At the west tip of the Ile de La Cite there are two handsome houses, warm brick with creamy stone dressing which mark the entrance to an unexpected triangular 'square' called the Place Dauphine. Built at the same time as the Place Vendome, this has been altered considerably since, but still keeps it's air of a being a part of old Paris which few visitors stumble upon, and the central areas with it's miniature bore chestnut tress has a beautiful period quality. When standing there, one feels protected from the bustle of nearby tourist attractions.
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