Devon – Les Halles – Eglise Saint-Eustache
7:01 AM – With Devon, coming from New-York, we ran at a fast pace, without taking into account the little rain we had in Paris this Monday morning.
We followed the river most of the time, to finish by the Halles and the street of Rivoli.
Thank you, Devon!
Les Halles was the traditional central market of Paris. The big iron and glass buildings, created by Victor Baltard in the 19th century (we said “Les Halles de Baltard”) were destroyed in 1971 to let the place to the “Forum des Halles” in 1977, a giant mall, partially underground.
Forum des Halles
The route of the tour:
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