The Temple Paris is one of the administrative districts of Paris. This neighborhood, second smallest of the twenty total arrondissements, is perched on the right bank of the Seine River. The northern part of the medieval Le Marais district is located in this arrondissement. It is a quiet neighborhood, especially when compared to the southern part of this same district. The oldest privately-owned home in the city was built in 1407, and can be found in the Temple Paris.
The former medieval Temple Fortress in Paris with its Grosse Tour and Tour de Cesar are no more, but the land it was built on is now the home of the Temple Paris metro stop. Other points of interest in Temple Paris include the museums Carnavalet Museum, the Musee de la Poupee, the Musee de la Serrure, the Musee de la Chasse et de la Nature, and several more.
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