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Paris Arrondisements wikipedia
1e Louvre – – – – – – – 11e Popincourt
2e Bourse – – – – – – – 12e Reuilly
3e Temple – – – – – – – 13e Gobelins
4e Hotel de Ville – – – – – – – 14e Observatoire
5e Pantheon – – – – – – – 15e Vaugirard
6e Luxembourg – – – – – – – 16e Passy
7e Pailais Bourbon – – – – – – – 17e Batignolle Monceau
8e Elysee – – – – – – – 18e Butte Montmartre
9e Opera – – – – – – – 19e Buttes Chaumont
10e Entrepot– – – – – – –20e Menilmontant

Paris Quarters wikipedia

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Arondissments

Paris Travel Map (New York Times)

Paris is divided into 20 districts or Arrondissments a roh(n) dees mah(n)

We have over a dozen guide books, e-books and maps purchased in anticipation of our travels. Among all the maps purchased, our favorite was found in a Lonely Planet Paris Guide – inserted at the back by perforation. When unfolded, it is slightly larger than a place-mat (15″ x 21″), clearly labels all streets, names all metro stations and includes an insert of the Paris Metro system.
Our friend, a more seasoned traveler carries a map obtained among the free brochures at a hotel desk. Her version is printed on more durable paper, slightly larger to accommodate advertising, but is actually more detailed. It lacks complete index of all streets, landmarks and attractions, but it is FREE. This one, “Le Plan de Paris” is distributed by Printemps, a luxury department store.

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