Squares in Paris France - Page 3



Now when you start looking at the many different squares around Paris, you will find some rather plain places, but there are also some really nice garden squares along with some small but romantic places, which have now become popular tourist attractions today.

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Place de Furstenberg Square


The Place de Furstenberg is located in the Saint-Germain des Pres area of Paris is mainly known today for being the place where Eugene Delacroix once resided.

Square Joel Le Tac In Paris


The Square Joel le Tac with its stone monument is located in the Montmartre area of Paris, but this was originally called Place Constantin Pecqueur.

Square Henri-Galli 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.

Square Brignole-Galliera Garden


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.

Square Paul Langevin Public Gardens


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.

Square Henry Pate


The Square Henry Pate is in the 16th Arrondissement of Paris on a private road, and was designed back in the 1920s with numerous apartments surrounding it.

Jardin Roger Priou Valjean Square And Garden


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.

Square Dupleix


The Square Dupleix is located in the 15th Arrondissement of Paris and has a traditional bandstand where you can hear live music being played.

Place Mazas Square


The Place Mazas in Paris is named after a colonel by Napoleon Bonaparte and this street come square is by the River Seine and has two different memorial plaques.

Square Carlo Sarrabezolles


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.

Square Du General Morin


The Square du General Morin is located along Rue Reaumur in front of the old priory called Saint-Martin-des-Champs that is home to Musee des Arts et Metiers.

Square Marcel Mouloudji


The Square Marcel Mouloudji with its modern fountain constructed of stainless steel was created in the 1980s, and is located close to the Canal de l'Ourcq.

Square Rene le Gall Formerly The Jardin des Gobelins


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.

The Place d'Italie Square


This large roundabout and intersection in Paris named Place d'Italie, has a green space with a fountain in the middle of it, and numerous restaurants close by.

Place Emile Male


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.

The Square de l'Aspirant-Dunand


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 Square Leopold Achille


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.

Square Michel Caldagues


This small garden in Paris called Square Michel Caldagues sits in front of the Eglise Saint-Germain l’Auxerrois church and to west side of the Louvre museum.

Square Gabriel Pierne In Paris


The unusual Square Gabriel Pierne is located within the 6th Arrondissement of Paris very close to the Institut de France and the River Seine.

Square Saint-Eloi


The Square Saint-Eloi within the 12th Arrondissement of Paris close to Gare de Lyon has been enlarged to include a fountain, childrens playground and much more.

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