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In context : From Rome to Babylone through Luxembourg
(From : César's Centaur). Following de Sèvres street, you'll find Récamier street on your right.
At the end of a very nice little pedestrian cul-de-sac street, surrounded by restaurants and luxurious buildings, is a charming public garden where a cascading basin, a fountain, a weeping beech and other plants make for a very relaxing place. There is also a small children area.
In the XIXth century, Chateaubriand and his friend Madame Récamier used to stroll in the not-yet-public garden.