Author 'Spiros' (Id 193207 ) : I now leave the outlying districts of Paris with their new landscapes to introduce you to two secular monuments in the historic centre of the city.
The hotel de Sens, has an eventful history. Built in 1475 as the residence of the archbishop of Meaning of which depended on the bishopric of Paris, it was rented from 1689, when Paris became archbishop, and used for various activities (e-mail, glassware, canning, etc.). In 1911, purchased and restored by the city hall of Paris, the hotel became the bibliothèque Forney.
Photo taken on April 8, 2013 in Paris ' 4th arrondissement.