• 25 Jun 2019
  • 2:30 PM

The walk will take us through the 9th and 10th districts of Paris. Not the most touristic of areas but none the less very interesting. The Trinité Church (1861) built around the number 3. The area known as “Nouvelle Athènes” so named because of the architecture (Greco-Roman) - home to the Romantic Movement.

The St Lazare Enclosure where in the middle ages lepers were confined and which later became a prison. The Canal St Martin part of a system – developed in the 19th century - to bring water to Paris. And finally, we will end up ... see your newsletter fo full details.


The British and Commonwealth Women's Association

Maison de la Vie Associative et CitoyenneBoite 86 - BCWA, 28 rue Laure Diebold 75008, Paris 

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