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The Champs Elysees is a beautiful avenue in Paris connecting the place de letoile to the place de la Concorde It is 117 miles long and divided into two parts by the rond-point The Champs Elysees is laden with hundreds of shops ranging from fashion stores to restaurants and movie theaters It even hosts a couple of dance clubs The Champs Elysees is host to the Arc De Triomph and the Place Charles de GaulleThe Champs ElyseesElysian fields is Paris most famous avenue It is located on the right bank in Paris downstream of the seine river Its lined with beautiful gardens and hundreds of chestnut trees aligned in a single row Along the Champs Elysees is the rond-point which is a greatly landscaped circle that has magnificent fountains and formal flower beds trimmed to look like one massive bouquet At the western end of the champs elysees stands the arc de triomphe de letoile which means Arch of triumph of the star The emperor napoleon the first started to build the huge arch made of stone in 1806 and it was completed in 1836 The arch has seen some of Paris proudest moments and some of its more shameful and humiliating defeats notably the German troops marching under it that had come to symbolize Frances glory and prestige is still painful to the French It was built to commemorate napoleons victories The Arch is the largest triumphal arch in the world standing 163 feet high and 147 feet wide The arch rises in the place de letoile which means Square of the star one of more than 130 public squares in Paris Broad avenues extend from the etoile in 12 directionsAt the eastern end of the Champs Elysees is the place de la Concorde Square of peace This square was built during the 1700s Within it are eight huge statues two fountains and the 75-foot-high Obelisk of Luxor a four-sided stone pillar from Egypt
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