One of the most famous public squares in Paris is Place Saint- Michel found on the borderline between the fifth and the sixth arrondissements, facing the Ile de la Cité. It is linked to the Ile de la Cité by the bridge of the same name, Pont Saint –Michel.
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The Musée Cluny is located in a Medieval mansion next to the ruins ofGallo-Roman baths, from the first or second century and houses one of the most complete medieval art collections and craftwork worldwide. The exhibitions contain an enormous variety of antiques, including tapestries, ivory and sculptures.
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The history of the Polish Bookstore in Paris begins after the Polish uprising of 1830-1831 against Tsarist Russia. It was created by Eustachy Januszkiewicz, who arrived in France with the first wave of political emigration. The Bookstore quickly became a place of cultural, intellectual and political exchanges.
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