Catacombes de Paris
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A veritable labyrinth in the heart of underground Paris, a unique site in old quarry galleries. Open to the public in 1809, the largest ossuary in the world houses the remains of several million Parisians as the cemeteries in Paris closed. Punctuated by shapes inspired by bones, the Paris Catacombs bookshop-boutique was designed as a place of reference in the symbolic universe of death. Very bright, the space contrasts with the darkness of the Catacombs and offers an experience that is both educational and fun. The bookstore-boutique offers a selection of books intended for lovers of the history of the catacombs, and more generally for those looking for a little thrill. It's hard to resist the temptation to treat yourself to an exclusive and unusual souvenir. All you have to do is choose between an object in the shape of a skull or bones (candies, candles, spoons and pans, pencils and erasers, games, jewelry) and a skull accessory (T-shirts, sweatshirts, caps, bandanas) ...

21 Bis Avenue René Coty, 75014 Paris