Place de la Concorde

Place de la Concorde is one of the main town square in Paris, France. With an area of ​​8.64 hectares (21.35 acres) makes it as the largest square in Paris. This place is also making it as one of the sights in Paris.

Built in 1755, with the characteristic of this place is a monument and fountain. The name of this resort itself changed several times. Starting from the "Place Louis XV", "Place de la Révolution," and last "Place de la Concorde" as a symbol of reconciliation.

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