Jardin de la Nouvelle France, Paris
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Just behind the Grand Palais and next to Palais Decouvert you will find a lovely little garden hidden in plain sight. You would walk past without knowing it was there. It is really lovely. We visited ... read more »
C'est étonnant de voir un tel jardin a 2 pas des champs élysées. Magnifique mais petit. Ça vaut le coup d'y allerIt's amazing to see such a garden has 2 steps from the champs Elysées. Beautiful but small. It's worth to go thereshow original
Ce petit jardin initialement appelé " Jardin de la Vallée Suisse " date de 1900 et de l'Exposition Universelle , avec son Pavillon Suisse . Il se situe le long du quai Rive droite , à l'intersection d... read more »This initially called garden 'Garden of the Valley Switzerland' date of 1900 and the universal exhibition, with its flag Switzerland. It is located along the right bank Quay, at the intersection of l ' avenue Franklin Roosevelt and of course the Queen, on the Place of the Canada. It is located behind the Palais de la Découverte and the Grand Palais, in the 8th arrondissement. It is in the "English" style and was inspired by Haussmann-style gardens imitating nature with a small valley, where is to be accessed via a staircase from under a porch of stones, with a pond, a trail and a flowery bridge. Shading and plantations, trees give it a really charming air. Benches allow for to sit in the shade. A part of the garden is located at the level of the street, with plantings and lawn. In 1910, a monument in honor of the poet Alfred de Musset was erected on the side of the course the Queen. It represents the "dream of poet" within a framework of Greek temple consisting of allegories carved such as muses and nostalgic love, in a block of white marble in 2010, the Council of Paris decided to honor the discoverers French in North America and the Foundation of French Canada from 1534 to 1763. Moreover, place Canada, are busts of Jacques Cartier and Samuel Champlain. An engraved bronze plaque, also indicates the presence of a sugar maple of Canada offered by the city of Montreal. The beautiful season, this garden is a true haven of peace and tranquility in this rather lively. You can also enjoy lawns that are located on the rear of the Grand Palais. Access from the garden is done by metro stations "Champs Elysées Clémenceau" lines 1 and 13 and "Franklin D Roosevelt" lines 1 and 9show original
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