Etymology
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Montmartre

district in Paris, from Latin Mons Martyrum "Martyrs' Mount," in reference to St. Denis, first bishop of Paris, who was beheaded here with two companions in 258. The older name was Mons Mercurii. The modern cemetery there was opened in 1825.

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Definitions of Montmartre

Montmartre (n.)
the highest point in Paris; famous for its associations with many artists;
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