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Tucked behind the busy buildings of Le Marais close to Rue Rambuteau and acceded from Rue beaubourg is the Jared Anne-Frank.
Tranquil, peaceful and beautifully maintained and a place to enjoy reflect and recall. Anne-Frank was not a resident of Paris but so fitting that...More
A serene, beautiful little enclave tucked away behind the Musee d'art et histoire Judaique. You can't access it from the museum, but rather, walk out, around the block, and down a little commercial alleyway to enter. On your way, stop for a pastry and cold...More
It would be hard to stumble across this park unless you were specifically looking for it as it is tucked down an alley which wind its way to the park. The park is small but quite peaceful and there is a small basic playground at...More
This park is not far from the Pompidou Center. Just follow signs for Musee Poupee (the first street north of the Pompidou on the right hand side) and you will find it down a little alley like street. This park is a large open space...More
if you can find it (it’s not that easy to locate it actually), t’s worth taking a break there to enjoy this little park lost between buildings. Kids come there to celebrate their birthdays on the weekends; the playground for children is nice and there...More
This is a nice, unexpected little park not far from Centre Pompidou. There's a display explaining about Anne Frank briefly--otherwise, one would not know it has anything to do with her. As I put in the title, there is a free public restroom here, not...More