. Unknown major step of judaism in Europe
. A hidden gem
. Don't miss the place
René Goscinny, au-delà du rire
until March 5, 2018
Unknown major step of judaism in europe located in the Marais quarter, in the wonderful Hotel de Saint - Aignan, built in 1650 between the Centre Pompidou and the Museum Picasso ,the Museum of Art and history of Judaism is a real treasure with admirable collection focussing on Judaism in Europe and around the Mediterranean from Antiquity to the present days. The permanent collection occupied a space of 1000 m2 and three temporary exhibition spaces. You will need weeks and months to explore the 26.000 references books. And until March 5th 2018 one of the temporary exhibition to Rene Goscinny, co-author of the famous comics Asterix and the little Nicolas with 200 most unknown documents.
Our guests say it's a hidden gem!
The place is called 13-a baker's dozen. This is a small little cafe hidden in a laneway where southern American charm meets Paris. Everything is made in house, the brunches are cooked to order (so do be prepared to wait a little bit), and if you are lucky, you will be able to watch the owners preparing the cakes for the day which all smells divine. And here is the kind of things people say about it: "Absolutely everything is beyond delicious, fresh, and beautiful. It's charming, so you want to stay and just enjoy the happy vibe. The staff can not be more lovely---clearly, this place is more than a job, it's a labor of love. It is my go-to place, every time I'm in Paris." 16 Rue des Saints-Pères, 75007 Paris
Don't miss it!
Place de Fustenberg is an adorable square tucked away in the 6th arrondisement.
This is a quiet square, with a beautiful lampost in the center, flanked by charming old Parisian shops on the sides. You feel like you have gone back in time to 19th century Paris when you stand under the shady trees in this square.
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