Le mur des je t'aime
Place des abbesses Monument de 40m2 en lave émaillée où fleurissent 311 "je t'aime" en 250 langues.
This four-handed work (Frédéric Baron and Claire Kito) allows you to discover the words "I love you" written in 250 languages. The red flashes on the fresco are the pieces of a broken heart, symbol of a humanity that is being torn apart and that the wall tends to gather. The Abbesses metro station…
The "I love you wall". A GREAT place to pass by! Le mur des je t'aime. Un SUPER endroit par où passer!
“在圣心大教堂的西侧，曾经是古蒙马特村镇的中心地带。广场看上去没有著名的景点、只有一个普通乡村小广场的恬静和幽雅，却是许多著名画家的摇篮，西班牙画家萨达利、毕加索等大师年轻时都曾经在这里画过画。广场附近还有专门展览其作品的达利美术馆(ESPACE DALI)。 这个充满艺术气息的小广场，从十八世纪开始就是露天画家聚集的地方，一年四季，只要天气好，小丘广场就呈现出集市般熙熙攘攘的景象。 地址： Place du Tertre 75018 Paris 法国(查看地图) 到达方式： 面对圣心大教堂，靠左侧坐过去，看见路口左转顺着纪念品小街走到头左转，靠近右手边前方，便是画家广场。”
“A place I've been to a lot and always at Dalida's table, who was living right next door. It was her favorite restaurant, a strong Montmartre address.”
“Situated near the Close de Montmartre (Montmartre Vineyard), it’s a pretty secluded square on the fringes of the district. Place Dalida was actually named after a real life Dalida; famous singer and actress who performed in up to ten different languages. She gained international viral fame at the tender age of 19 following her smash hit”
“The Passe-muraille, frozen in the wall of Place Marcel Aymé, is a statue created by the actor Jean Marais, in homage to the work of the writer Marcel Aymé! Originally from Yonne, Marcel Aymé spent a good part of his life in Montmartre, rue Norvins. He therefore located most of his novels in this area. In the short story entitled "Le Passe-muraille", Dutilleul, a modest office employee at the Ministry of Registration in Montmartre, discovered one evening that he had the power to cross the walls. He first uses this ability to take revenge for humiliations at the office, then commits burglaries and becomes a rich man, before being thrown in jail and... escaping from it! Falling in love with a pretty woman crossed rue Lepic, he crossed the walls to find her again under the nose and beard of the jealous husband, until the day when he lost his gift, he remained permanently frozen inside a wall, rue Norvins... Jean Marais, a French actor and sculptor, immortalized the wall pass in 1989 in the wall in front of Marcel Aymé's house.”
“Moulin Rouge is a cabaret in Paris.Moulin Rouge is best known as the birthplace of the modern form of the can-can dance.The Moulin Rouge is a tourist attraction, offering musical dance entertainment for visitors from around the world.”