After coming out of the Dupont Art Center, I passed by when I was looking for a coffee in a coffee shop. It was a very small fountain, but it looked like the building was quite old, but not very special. Maybe we didn’t know its history, so we hurriedly swept it. Drank coffee at a glance
I don’t know who made this Chinese name. There seems to be a saying called Innocent Fountain⛲️
Located in the chatelet area, next to the Pompidou Centre.
⭐️This fountain has a heavy feeling. It has no vitality and no spring water. After checking it, I found out that it was a cemetery for the poor who died in the plague. Now it is a small square with many cafes around it, which is very lively.
Walk along rue Berger next to the Pompidou Cultural Center and you will reach bd. Sebastopol Avenue. Cross the avenue and then go forward, you can see the famous fountain of innocence. You can also see the St-Eustache church in the same place. Once a cemetery for the poor who died in the plague, it is now a gathering place for various cultural activities in Paris.
The Immaculate Fountain is a huge public fountain, originally called the Nymph's Fountain. Built in 1547, it is the oldest huge fountain in Paris. It is a masterpiece of the introduction of French Renaissance architecture into Paris. The architecture of this fountain is inspired by the tranquility of ancient Rome. It is a monument decorated with nymphs and other water gods.
The name is well named, so I feel so holy.
Located near Les Halles, within Place Joachim-du-Bellay, which is a popular meeting place for the locals. Built in the 1500’s, it was a monumental fountain in its day, quite impressive even today.
Due to the fact it was own very early February the fountain was turned off. The monument itself ilooks good but needs a bit of clean up.
Passed by Les Fontaine des Innocents (Fountain of Innocence) in Le Marais recently. Similar to past winter visits, the fountain was turned off and idol. This is a Renaissance style fountain monume...
This was the site of the original big cemetery for the city. Thousands and thousands of people were buried here until it became way too unsanitary and the bones were moved to the Catacombs. Then thi...
I found this place by accident walking around Les Halles. It looks amazing and grabs your attention.