A district of northern Paris, named after the hill it sits upon. It has long been famous as an artistic area, favoured by the likes of Monet and Picasso. It is also the home of the infamous clubs Le Chat Noir and Moulin Rouge. At the top of the hill sits the stunning white dome of the Basilica of the Sacré Cœur, built between 1876 and 1912. The site remains popular with artists and is a key tourist destination.