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Veme district

Immobilier prestige luxe haut de gamme paris
Discreet, almost quiet, the Ve breathes calm and serenity. Here, the periods slip and the modes have no weight on secular culture. Beating like the historic heart of the capital, the Quartier Latin seems a little distant  from the top of its Sainte-Geneviève mountain, chameloned by its triumphant Pantheon. It is the neighborhood of walks, meditative wanderings, the dreams of children, researchers and intellectuals. It is a family neighborhood appreciate that tranquility, quality of its schools, two famous garden, the Jardin des Plantes and the Jardin du Luxembourg. The Romans did not deceive themselves by setting up their forum at rue Soufflot, but also the Cluny Thermes, the arenas of Rue Monge, whose remains can be admired.
Training Courses
The prestige of the district lies with in the reputed  schools and universities. Henri IV and Louis Le Grand have a reputation for excellence, from the results obtained at the Baccalaureate but also at the Concours National , as well as at the preparatory classes of the Grandes Ecoles. At the foot of the Pantheon, many parents seeking the best for their children are remaining in the neighborhood to able to attend the establishment.
The Sorbonne, founded by a theologian in the XIIIth century developed and became a faculty of letters and then science, to finally spread between four universities. Other educational institutions ensure the prestige of the Latin Quarter. The College of France, the Ecole Normale Supérieure, the Decorative Arts, the Curie campus with the National Superior School of Chemistry, as many chapels of knowledge and research that have formed illustrious intellectuals and Nobel prizes or writers.

Illustrious literature of literature

For years in the Ve, lovers of books have their top addresses. Blaise Pascal and René Descartes lived on Rue Rollin; A few steps from the Place de la Contrescarpe, Hemingway spent many beautiful years, as shown by «Paris is a Party». Hosted by Valery Larbaud de Cardinal Lemoine, James Joyce completed his masterpiece, Ulysses. André Breton and Philippe Soupault invented automatic writing from the Hotel des Grands Hommes de la Place du Panthéon. Georges Perec lived in Rue Linné, in the shadow of the Jardin des Plantes. The Ve has its history, its great men and its secrets. Losing yourself in medieval veneers is a delight, drinking tea at the  Grand Mosque de Paris or going to an exhibition at the Institut du Monde Arab, strolling in the garden of the Irish Cultural Center, the galleries of the Museum of Natural History, as many daily pleasures that make the charm of this historic quarter of the Capital.