The Oldest Tree in Paris ?

Robinier– In the Square René Viviani, alongside Saint-Julien-le-Pauvre church (a Melkite Greek Catholic parish church) and opposite Notre-Dame, 5th arrondissement.

– The King’s gardener, Jean Robin, planted some seeds in in the city in 1601 imported from North America, it became the Robinia pseudoacacia, in French “Robinier”.

– A cement structure supports the 15 meters high trunk,

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