Charonne - Père Lachaise – 0 appartments

A favourite with daytrippers, an atmosphere of yesteryear reigns in this district. Charonne was once a winegrowing village, of which the rue Saint-Blaise still testifies: the first section of this street has been preserved from the upheavals of the district and offers us a glimpse at the charm of the original village, of which it was the main street.

Attached to Paris since 1859, Charonne is today a concentration of social housing, craftsmen’s workshops and townhouses with glass fronts at the end of paved cul-de-sacs. Going up the rue de la Réunion you will find the Pierre-Emmanuel Natural Garden. Created in 1996, this 6,500 m² garden invites the public to discover unsual flora. It adjoins the largest park in Paris and the famous Père Lachaise cemetery. Among the 70,000 tombs present, many famous people lie here, such as Édith Piaf, Rossini, Molière, Marcel Proust or Oscar Wilde.

Which might explain why both Parisians and foreigners like to walk around this neighborhood so much!

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