Remarkable Trees

The remarkable tree is the tree that was noticed. It is distinguished from its congeners by its singularity, its morphology, identity or social role. Its administrative classification allows it to enter the natural, cultural and landscape patrimony.
The approximately 222 remarkable specimens listed in Paris belong to 80 different species of trees.
The plane trees (36) and beech trees (18), are best represented because of their longevity and stunning harbor.

 

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