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A few steps away are the open-air art gallery of Place du Tertre and several museums displaying works by Renoir, Picasso, Dalí, and Toulouse Lautrec, who made this neighborhood an artists' colony.
Take time to wander the stone-paved lanes and discover old churches, hidden squares, little bakeries, and inspirational ateliers.
The house at Number 3 on the square was the "Mairie" (town hall) of the old village.
The narrow lanes surrounding the Place du Tertre invite visitors to explore.
Alternatively, from Rue du Cardinal Dubois, take the steps or the two-minute funicular ride.
Packed with colorful artists' stalls, this picturesque stone-paved square is an open-air art gallery that effuses the creative spirit of Montmartre.The church was created after the Franco-Prussian War as a symbol of hope.The Romanesque and Byzantine-style Basilica has multiple domes (resembling a decorative layer cake), earning it the nickname of the "Wedding Cake." Inside, the striking Christ of the Sacred Heart ceiling mosaic welcomes worshippers into the sanctuary.A few steps away, behind the Place du Tertre, is the Eglise Saint-Pierre de Montmartre at 2 Rue du Mont Cenis.This church is the relic of a 12th-century Benedictine Abbey, however the history dates back further.The Basilica's Terrace and Esplanade also offer panoramic views.