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Rue Norvins in Montmartre
Rue Norvins is the main artery of the old Montmartre, in the 18th arrondissement. It has been named after the historian Jacques Marquet de Montbreton, Baron de Norvins (1769-1854) since 1868. Traced in the 11th century, the street has kept most of its village houses. At the corner of rue Saint-Rustique (nine centuries old) is the restaurant Le Consulat, immortalised in paintings by Utrillo and Bernard Buffet. Once the consulate of Auvergne, it has now passed to Savoy, whose coat of arms it bears. Monet, Picasso, Van Gogh or Toulouse-Lautrec used to meet there.
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