Parc Georges Brassens

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Amélie Dupont / Paris Tourist Office
Montparnasse and south Paris Free
Built on the site of the old Abattoirs de Vaugirard, Parc Georges Brassens prefigured the industrial regeneration of Parc André Citroën and La Villette. The gateways, crowned by bronze bulls, have been kept, as have a series of iron meat-market pavilions, which house a second-hand book market at weekends.

The Jardin des Senteurs is planted with aromatic species, and a small vineyard yields 200 bottles of Clos des Morillons every year. The park is named in honour of the legendary French singer, who lived nearby at 42 rue Santos-Dumont.
Venue name: Parc Georges Brassens
Address: Rue des Morillons

Opening hours: 8am-dusk Mon-Fri; 9am-dusk Sat, Sun
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