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The several lives of a Parisian restaurant

This pretty storefront has had several lives Located between rue Vaugirard and rue Madame, the Pont Traversé was the bookstore of the writer and poet Marcel Béalu. Take a look at its storefront, you will then discover beef heads and enamel plaques, clues to its former vocation: that of butcher's shop, in fact this bookstore was a former butcher's shop classified as a historic monument. The bookstore is now closed since November 2019 and has made way for a restaurant!

Jousseaume : One of the oldest bookshop of Paris

You cannot be indifferent to this pretty bookstore when you visit the Vivienne gallery, The Jousseaume bookstore is one of the oldest in Paris

History of the most iconic bookstores of Paris

You know you are in Paris when you see them,booksellers are one of the essentials of the Parisian postcard. True symbols of the banks of the Seine today, these book enthusiasts were already experimenting with books in the 16th century!

History of « Shakespeare and Co » bookstore

With its green facade facing Notre Dame, Shakespeare and Co one of the most famous bookstores in Paris. Back to the little history of this essential Parisian bookstore!

The several lives of a Parisian restaurant

This pretty storefront has had several lives Located between rue Vaugirard and rue Madame, the Pont Traversé was the bookstore of the writer and poet Marcel Béalu. Take a look at its storefront, you will then discover beef heads and enamel plaques, clues to its former vocation: that of butcher's shop, in fact this bookstore was a former butcher's shop classified as a historic monument. The bookstore is now closed since November 2019 and has made way for a restaurant!

Parisian vintage bookshop : Jousseaume in Vivienne Gallery

Jousseaume bookstore, founded in 1926, can be found at the foot of a few steps, in the corner of the Vivienne gallery, and catches passers-by with its unusual charm under the majestic glass roofs. In this passage classified as Historic Monuments, its location is exceptional. It is made for book lovers. The Jousseaumes have been passed down from father to son, their love of books and readers, as well as the defense of passages and galleries.

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