Gardens and parks in Paris France - Page 4
When walking around Paris you will find many different parks and gardens, which range from small peaceful places to relax in and enjoy the flowers, trees and shrubs, through to large open space that are also utilised for major celebration and Paris events throughout the year.
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The Jardin Des Grands Explorateurs
This garden is named after two explorers and in fact is two separate gardens where you can discover statues and the famous Fontaine des Quatre Parties du Monde.
Square Abbe Migne
This Paris square and garden is located within Place Denfert-Rochereau behind the East Pavillons d’Enfer building and was named after a French priest
The Jardin Marco Polo Inside Luxembourg Gardens
The Marco Polo garden is one of two gardens located within the Jardin des Grands Explorateurs, which itself is an extension the Luxembourg Gardens in Paris.
The Parc Kellerman
This large park has different areas one mainly to sports with fitness circuits, and then you have a cascade style fountain, ponds and lovely lawns for picnics.
Square Claude-Nicolas Ledoux
This Paris square is dedicated to the French architect Claude-Nicolas Ledoux and within its English style garden you can also find the statue of Ludovic Trarieux.
The Jardin Robert Cavelier De La Salle
The Robert Cavelier de la Salle garden is one of two gardens within the Jardin des Grands Explorateurs, which is an extension the Luxembourg Gardens in Paris.
Parc de la Butte du Chapeau Rouge
Located on a hill this Paris park offers meandering paths with a ornamental fountain, statues, childrens playground, open grass areas and lovely views over the city.
The Square Boucicaut In Paris France
Located in the 7th Arrondissement the Square Boucicaut was named after Aristide Boucicaut, who created the first department store in Paris called Le Bon Marche.
Square Cambronne in the 15th Arrondissement
Located in the 15th Arrondissement of Paris the Square Cambronne is dedicated to a French General and is home to a rather nice animal statue of a lion.
The Orangerie Inside Jardin Du Luxembourg
The historical orangerie building inside the Luxembourg gardens is still used today for nurturing orange trees, citrus crates, date palms and pomegranates.
Square Gaston Baty In Paris
This Paris square in the Montparnasse area was named after French playwright Gaston Baty, and has a childrens playground and statue of Chaim Soutine.
Square Sarah Bernhardt
Named after the actress Sarah Bernhardt this Paris square has over 190 trees with 50 different species along with bushes, flowers and a large childrens playground.
Square Jacques Antoine
This square in Paris is found within the Place Denfert-Rochereau and was name after the architect Jacques Antoine who designed the building for the French Mint.
Jardin du Monument aux Meres Francaises
Designed in 1938 this garden in Paris was created to honour the women who had to raise children on their own while their husbands went to fight during World War I.
Square Garibaldi In The 15th Arrondissement
Located in The 15th Arrondissement of Paris Square Garibaldi has a childrens playground and a monument dedicated to the Italian Giuseppe Garibaldi.
Square des Missions Etrangeres in Paris
This Paris square has beautiful flowerbeds with different plants and flowers along with horse chestnut, Japanese cherry trees, plus has a childrens playground.
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