Champ de Mars is a large public green space in Paris, France. It is located in the seventh arrondissement, between the Eiffel Tower in the northwest and the military academy in the southeast. The park is named after the god of Roman wars, indicating that it was used as a marching ground by the French army.
The Champ de Mars in Paris is located under the famous Eiffel Tower. It is a large public green area with a wide lawn and a very large musical fountain. Flowers bloom all year round. The Champ de Mars overlooks the Champ de Mars from the Eiffel Tower. It is very magnificent. It is one of the must-see attractions in Paris.
The main purpose of coming here is He Yingqin and the Eiffel Tower. In fact, most people can find their own fun and taking pictures in the huge space here. The angle of the toast left by the World Expo was not filled with buildings like other areas but formed. A huge urban green lung. Fully set off the majestic Eiffel Tower
Along the way from the Eiffel Tower, is Ares Square. The former military school's military training base, now a large green lawn, is the best view of the Eiffel Tower.
The Champ de Mars is one of the oldest and most beautiful squares in St. Petersburg. The scale of the square was gradually formed, and the peak of the construction project was in the 1820s. Before that, it was called a playground, and later it was used as a royal meadow. Amusement activities are often held here and fireworks are set off. Since the 19th century, it has become a place for military parades and military drills. Therefore, it is called the Plaza de Mars. A statue of the famous Russian commander-in-chief Suvorov stands on the square. On the side of the square is the Paplovsky Barracks. The barracks building is hundreds of meters wide and majestic. In the center of the square is the Monument to the Heroes of the Revolution. With the monument as the center, several forest vaginas extend in different directions. Between the boulevards are lawns dotted with bushes. The entire square is surrounded by woods and lawns.