Date 02/23/2021






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