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Place Jean-Marais is a square in the 18th arrondissement of Paris, 30 m by 15 m which serves the streets of Mont-Canis, Norvins and Saint-Rustique.

It is located in front of the square of the Saint-Pierre de Montmartre church, near the Place du Tertre, at the top of the Montmartre hill.

It is named after the French actor Jean Marais (1913-1998), who was also a sculptor. The statue "Passe Muraille" located on Place Marcel Aymé (100 m from Place Jean Marais) is of his hand. "Passe Muraille" is a book by the author Marcel Aymé who lived for a long time on the Butte Montmartre.

It bears this name since the decree of the city council of Paris dated March 13, 20071.

It was inaugurated on April 26, 2008 by Daniel Vaillant, mayor of the 18th arrondissement of Paris, in the presence of Christophe Caresche, deputy of the eighteenth district of Paris, and of the cabaret director Michou (director of the Cabaret Michou, at no. 80 rue des Martyrs, who died in 2020, and is buried in the Saint-Vincent cemetery in Montmartre).

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Place Jean Marais
75018 Paris

  • Place in front of church Saint Pierre de Montmartre
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Place Jean Marais
75018 Paris

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Sexagesimal (°, ', ") 48° 53′ 12″ N 2° 20′ 29″ E
Degré décimal (GPS) 48.88671 2.34128
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Square Jean Marais is in the 18th arrondissement of Paris, 30 m by 15 m which serves the streets of Mont-Cenis, Norvins and Saint-Rustique.

It is located in front of the square of the Saint-Pierre de Montmartre church, near the Place du Tertre, at the top of the Montmartre hill.

It is named after the French actor Jean Marais (1913-1998), who was also a sculptor. The statue "Passe Muraille" he made of the "Passe-Muraille" hero of Marcel Aymé is Place Marcel Aymé in Montmartre, a few 100 m away. "Passe Muraille" is a book by the author Marcel Aymé who lived on the Butte Montmartre, rue Norvins, where he died. Jean Marais lived a long also a long time on La Butte de Montmartre.

The square Jean Marais bears this name since the decree of the city council of Paris dated March 13, 20071.

It was inaugurated on April 26, 2008 by Daniel Vaillant, mayor of the 18th arrondissement of Paris, in the presence of Christophe Caresche, deputy of the eighteenth district of Paris, and of the cabaret director Michou (director of the Cabaret Michou, at no. 80 rue des Martyrs, who died in 2020, and is buried in the Saint-Vincent cemetery in Montmartre).

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