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Landmarks in Paris France - Page 9

You can find many different types of landmarks all around Paris, including some very historical gardens, parks and square, along with old churches, waterways and canals, interesting buildings you can enjoy, with a large majority of these being free of charge to enjoy.

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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.

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.

Place de la Nation
The squares official name is Square de la Place de la Nation, and this is a large intersection with gardens and statues called Le Triomphe de la Republique.

Place du Pantheon
The Place du Pantheon is located within the 5th Arrondissement of Paris, and as the name suggests, is the square that is home to the burial place The Pantheon.

Barriere du Trone and the Colonnes du Trone
The historical Throne Barrier with its two columns were constructed in the 1700s as a gateway within the Wall of the Farmers General right next to Place du Trone.

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.

Place Vauban Square
This 1780 semi-circular square in Paris called Place Vauban, is located on the south side of Les Invalides and has a statue of Marie Emile Fayolle.

Place Denys Cochin Square
This Paris square is located close to Les Invalides and was officially named Place Denys Cochin on the 24th December 1930 after a French writer and politician.

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 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.

Historical Wall of the Farmers General
Designed by the architect Claude Nicolas Ledoux this historical wall around Paris was built in the 1700s in order to collect taxes on goods entering the city.

Place Edmond Rostand
This square in Paris is named after the French writer and poet Edmond-Rostand and is located in the 6th Arrondissement of Paris next to the Luxembourg gardens.

Eglise Saint-Etienne-du-Mont Catholic Church
Discovering the Eglise Saint-Etienne-du-Mont in the 5th Arrondissement of Paris which is a historical Catholic church open daily to visitors and pilgrims.

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