Place du Marché Sainte Catherine, Paris, France, 2012

Place du Marché-Sainte-Catherine is a public square located in the centre of the old Paris, close to everything. This small square is named after market installed in 1784 on the site of the former convent Sainte-Catherine-du-val-des-écoliers. It is surrounded by tall buildings built in the late 18th century, forming a homogeneous space, with mulberry trees planted in the centre.
Virtually closed to car traffic, with plenty of benches, several restaurants with beautiful patios it serves both tourists and locals.

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sociability
10
ceremonial
uses & activities
9
religious
access & linkages
9
social
x
comfort
10
residential
image
9
court yard or traffic circle
tourist value
9
with park
total
56
street, shopping

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