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The Place de la Concorde (French pronunciation: [plas də la kɔ̃kɔʁd]) is one of the major public squares in Paris, France. Measuring 8.64 hectares (21.3 acres) in area, it is the largest square in the French capital. It is located in the city's eighth arrondissement, at the eastern end of the Champs-Élysées. It was the site of many notable public executions of royalty during the French Revolution.
13 days ago
We were lucky to be at this place where they have the biggest mobile Big wheel. We enjoyed the ride at night time. The view was spectacular. We went round the place and had a good time walking around and having Ice creams. It was quite safe even late at night.
3 days ago
It is the place where French revolution showed its lowest. Here executed the heroes of the revolution by their brothers in arms. It helps you reflect on what it was all about. Today there is one engraved stone burried in the ground to remind you that. I think it was the brightest and darkest chapter at the same time in French National history. Do visit to stand at the place where one stood a tall structure with a sparking blade at the top glistening silver in the bright sun shine that fell on the necks of the people who took the initiative to put it in place. Guillotine!!!
2 months ago
This is a must see stroll for a couple in love, any time of the year. Lot's of unseen Police presence, which is very nice. The park is amazing and it is much larger than it looks on the map. One end is the Louvre, the other end the Champs. Take a snack and look at the fountain, hear music in the background, this is Paris.
11 days ago
Very nice. If you go in the building right by the metro exit you will find an awesome book store mostly in French. Take the steps down in the book store, 2 levels, for a public restroom.
22 days ago
One of the touristy checkpoints of Paris, with a good view all around it. Too much traffic here most of the times though, the air feels stuffy, and chances of a good pic without many cars in them are very less. There is some history behind the Obelisk though.