The Rotunda, like Babel, looks like a hive.
Designed by Claude Nicolas Ledoux just before the French Revolution, the Rotunda is the work of a Utopian architect whose goal was to build more than to serve.
Today the Rotunda is like a lighthouse in the Parisian landscape. Located at the end of the Canal de l’Ourcq, it welcomes visitors eager and curious about new encounters.
The Rotonde intrigues, as much by its framework as by its unusual offer.
It is possible to eat a tip, sip a juice, hunt a funny object, make a bargain on the water, or take a break in the shade of the trees …
As in a bazaar it is good to get lost, and lose a little of his time.