The Odeon district stands in the 6th arrondissement of Paris, it revolves around the Théâtre De L'Odéon north of the Luxembourg garden and touches the Boulevard Saint Germain. It is known as the publishers' district. The crossroad of the Odéon opens onto the Cour du Commerce Saint-André: this passage with uneven paving stones shelters vestiges of the enclosure of Philippe-Auguste and the oldest café in Paris, the Procope, opened in 1688. Are you looking for the theater of Europe - formerly named Odeon Theater until 1990? There is little risk of missing it: this temple of the Age of Enlightenment shines in the center of the Place de l'Odéon since 1792.
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