St. Michelle's fountain is located at the intersection of the street. The fountain has stopped spraying. I don't know if it is because of the season. The fountain after stopping spraying does not have the agility of water. The statues on it seem to be less animated. A Mobai car is clipped behind the sculpture. At such a high distance, the car can "fly up" and it is really unusual. Tourists take pictures in front of the fountain. The feeling of integration is actually strange.
On the other side of Sidai Island, there is a very grand fountain with a sculpture of the legend of St. Michel's dragon slaughter. Saint Michel's dragon slaughter statue can be seen in many parts of France. Nearby are the subway station and the Latin District. It's very convenient to live here.
The St. Michelle fountain is located just beside the subway exit. There are many primitive cafes and souvenir shops around the magnificent fountain. The huge super fountain has gorgeous decorative archways. The St. Michelle fountain means the victory of good and evil, carved by angel Michael and the devil respectively.
Located on the Seine River in Paris, the center of downtown area, the perfect combination of city and history.
Its popularity comes from the Fontaine of St. Michel, which was built by Gabriel Davioud in 1855. It was originally dedicated to Napoleon I, but finally decided to dedicate it to the angel Michel, Michel Bronze Sculpture Battle Sword Dragon, Dragon's Mouth Spitting water into the fountain. In fact, there is no need to go here specially. It's just a small fountain and a small square. The fountain of St. Michelle is the landmark place for lovers to meet in Paris. The wedding dress of Goddess Gao Yuanyuan was taken here. The beautiful and complicated balcony railings of French architecture, together with the typical Paris grey, are also the highlights attracting attention. The area is surrounded by cafes, fruit stalls, and bookstores. Life is coming.
Near Notre Dame in Paris, there are restaurants and shopping malls nearby. It's a very busy area!
The St. Michel Fountain is located on the South Bank of the Seine River in Paris. Just north of it is the St. Michel Bridge connecting Sidai Island. This area belongs to the Latin area. Sorbonne University is nearby. It has many young people, is very literary and energetic.
Truly lovely and ornate fountain. Used by tired travelers and locals as a place to sit and rest.
You can't do Paris properly without visiting the area of St Michel, it's name coming from the large fountain in the middle of this district. The fountain itself is beautiful and a common symbol for the French people. It was in the St Michel area that students have protested (granted where haven't Parisians protested) during the CPE riots. This area has some great foreign food, mostly Middle Eastern and Indian. The pricing isn't great but the portions make up for it!