Place Saint-Michel, Paris
29 Quai Saint-Michel, 75005 Paris, France
Place Saint-Michel is located in the Latin Quarter, between the fifth and shestymm districts of Paris. It is famous fountain of St. Michael, built by the French architect Gabriel David in 1855. Originally intended to dedicate the fountain to Napoleon Bonaparte, but in the end won the current name. The construction is decorated with two dragons spouting streams of water in the bowl of the fountain. In the vicinity of the square is a number of attractions, including monuments Ile de la Cité, including the Palace of Justice..