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ref. 746 - Canal St Martin
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This recently refurbished studio located in the area of Canal St Martin has a large living & dining area with a fully equipped kitchen and a balconny overlooking quiet courtyards and gardens. A separate bedroom area and a beautiful bathroom with washing machine. Separate WC. Excellent quality in this exiting area of Paris.
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Quai de Jemmapes 75010 
10th arrondissement Paris

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Métro station:  République
Area:  Canal St Martin
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2 people
33 m²
Studio bedroom

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Washer - Iron and Ironboard - Shower - Telephone - Refrigerator - Freezer - Dishwasher - Microwave - Vitro ceramic - Toaster - Coffee maker - Elevator - Security code - Balcony - No smoking
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The apartment is located in the area of Canal St Martin on Quai de Jemmapes in the 10th arrondissement. Still navigated this days, the canal St Martin is on of the most peaceful area of Paris and a very romantic place. Like the other Paris canals (St Denis and Ourcq), the 4.5 km St Martin Canal was built by order of Napoleon I between 1806 and 1825. The traffic is not heavy, the canal is maintly used by passanger river boats taking off at Port de l'Arsenal near Place de la Bastille. The area is full of trendy caf�s and restaurants. Place de la R�publique and Le Marais is just a 10 min walk from the apartment. Supermarkets and all kinds of stores in the neighbourhood.
The information given concerning the appartments have no leagal commitment. It might be subject to errors, omissions and it could be changed at any time without any prior notice. All measures are approximate.
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› Canal St-Martin & Buttes-Chaumont:
The 5-kilometre (3-mile) canal, opened in 1825, provides a connection between river Seine and l'Ourcq. It has long been loved by novelists, film directors and tourists alike. It is dotted with barges and pleasure boats that leave from the Port de l’Arsenal. At the north end of the canal is the Bassin de la Villette waterway and the elegant Neo-Classical Rotonde de la Villette, spe...
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