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Discover the Montparnasse district - Paris 14

Together with the Parc de Montsouris, Petit Montrouge and Plaisance districts, the Montparnasse district belongs to the 14th arrondissement of the city of Paris and is its 53rd administrative district. It is bordered to the north by Boulevard Montparnasse, to the south by Rue Daguerre and Boulevard Saint-Jacques, to the east by Rue du Départ and Avenue du Maine and to the west by Rue de la Santé.

Quartier Montparnasse - Paris 14


The Montparnasse district was named by students in reference to Mount Parnassus, home of the Muses in Greek mythology. It became a hive of intellectual and artistic effervescence in the Roaring Twenties. Many artists and intellectuals chose to settle in this area in the 1920s following the Universal Exhibition of 1889. The Montparnasse district went on to become the home of artists such as Pablo Picasso, Guillaume Apollinaire and Ernest Hemingway.

Cultural sites

At the heart of the intellectual and artistic life of the Roaring Twenties, the Montparnasse district has preserved a strong heritage from this emblematic period of Parisian life.


  • Theatres: the Montparnasse theatre, Bobino, the Gaîté Montparnasse, the Rive Gauche theatre are all located in the Montparnasse district. The neighbourhood is still a mecca for Parisian theatre today, and has been since the 1880s.
  • The Montparnasse Cemetery: located at 3 Boulevard Edgar Quinet, the cemetery is best known for its famous inhabitants. Charles Baudelaire, Guy de Maupassant, Simone de Beauvoir and the singer Serge Gainsbourg are buried there. It reflects the historical, intellectual and artistic soul of the Montparnasse district.
  • Observatoire de Paris: the Observatory is located at 61 Avenue de l’Observatoire in the Montparnasse district. It is the largest national centre for research in astronomy. The Paris site is open to the public.
  • The Cartier Foundation: located at 261 Boulevard Raspail, the Cartier Foundation for Contemporary Art offers an exhibition and creation space for artists from all over the world. The foundation moved to a building in Montparnasse in 1994, designed by the architect Jean Nouvel.



  • Square Claude-Nicolas Ledoux: designed as an English garden, it is accessible by metro line 6 (Denfert-Rochereau) and bus line 92 (Losserand-Maine).
  • Square Georges Lamarque: this park was renamed after the end of the Second World War. It is accessible by metro line 6 (Denfert-Rochereau) and bus line 88 (Denfert-Rochereau-Froidevaux).
  • Square de l’Abbé Migne: accessible by metro line 6 (Denfert-Rochereau) and by bus line 59 (Denfert-Rochereau).
  • Square Jacques Antoine: accessible by metro line 6 (Denfert-Rochereau), RER B (Denfert-Rochereau) and bus line 68 (Victor Considérant).



  • Delambre Primary School: 24 Rue Delambre, 75014 Paris.
    Access via metro line 6 (Edgar Quinet).


Nearby transportation

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RER      RER - Ligne B

Bus      Bus - Ligne 38  Bus - Ligne 59  Bus - Ligne 64  Bus - Ligne 68  Bus - Ligne 83  Bus - Ligne 88  Bus - Ligne 91  Bus Noctilien - Ligne N21

Properties for sale / rental in the neighbourhood

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