from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A hill and district of northern Paris, France, on the Right Bank. It is noted for its nightlife and for its associations with artists such as Van Gogh, Toulouse-Lautrec, and Utrillo. The original village of Montmartre was annexed by Paris in 1860.
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- proper n. A town located in Northern Paris, France.
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- n. the highest point in Paris; famous for its associations with many artists
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There was -- everybody basically frequented this small area in Paris known as Montmartre and Mont Parnasse.
Actually, I'm living in Paris, and I live in Montmartre, which is just at the bottom of Sacre Coeur, so it is 10 minutes away from Sacre Coeur.
It recalls the Montmartre days of the artist when he was acquainted with Paul Gauguin and Toulouse-Lautrec.
And I discovered the Dreyfus Marché St. Pierre, in the eponymous textile quartier of Montmartre, which is where you must go if you want to win that contest.