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Square
Candy YangAs its name suggests, this is a large square with a large statue of the goddess overlooking all living beings and a central fountain. Here you can see the old exchange and stock exchange, countless restaurants and roadside cafes, and the main tourist office is next to the square. You can get there by public transportation, both by bus and subway. It is quite centrally located in the ancient city of Lille and is a good place to visit.
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Featured Neighbourhood
翱翔的大鲨鱼It should be a medieval town that tourists will not miss. The buildings and streets are very old-fashioned. The blue sky and white clouds are really beautiful! There is also a canal running through it. If you have time, you might as well take an hour to sit. Take a cruise, you can see the scenery and the whole town of the whole town.
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Museum
Candy YangThis museum is not far from the center of Lille. It is located in a magnificent old building, because of the scaffolding, the current landscape is a bit unclear. Each entry costs 7.00 Euros. There are very good security procedures at the entrance. The house inside is big and beautiful. We especially like the exhibition of a chef in Paris. It includes the menu of the restaurant of the past period. There are many places to visit here and it is worth visiting. There is also a cafe on the first floor.
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Church
Candy YangWhen we entered the church, we did not know what to expect to see. The exterior of the church is very modern, but it is also influenced by Gothic architecture. We have visited many cathedrals in Europe, but this one is very different. The internal architectural structure design is traditional, but the decoration is full of modern art elements. Even the cross on the altar is woven from three colored ribbons. Built in the 20th century, this church is much more lively than the 17th century churches we have seen before. There are many shops and cafes nearby.
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Famous Residences
Museum
qqwppThe former residence of Charles de Gaulle is hidden in the residential area of Lille. Because of its remote location, there are fewer tourists. However, you can read the introduction and understand the General Charles de Gaulle who established the Fifth Republic of France. It will not be crowded. The quality of the visit is very good. Tickets for the attractions here are 5 euros, and students or people under 26 years old are 3 euros. You can borrow the guidebook for free when you enter the tour, but only in English and French. The former residence of Charles de Gaulle in Lille was actually the home of Charles de Gaulle’s grandfather, but he spent his childhood here, and his life with his grandparents also greatly affected him. It is reported that Charles de Gaulle has always wanted to return in his later years. When I arrived in Lille, I was unable to do so due to various reasons. In the former residence of Charles de Gaulle, there is a detailed introduction of Charles de Gaulle’s military and political career from childhood to youth to his later years, as well as his life, his family, changes in concepts, political setbacks, and the influence of Charles de Gaulle on France. Let you clearly understand this Yuan who is extremely important in French history, instead of mentioning that De Gaulle only thinks of airports and building blocks. In addition, the former residence also restores the life of Charles de Gaulle's family back then. It also has a brief introduction to each room and hall with different functions.
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Historical Architecture
qqwppThe old stock exchange of Lille is located in the center of the old city of Lille, next to the main square of Lille, where many street performers perform. The entire stock exchange is square-shaped, with ornate decorations and fine carvings, showing the prosperity of Lille and the prevalence of commerce. In the middle of the building is a small square, similar to a patio. On weekdays, there will be many old book stalls or small vendors selling old postcards or old CDs. They are all very old and small things from some ages. Take a stroll. It is very interesting, the price is not expensive, there will be many people playing chess and so on here. Holidays are even more interesting. Every Saturday and Sunday, this small square will become a small ballroom. Music is played. Pairs of old and new lovers dance in the square, dancing waltz, tango, etc. People have returned to Medieval Europe!

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