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  • 1. Place des Vosges

    Marais Quarter

    The oldest square in Paris and—dare we say it—the most beautiful, Place des Vosges represents an early stab at urban planning. The precise proportions offer...Read More

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  • 2. Carré Roland Dorgelès

    Montmartre

    This unassuming square is a perfect place to take in two of Montmartre's most photographed sites: the pink-and-green Au Lapin Agile cabaret and Clos Montmartre,...Read More

  • 3. Place Dauphine

    Ile de la Cité

    The Surrealists called Place Dauphine "le sexe de Paris" because of its suggestive V shape; however, its origins were much more proper. The pretty square...Read More

  • 4. Place de la Concorde

    Louvre

    This square at the foot of the Champs-Élysées was originally named after Louis XV. It later became the Place de la Révolution, where crowds cheered...Read More

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  • 5. Place des Abbesses

    Montmartre

    This triangular square is typical of the countrified style that has made Montmartre famous. Now a hub for shopping and people-watching, the place is surrounded...Read More

  • 6. Place du Tertre

    Montmartre

    Artists have peddled their wares in this square for centuries. Busloads of tourists have changed the atmosphere, but if you come off-season—when the air is...Read More

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  • 7. Place St-Michel

    Latin Quarter

    This square was named for Gabriel Davioud's grandiose 1860 fountain sculpture of St. Michael vanquishing Satan—a loaded political gesture from Napoléon III's go-to guy, Baron...Read More

  • 8. Place Vendôme

    Louvre

    Jules-Hardouin Mansart, an architect of Versailles, designed this perfectly proportioned octagonal plaza near the Tuileries in 1702. To maintain a uniform appearance, he gave the...Read More

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  • 9. Square du Vert-Galant

    Ile de la Cité

    The equestrian statue of the Vert Galant himself—amorous adventurer Henry IV—keeps a vigilant watch over this leafy square at the western end of the Île...Read More

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