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Last Updated on 12th November 2020 by Sophie Nadeau

Hello and welcome back to the C’est la France podcast, an area of my content creation that I meant to spend a lot more time on this year, but somehow let fall by the wayside in lieu of other projects! The latest episode is all about the Mysteries of Montmartre.

If you haven’t listened to episode 1, then the idea of the Podcast is to create short bite-sized episodes all about discovering France as you’ve never heard of it before. Today, we’ll be discussing the mysteries of Montmartre. i.e. the 18th arrondissement of the city and the place where you’ll find the likes of the Sacré-Coeur Basilica, Place du Tertre, and plenty of pretty cobbled streets.

mysteries of Montmartre: sunset at Montmartre from in front of the Sacré Coeur

From forgotten vineyards to lost windmills and secret cemeteries, I’ll be taking you on a virtual tour of the city most visitors never get to experience. If you don’t have time to listen, then the key aspects we’ll be exploring include the Clos Montmartre, the Cimetière du Calvaire, and the lost windmills of Paris.

Each Wednesday going forwards, I hope to bring you a 10-15 minute episode about a various aspect of history or mystery from Paris and beyond. See you next time, I can’t wait to share more of Paris in audio form!

You can find a link to the podcast on Spotify here.

paris podcast: New Podcast, Episode 02: Mysteries of Montmartre

About Author

Sophie Nadeau loves dogs, books, Paris, pizza, and history, though not necessarily in that order. A fan of all things France related, she runs solosophie.com when she's not chasing after the next sunset shot or consuming her weight in sweet food. Currently based in Paris after studies in London, she's spent most of her life living in the beautiful Devonian countryside in South West England!

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