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Paris district map 

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Between the various monuments, museums, restaurants, bars and gardens, all Parisian neighborhoods have a story to tell. To find this story, select an arrondissement map of Paris.

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In the Toit de Paris by Arrondissement gift box, you will find a wooden stand, a certificate of authenticity, and your piece of Paris.

Using a negative image, we have screen-printed a map of central Paris, with a focus on specific districts.

Lovers of the capital city will easily recognize the iconic monuments of Paris, such as the Eiffel Tower, the Basilica of Montmartre, the Champs-Elysées, the Palais Royal, the Arc de Triomphe, the Galeries Lafayette, the Opera Garnier, the Pantheon, and more.

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Each piece is unique; some FOCUS pieces are dark gray, while others are light gray, with a sometimes granulated, sometimes smooth texture.

Depending on the exposure, ventilation, and the quality of the zinc, you may notice more or less visible marks from its time on the rooftops (scratches or stains) associated with its aging.


Choose the district that will take you to the most beautiful places:

1st arrondissement: the center of the capital is home to the Louvre Museum, the Tuileries Gardens, the luxury boutiques of rue Saint-Honoré, and many other things.

2nd arrondissement: very eclectic, this arrondissement is home to wholesalers, trendy and vintage boutiques, and numerous restaurants, not to mention the Paris Stock Exchange.

3rd arrondissement: the upper-Marais is the place to be for artists with its many galleries, its arts and crafts museum, and its mansions.

4th arrondissement: in the center of the capital, this arrondissement is one of the most popular, in particular thanks to the Pompidou center and the Place des Vosges.

5th arrondissement: the Latin Quarter is the stronghold of students with the University of the Sorbonne.

6th arrondissement: located on the left bank, it is home to the Saint-Germain-des-Prés district and the Luxembourg Gardens.

7th arrondissement: this arrondissement is home to many monuments, such as Matignon, the National Assembly, the Hôtel des Invalides, the military school, and the Eiffel Tower.

8th arrondissement: between the Avenue des Champs-Élysées, the Arc de Triomphe and the Élysée Palace, this is one of the most prestigious arrondissements in Paris.

9th arrondissement: it is a cultural hotspot with the Opéra Garnier, the Folies Bergères and the Casino de Paris.

10th arrondissement: it is known for the Canal Saint-Martin.

11th arrondissement: this is where the famous Place de la République is located.

12th arrondissement: the first arrondissement on the right bank is more residential with many green spaces, such as gardens or the green corridor promenade.

13th arrondissement: known for its Asian district, it also houses the National Library, the Gare d'Austerlitz, and the Gobelins Manufactory.


14th arrondissement: this is where the catacombs of Paris and the flea market of Vanves are located.

15th arrondissement: the most populated arrondissement is home to the famous Montparnasse tower.

16th arrondissement: this is one of the most beautiful districts of the capital with the Place du Trocadéro, the Parc des Princes and the Roland Garros stadium.

17th arrondissement: in the northwest of Paris, the 17th arrondissement is home to the city of flowers.

18th arrondissement: with the Moulin Rouge and the Sacré-Coeur, the 18th is a very varied district.

19th arrondissement: this is where the Buttes Chaumont park and the city of science and industry are located.

20th arrondissement: the famous Père Lachaise cemetery resides here.

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