Fontaine de Charonne
Fontaine de Charonne
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Neighbourhood: 11th Arr. - Popincourt
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  • Ledru-Rollin • 3 min walk
  • Bastille • 6 min walk

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gerdom59
Paris, France96,291 contributions
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Aug 2018 • Solo
Dans le 11ème arrondissement, à l'angle des rues du Faubourg Saint Antoine et de Charonne, dans l'alignement des immeubles, vous découvrirez cette fontaine monumentale d'une douzaine de mètres de hauteur. De style classique, également nommée "Fontaine de Trogneux", sa construction s'est réalisée de 1719 à 1724 sous la coupe de l'architecte Jean Beausire. Elle faisait partie de cinq fontaines prévues pour l'adduction d'eau du Faubourg Saint Antoine. Aujourd'hui, il ne reste qu'elle et la fontaine de la "Petite Halle". Elle présente un fronton triangulaire de style Louis XV, des bas-reliefs et à sa base deux mascarons en bronze représentant des têtes de lion d'où sort l'eau qui s'écoule dans une grille du sol. Cette fontaine a été classée aux Monuments Historiques en 1995. Vous pouvez venir en métro, ligne 8, station "Ledru-Rollin".
Written 25 August 2018
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