The Fifteenth arrondissement is dominated by the Eiffel Tower. The vast area of “le quinzième” extends from the banks of River Seine to the neighbourhood of Montparnasse.
A few words about the 15th arrondissement
The Fifteenth arrondissement of Paris (le quinzième arrondissement) is situated on the left bank between the banks of River Seine and the 7th and 14th arrondissements.
The 15th arrondissement of Paris covers an area of 8.48 km2 and is Paris’ most populous arrondissement with a population of 238,395 (2011).
The 15th arrt includes the high-rise district of the Front de Seine (also known as Beaugrenelle), Paris’ tallest skyscraper (Tour Montparnasse) and the neighbourhoods of Grenelle and Vaugirard with their buzzing shopping streets.
Main places of interest in the 15th arrondissement
The main places of interest in the 15th arrondissement are:
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