The Garden Landscape Guide

Parc Georges Brassens

On the site of a former slaughterhouse, this park was opened to the public in 1984. It was named after the poet and musician Georges Brassens who lived nearby (at 42 rue Santos-Dumont). The design is typical of its period, an early sign of the landscape and garden design enthusiasm which has blossomed in France since c1980.

Parc Georges Brassens, Rue des Morillons, Paris, France, 75015

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  • over 3 years by bonnie poppe 4 / 5

    A very well planned and useful garden in this busy edge of Paris neighborhood. It has kept some features of the slaughterhouses which add to the historic interest. The plantings are well done and its a nice spot to eat your sandwich. It also has a weekend book market under the old canopies of the horse auction area.

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