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Abbey Saint-Victor

Monument in Paris

Former abbey of canons regular located in the 5th arrondissement of Paris, the abbey of Saint-Victor was founded in the twelfth century by Guillaume de Champeaux. After a few years, it became one of the most important centers of intellectual life in the medieval West, particularly in the fields of theology and philosophy.

Demolished in the first half of the eighteenth century, it was initially replaced by a wine hall, then by the faculty of science in the second half of the nineteenth century. Today, the former Saint-Victor abbey houses the sites of the Institute of Physics of the Globe and the University of Jussieu.

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Sunday 25 june
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Monday 26 june
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