The 5 most secret streets in Paris

1) Square de Montsouris

This name of this ravishing private road, which is lined with individual houses and was built in 1922, refers to nearby Montsouris Park. The most spectacular house is located at the end of the road and was built by Le Corbusier for his friend, the painter Ozenfant. The house with half-timbering that was designed by the architect Gilbert Buisson, is also one of the eye-catchers in this street.

cobbled lane at Square de Montsouris

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8-12 rue Nansouty

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