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History and visit the Champ de Mars in Paris
The Champ de Mars is in the 7th arrondissement of Paris on the Avenue Adrienne Lecouvreur. IL extends over an area of 24.3 hectares. This is a huge park which is located between the Eiffel Tower and the Ecole Militaire. The creation of this beautiful garden was made in 1908. It is a place steeped in history.
The Champ de Mars is a large garden which measures 780 meters long and 220 meters wide. The name of this garden comes from the Roman god of war: "Mars." During the revolution, the Field of Mars changed its name as the field federation and field meeting.
The place was formerly a place of training for the youngest of the military school. The Feast of the Federation was celebrated in this place July 14, 1790. By cons, shootings have occurred on 17 July 1791. Currently, the Champ de Mars is a place that brings together numerous activities and sports culture.
The garden consists of various infrastructure and statues. Busts of famous character adorn the Champ de Mars as the bust of Gustave Eiffel by Antoine Bourdelle made in 1927, Lucien Guitry bust made by Paul Röthlisberger in 1931, the bust of General Gustave Ferrié made by Sicard in 1933.
There is the majestic statue of Marshal Joffre directed by Maxime del Sarto in 1939. The presence of the peace wall and the monument of human rights characterizes the Champ de Mars. Gardens for children and sports fields are present in this site.
Transfer to the Champ de Mars in Paris The Champ de Mars is localized at 21 km from Orly Airport to 32.8 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 88.5 km from the airport of Beauvais.