By Michael Westra

“Exiled” in St-Germain – Part I

The neighborhoods of the Sixth Arrondissement have charms to last a lifetime

In ancient Rome, the Caesars practiced a special form of punishment on political rivals whom they did not want (or could ill-afford) to have executed, but whom they wanted to be rid of. The punishment: EXILE. The most famous recipient of this brand of imperial justice was Augustus Caesar’s own daughter, Julia. For her treacherous…

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