Dudley Garden is a must-check-in place every time you go to Paris. However, never choose a good, crowded and comfortable time. You must find a sunny, windy or cold day. Sitting next to the fountain, throwing bread to the Mandarin ducks, sunbathing in the sun with closed eyes, and experiencing a leisurely French romance
Du Leli Garden is the huge garden between the Louvre and the Shangris Avenue. The Orange Garden Art Museum is also here. The square has fountains of all sizes and abstract sculptures of the old and modern times. At the same time, visitors and squirrels, pigeons can live in harmony. It is very leisure and suitable for relaxation.
After visiting the Louvre and passing through the Little Arc de Triomphe, we came to Dulley Garden. The garden was very big and beautiful. There were fountains and ducks playing in the central pool of Dulley Garden. There were many chairs beside the pool. We could move freely. We rested there, basked in the sun, watched others feed pigeons, and felt the leisurely and quiet life of Parisians. Later, the weather became more and more cloudy, so we had to leave.
Paris's Dudley Garden is a royal garden, where there is a large artificial lake, Salt Lake carved with many animal statues. Every day the fountain in the lake erupts ten times, with the music here, it is very beautiful. The garden is also full of flowers all the year round. It is absolutely a rare garden in Paris.
Sitting on a bench with maple leaves floating in Dudley Garden, I felt like I was walking to the movies. Makaron was delicious and soft. There was a feeling that I was eating a girl's crisp breast. Concorde Square was the last place to regret. The first day of seeing Paris panoramic in the Montmartre Heights, covered by mist and morning light, I felt tired. I walked about 10 kilometers. Now the only feeling is to go back to the hotel early for a rest.
We walked along the river until we reached the Louvre. We said goodbye to the Seine River, crossed the Louvre Square and entered Dudley Park. Located between the Louvre Palace and the Concorde Square, Du Leli Park was built in 1644. It covers 25 hectares of land and is basically covered by trees and green lawns, with beautiful statues and leisure crowds scattered around the green space. We headed from the small Arc de Triomphe in front of the square to the Concorde Square, and rested for half an hour in the shade to see the scenery and eat something. The Arc de Triomphe was built to celebrate Napoleon's victory in a series of wars in 1805. Between the red and white marble columns are three arches, with four gilded galloping horses from St. Mark's Church in Venice, Italy, on the top. The original (which we saw 22 days ago) has been returned to Italy. Now it is a replica, and a carriage and the Statue of Peace have been added. Then he went back to Concorde Square,...
Near the Seine! Before entering the Louvre, you will see a large lawn, which is scattered and consistent, and seems to have seen a picture in a jewelry advertisement on TV! The green lawn, the tall trees cut in different places, behind which is the French architecture, very beautiful pictures... It's worth sitting down, stunned!