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Witchcraft Street, Episode 21

The Bièvre is a 32.8 kilometre-long river of the Île-de-France région that flows into the Seine in Paris. The name translates to “Beaver River” in English. There’s more information about it in the notes for Episode Two. The Parisian sewer system dates back to the year 1370 when the first underground system was constructed under

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Witchcraft Street, Episode Two

  Notations “La Bievre” runs under the fifth and thirteenth arrondissements of Paris, and was covered in 1912 after centuries of service to dyers, tanners and other crafts people. The river itself originates 33 kilometres from Paris in the Yvelines (near Versailles) and feeds into the Seine at Gare d’Austerlitz. The Bièvre was once a

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