2023 Author: Harold Hamphrey | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-27 19:35
Many places in the famous cities of the world have a well-deserved historical reputation. Even those who have never been to these cities are well aware of it. Montmartre in Paris is the habitat and creativity of artistic and artistic bohemia. Once it was known even to those Soviet citizens who did not have a trip to France under any circumstances. And those functionaries who were sometimes allowed to go there were forbidden to visit the Moulin Rouge cabaret in Montmartre. But this is all in the past, today a trip to France is limited only by the financial possibilities of the tourist.
Montmartre on the map of Paris, its history and geography
This is the highest point of the city, and it is located in the northern part of it. The height of the hill is 130 meters, and stairs are laid to its top. Montmartre in Paris is a tourist attraction and an obligatory point of excursion routes. How to get to the famous hill? In order to quickly find a bohemian area, it is best to focus on the snow-white domes of the Sacré-Coeur Basilica, they are visible from afar. But Montmartre Hill became the eighteenth municipal district of Paris only in the second half of the nineteenth century. All other centuries-old historythe French capital, he was outside of it. But Montmartre in Paris quickly ceased to be a suburb when a poor part of the French artistic, literary and artistic bohemia began to move here in droves from the central districts of the capital. People of creative professions were attracted here by two circumstances - low prices for housing and premises for workshops and a good company of people who had already managed to settle on the Montmartre hill a little earlier. The artists here lived in entire communities, trying to minimize costs.
By coincidence, a special spiritual environment arose in Montmartre, in this aura masterpieces were created easily, quickly and in large quantities. It is difficult even to list all the outstanding artists and poets who lived and worked on the crooked and humpbacked streets of the hill in the north of Paris. Here a new art was born, opposing the official salon academism. Most of the Impressionist and Post-Impressionist paintings that adorn the world's leading art galleries originate from Montmartre in Paris. The people who worked here revolutionized many areas of world art.
A visit here is a must. Getting acquainted with the French capital, it is simply impossible to get around Montmartre in Paris. Many come back here repeatedly. Here, the red blades of the decorative windmill on the roof of the famous cabaret are still spinning. And the number of artists here has not decreased. Asa souvenir from Montmartre, you can take away a small canvas or your own portrait, all this will be created for you very quickly. Montmartre has long been living off the commercial exploitation of its legendary image. And there are many small restaurants where great people once sat at the tables.
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