The oldest tree in Paris

  • Paris, France
  • 6-8 Rue Saint-Julien le Pauvre, Paris, France 
  • The oldest tree in Paris grows into a small square René Viviani in the historical part of the city. Robin Wood is psevdoakatsiey.Prinyato believes that the tree was brought from North America and planted Jean Robin in 1601.

    Thus, if you believe the stories, tree grows well in this place for four centuries. By the way, though, and is considered the oldest tree in the capital, the debate about its present age do not stop.

    During the First World War, was severely damaged crown Robin and so now the tree is supported by two concrete pillars and is under state protection, pluck it is strictly not recommended.
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