On the opposite end of Champs-Elys馥s from Arc de Triomphe, this Egyptian ob駘isque stands.
One of the world's most famous squares. Its dimensions are 360 m x 210 m. During the French revolution 1343 people were guillotined here. From here you can reach Concorde bridge. (in the picture)
The square is home to one of Paris' most prestigious hotels, the hôtel Crillon.
it has eight statues at the front of the building. These eight statues representing Frances largest cities
PLACE DE LA CONCORDE, one of the largest and most historically significant squares in Paris.
The Place was originally named Place Louis XV (after Louis XV).
Concorde and Obilisk: Place de la Concorde , this vast and elegant symbol of reconciliation after the revolution displays the 3000 years old Luxor's obelisk.
Assemblée Nationale: Facing the Luxor obelisk this neo-classic palace (18th) houses one of the two chambers of the french parliament
This square was made in the middle of the 1700. Here you will find a 3200 year obelix from Luxor in Egypt.
Two fontains and 8 statues.
Place de la Concorde and Jardin des Tuileries
The busiest square in Paris.
It's surrounded by statues representing most important french cities.
Place de La Concorde: See The Obelisque de Luxor- the oldest monument in Europe.
La Palace de la Concorde. It's amazing to see how Napoleon could bring that huge stuff all the way from Egypt.