Field of Mars
The famous garden next to the Eiffel Tower, the Champ de Mars
Champs de Mars
The Campo de Marte Park or Champ de Mars, is the famous garden located at the foot of the Eiffel Tower in Paris .
In its extensive length (780 meters long x 200 meters wide) they have happened , throughout history , multiple events relevant such as the 1971 massacre during the French Revolution , with the subsequent execution of his impeller Jean Sylvain Bailly in a guillotine in 1793, and others situations further happy as inauguration of the Iron Lady on the occasion of the Universal Exhibition of 1889.
That see in the Champs de Mars
The Field of Mars is one of the numerous Gardens in Paris where we find green areas, lagoons and fountains. There are also facilities sports facilities, such as basketball courts and children parks.
A lot of people visit the El Campo de Marte park to relax and rest leaning back about his friendly vegetation and contemplating the passage of tourists and the multiple visions possible of the Eiffel Tower.
It is an excellent place to drink photographs with the famous background tower.
In the few occasions in which it falls snow about Paris, this is one of the meeting points favorite of the Paris public.
Champ de Mars at night
A great plan can also be go lie down about the field one time finalized the day and now entering the night , after having tour and enjoyed Paris, to relax looking at the illuminated Eiffel Tower , one of the shows further beautiful in the city
The Field of Mars is a special garden to enjoy the day, and also to end it in the best way way .
2 Allée Adrienne Lecouvreur
75007 Paris, France
Metro: École Militaire, line 8
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