The Saint-Germain Cemetery (cimetière Saint-Germain) or Saint-Pierre Cemetery (cimetière Saint-Pierre) was a rectangular cemetery in Paris, first attested in 1259 and used by Protestants from 1598 to 1604 onwards. It was sited in the north-west corner of the former rue Taranne and rue des Saints-Pères, alongside the chapelle des Saint-Pères (on the site now occupied by square de la Charité at 186 boulevard Saint-Germain. It measured 27 toise by 8 toise (54 m by 16 m). Its site is now covered by Square Taras-Chevtchenko.
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