This garden originally dates to 1564, when Catherine de Medici had it constructed as a reminder of her home in Italy. Historically, it marked one of the first times that Paris displayed beauty and elegance outdoors rather than only inside. Boasting lovely trees and flowers, the garden is a peaceful place to spend an afternoon. Visitors should take time to view the intricate designs of the stone sculptures.
Metro: Tuileries, Concorde
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