His great pang in Montmartre was the Russian poet, and legendary beauty, Anna Akhmatova.
But for my own part I'm well pleased at it, for it often enables me to go to Montmartre and work at my old little table.
They over-streamed the sides of Montmartre, as ants washed away by water.
True indeed everywhere, but particularly true on Montmartre.
Tom, it appeared, had a studio and bedroom up in Montmartre.
Thus the Panthéon, like Montmartre, fell almost without a struggle.
On Montmartre I know a picturesque and crowded corner which is simply Algiers.
She had left the high Montmartre cottage and had come down to keep house for Peter, his being a very simple menage.
At Montmartre carriages were requisitioned and taxi-cabs were at a premium.
General Susbielle marched on Montmartre with two brigades about 6,000 men strong.
district in Paris, from Latin Mons Martyrum "Martyrs' Mount," in reference to St. Denis, first bishop of Paris, beheaded here with two companions in 258. The older name was Mons Mercurii.