"The oldest tree in Paris" Paris Off The Beaten Path Tip by Jenniflower

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  Oldest tree in Paris
by Jenniflower

We happened upon this little garden, directly opposite Notre Dame, on the other side of the River Seine. In it you will find the oldest tree in Paris! :)

Born in 1602, it receives alot of attention from tourists. Tour groups were stopping and being told about it. We preferred to shadow them to hear all the interesting info.

It has cement pillars holding it up as it is undoubtedly so frail and is a national heritage now.

A special thank you to BeatChick for telling me the name of this park! :)

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  • Updated May 7, 2006
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