Paris Champs Elysees pictures - Unique Photos Gallery of the most famous avenue in the world spreading from Place de la Concorde to Arch of Triumph

See the very best of Paris : Please find herewith Champs Elysees pictures and Informations about it : History and Key figures - The most famous avenue in the world is one of the most visited place in the Paris... What are the things to do, places to eat and visits not to be missed : Follow the guide...

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Pictures of the Champs Elysees : Arch of Triumph, Place de la Concorde

Champs Elysees Avenue is 2km long and spread from the Place de la Concorde in the east, with its obelisk, to the Place Charles de Gaulle in the west, location of the Arc de Triomphe - Arch of Triumph with the Tomb of the unknown soldier. The Elysee Palace - Home of the French President is a little bit to the north, not on the avenue itself. The avenue is lined with cinemas, theaters, cafés and restaurants (most notably Fouquet's), and luxury specialty shops like Vuitton and Cartier... Here is our selection of photos of the Champs Elysees.

Champs Elysees Pictures

Beautiful fountain

On the Place de la Concorde

Tomb of unknown soldier

Under the Arch of triumph

French flag - 1st May

A large flag under the Arch

Lido cabaret

A legendary cabaret in Paris

History and figures

Champs Elysees Hotels

Tours - Things to do

Restaurants where to eat

Apartments for rent


Eiffel Tower

Louvre Museum


Orsay Museum

Marais Pictures

Rodin Museum


Arch of Triumph - Photo ® Guillaume Duchene

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Photos of the Champs Elysees Avenue - Place de la Concorde - Arch of Triumph - Lido

About the Place de la Concorde : The Place was designed by Ange-Jacques Gabriel in 1755 as a moat-skirted octagon between the Champs-Élysées to the west and the Tuileries Gardens to the east. The place is filled with statues and fountains... The center of the Place is occupied by a giant Egyptian obelisk decorated with hieroglyphics exalting the reign of the pharaon Ramses II. It once marked the entrance to the Luxor Temple. Place de la Concorde on Wikipedia

Pictures of the Champs Elysees on this website : Tomb of the unknown soldier :: Lido cabaret ::

A nice thing to do is to walk from the Place de la Concorde to the Arch of Triumph - A nice 2km walk on the most famous avenue of the world. The Champs-Elysées were originally fields and market gardens, until 1616, when Marie de Medici decided to extend the garden axis of the Palais des Tuileries with an avenue of trees... The Tuileries Palace has been destroyed but Champs Elysees remains ... Don't miss the Lido Cabaret on the right side.