Abes Square is a small triangular square established in 1799, built in the pseudo-Egyptian style. Its facade is decorated with statues of three goddesses, located at the beginning of Cairo Street. It was named to celebrate Napoleon’s Egyptian movement, and you can also see the Julu Gallery.
There are many open-air cafes and tea rooms in the square. You can sit quietly and watch the scenery on the square and chat with friends.
Abes Square is a very lively place. There are many places to watch in the entire square, including the huge ancient buildings here.
A typical European-style square, with many old buildings, very beautiful, you must take pictures