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Sign: Paris - Gardens - Bréguet-Sabin


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36 Bd Richard-Lenoir, 75011 Paris, France
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On the sign:
VILLE DE PARIS

Promenade Richard Lenoir-Square Bréguet-Sabin
1920

Ce square est l’un des quatre jardins qui composent la promenade Richard-Lenoir, construite sur voûte depuis Haussmann, dont les récents aménagements ont été pensés pour rappeler l’existence du canal Saint-Martin sous les pavés. Le square rend hommage aux trois générations de la famille d’ingénieurs Breguet (du 18e au 20e siècle), et à Charles-Pierre d’Angelenne de Saint-Sabin, premier échevin de la Ville de Paris sous Louis XVI.

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Sign in a series of signs placed by the municipality of Paris describing the history of the city’s gardens.

The garden is one of the four gardens that make up the promenade of Richard-Lenoir

The garden was photographed on the same day Click for a larger image

Translation of the text on the sign:
CITY OF PARIS

Promenade Richard Lenoir-Square Bréguet-Sabin
1920

This square is one of the four gardens that make up the Richard-Lenoir promenade, built on a vault since Haussmann, whose recent developments have been designed to recall the existence of the Saint-Martin canal under the cobblestones. The square pays homage to the three generations of the Breguet family of engineers (from the 18th to the 20th century), and to Charles-Pierre d’Angelenne de Saint-Sabin, first alderman of the City of Paris under Louis XVI.

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