Thursday, 18 July 2013

The squares of Paris












The squares, large "Napoleon" squares, I say, at looks like chivalrous that the world discovered, uncovered and discover again and again, sometimes call the visitor, the tourist to come here to sit on a bench on the edge of a fountain with delight when all of a sudden one, a fountain spews his nobility, his faith, not far from where distinctive buildings in Paris, the city of a thousand intentions ... What would Paris be without their places, without the golden shields that time gave rise, spring, as they poured water over a day .... Places, and fountains also knew and still know delight, we turn many pages that time left his dogma "warm", his deep thought and how cultural and carnal .....


The Paris squares each have a story, they outline a place, an art, a sign, what place sometimes when there appears the Place des Vosges, she called home victor hugo, art galleries, bistros so distinctive that this square that invites us to the banks of the Seine, the Hotel de Ville, so dear to the Parisian....

Squres lead the avenues, boulevards at the other end of the city to more carnal places, more rigorous, to blind alleys, passages...
Built in 17, 18th century, for the most part, they were born in a under a reign behind a design. Each to a drawing, a signature, a particular feature, which make their charms, their "ideologies", their distinction if penetrating .... Some are "Republican" history has modeled them, some are temporary, some are noble, some are more humble, a little hidden here and there, no less attractive and glowing ....








The squares on the website of City of Paris
http://www.paris.fr/accueil/culture/dossiers/places/rub_7174_dossier_59834_port_16597


List of squares of Paris
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Squares_in_Paris


Website of Art, heritage, in Paris, France
http://ns1.evene.info/culture/lieux/place-et-eglise-saint-sulpice-3607.php


Guide of paris to download, to print...
http://www.cityzeum.com/guide/rues-et-places-de-paris


City Tour in Paris

http://www.pariscityvision.com/en/paris-citytour-cdg-airport


The website of the France
http://www.france.fr/






















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