The Porte Saint-Denis is a Parisian monument located in the 10th arrondissement, at the site of one of the gates of the Wall of Charles V, one of Paris' former city walls. It is located at the crossing of the Rue Saint-Denis continued by the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis, with the Boulevard de Bonne-Nouvelle and the Boulevard Saint-Denis.
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Watch out for the pigeon poop.
Gate to the former city walls, now to the red light / fashion district
Nice place..street full of resturant.
Beautiful piece of history
It was one of many entrances into the old city
This is one of the great things about Europe. There are all kinds of neat historical landmarks hanging out right in the middle of intersections. I found this one on accident, but it's pretty neat.