Saint-Michel’s most notable attractions, namely the majestic St. Michel fountain, depicting St. Michel battling the devil; a view of the world renowned Notre Dame Cathedral, just on the other side of the Seine river; and the Panthéon, modeled after the Pantheon in Rome. Attracted by its Parisian charm, fascinating array of visitors explore along the area’s picturesque streets and quirky shops while walking on cobblestone. There are many shops and cafés within the neighborhood, as well as the architecturally impressive Sorbonne University.
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