Gardens and parks in Paris France - Page 2
You can find many different gardens and parks around Paris, with many of these being dedicated to individuals or groups of people like World War II victims, so when visiting these gardens you can often find different monuments that have been installed within the parks.
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The Square Jean XXIII is located to the side and back of the Notre Dame Cathedral, and is a tranquil garden with a fountain, numerous park benches and bandstand.
- Photos of Square Jean XXIII
The Square de la Place des Martyrs Juifs du Veledrome d'Hiver is dedicated to the Jewish that were rounded up in Paris during World War II.
- Photos of Place des Martyrs
The Jardin Atlantique is a public garden in Paris that is located above the Gare Montparnasse train station, and this garden has its own specific theme that relates to the ocean hence the name Atlantic Garden.
The small Square Georges Cain in Paris is home to a 17th century statue sculpted by Laurent Magnier and one from the 1990s called Rossignol de Heinz.
The Place de la Porte Maillot square and park is close to the Palais de Congress on the axis in between the Arc de Triomphe and the Grande Arche.
The Montholon square in Paris was created in the 1860s and has two enormous plane trees, along with numerous other trees, bushes, flowers and large statue.
The Andre Lefevre Square and garden in Paris is next to the Eglise Saint-Severin church, and has a childrens playground and statue of Emile Verhaeren.
The Jardin du Port de l'Arsenal Garden is located within the Port de l'Arsenal and next to the pleasure boat marina on Canal Saint Martin in Paris.
This square in Paris was created in 1925 and has a childrens playground, park benches and a vestige from the former Bastille prison discovered in 1899.
The Square Brignole-Galliera was first laid out in the 19th century and is part of the Palais Galliera museum in Paris constructed by Marie Brignole-Sale.
This small garden and square in Paris is named after the French sculptor Charles Marie Louis Joseph Sarrabezolles who died in the February of 1971.
The Square Paul Langevin is not far from Notre Dame and its public gardens are host to a childrens playground, statues and a fountain dating from the 1700s.
This square with its gardens on Rue du Figuier was created and named in memory of a French resistance Fighter and Paris councillor Roger Priou Valjean.
The Square Dupleix is located in the 15th Arrondissement of Paris and has a traditional bandstand where you can hear live music being played.
With numerous species of trees, plants, flowers, botanicals along with its open grass areas the Parc Sainte-Perine is a popular park with locals and tourists.
The gardens within Square Rene le Gall have been expanded over the years and now provide park benches, a rose garden, childrens playground and more.
You can find the Jardin Francoise-Giroud Gardens with its water fountain and statue of Alphonse Juin in the centre of a large roundabout at Place d’Italie.
This square in Paris within the Latin Quarter was named after the historian Emile Male, and is located by the Arenes de Lutece which is a Roman Arena.
This square in Paris has a childrens playground, basketball court, a memorial statue and a small water fountain, plus access to a municipal swimming pool.
The Leopold Achille square and park is located in the 3rd Arrondissement and Marais area of Paris next to mansion houses and the Musee Carnavalet.
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