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At one time there were many River Seine islands in Paris. Today there are two remaining islands forming the centre of Paris, the Île de la Cité and the Île Saint-Louis. The westernmost of these two island, Île de la Cité, represents Paris' heart and origin. Its main feature is Notre Dame cathedral which is a magnet for visitors from all corners of the globe. The island is home to the Paris Prefecture de Police, Palais de Justice, and Hôtel-Dieu hospital. The smaller Île Saint-Louis is now mainly residential although it was first used for for the grazing of market cattle and the stocking of wood.

Des Ducs De Bourgogne Hotel - 19 Rue Du Pont Neuf, Paris

Guests will find all of the finest amenities in each of the 48 rooms in this popular 3-star hotel Comfort and convenience are the hallmarks of Des Ducs De Bourgogne Hotel. Although the hotel is not directly on one of the islands it sits on the Rue Du Pont Neuf which leads strainght onto Île de la Cité.

Des Ducs De Bourgogne Hotel - 19 Rue Du Pont Neuf, Paris

The Île Saint-Louis - wikipedia

The Île Saint-Louis is one of two islands (the other being Île de la Cité) in the Seine river, in Paris, France. The island is named after King Louis IX of France (Saint Louis). The island is connected to the rest of Paris by bridges to both banks of the river and by the Pont Saint Louis to the Île de la Cité.

Île de la Cité - wikipedia

The Île de la Cité, one of two islands in the Seine (the other being Île Saint-Louis), is the centre of Paris and the location where the medieval city was refounded. The island is home to Notre Dame Cathedral.

Notre Dame - wikipedia

Notre Dame de Paris, often known simply as Notre Dame in English, is a Gothic cathedral on the eastern half of the Île de la Cité in Paris, France, with its main entrance to the west. It is still used as a Roman Catholic cathedral and is the seat of the Archbishop of Paris. Notre Dame de Paris is widely considered one of the finest examples of French Gothic architecture.

The Palais de Justice - wikipedia

The Palais de Justice is located in the Île de la Cité in central Paris, France. It is built on the site of the former royal palace of Saint Louis, of which the Sainte Chapelle remains. It houses various courts.

The Pont Neuf - wikipedia

The Pont Neuf, oddly enough, is the oldest standing bridge across the river Seine in Paris. Its name— the "new bridge"— which distinguished it from the old bridges that were lined on both sides with houses, simply stuck. Standing by the western point of the Île de la Cité, the island in the middle of the river that was the heart of medieval Paris, it connects the left bank, the Rive Gauche of Paris with the Rive Droite, the right bank.

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