Place de la Republique, Arles

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Landmark · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
A famous square in the heart of Paris--with a Metro station beneath it--Place de la Republique received its name from the French Republic. Paris' official architect, Gabriel Davioud, enhanced the square in 1866 with a fountain adorned with bronze lions and a building called the Magasins Réunis. To visit Place de la Republique on your holiday in Arles, and find out what else Arles has to offer, use our Arles.
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  • This is a lovely square in the centre of town which has the Obélisque d'Arles at its center. Nice spot to stroll or relax. Love the Roman history of this region.  more »
  • Place de la Republique is the city centre of Arles. It's probably a meeting pace for many people and a point of reference for visiting important sights which are near the Square. Great sights close...  more »

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