Address Au Marché Montmartre 56 Rue des Trois Frères, 75018 Paris, France

Au marché Montmartre in the 18th arrondissement of Paris has been known since the filming of Amélie.

Au marché Montmartre is a small neighborhood grocery store selling fruits, vegetables, creamery products and frozen foods. It was discovered by Jean-Pierre Jeunet who decided to shoot several scenes of his film Amélie. He renamed it Au marché de la Butte.

Its owner, Ali, has kept the decorations, including the famous sign “Maison Collignon” and many press clippings. It is also possible to buy postcards from the film.

This iconic place is also used as a set in the series Sense8 when the cab taken by Rajan drops him off right in front of it.

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