At The End

At the end of Ile de la Cité, right outside of Place Dauphin, are some interesting things.

This is King Henri IV, le Vert Galant, said to be quite the ladies man.

People are still putting locks on the bridges in any place that they can find. I wanted to go and tell them not to do it but didn’t. See the website no love locks to see why.

The end of Ile de la Cité. I’ve heard it’s a pick up site but it seems to be a good place for a picnic to me.

A Wallace fountain, of which there are many in Paris, given by Wallace to provide fresh drinking water to the masses.I need to find his tomb at Père Lachaise one of these days.

One thought to “At The End”

  1. How interesting to focus on the end of Ile de la Cite, or guess it could be the beginning, if you came from the other direction. The sky is amazing in your pictures. Why was the king called, le Vert Galant. Does that mean the Gallant Green?

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