Théâtre du Quartier latin

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The théâtre du Quartier latin is a former Parisian entertainment venue which was located 9 rue Champollion in the 5th arrondissement of Paris (Latin Quarter) and directed by Michel de Ré until 1956.


Coordinates: 48°50′58″N2°20′34″E / 48.8495°N 2.3429°E / 48.8495; 2.3429

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