The rue Mouffetard in Paris

This small street in the Latin Quarter is famous for having many food shops. This video begins near Maubert-Mutualité station and works to the south.

"The origins of this thoroughfare are ancient, dating back to Neolithic times. As with today's rue Galande, rue Lagrange, rue de la Montagne Sainte-Geneviève and rue Descartes, it was a Roman road running from the Roman Rive Gauche city south to Italy." Source: Wikipedia

Popular Latin Quarter Place to Meet, Eat, and Drink

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