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An Oasis in Paris

By Linda Tancs

Like New York City’s Central Park, Square du Temple in Paris’s Marais district is a lush oasis in the midst of a bustling city. It was designed in the English garden style in the 1800s, a site boasting over 82,000 square feet including an ornamental pool and waterfall, several walking paths, 191 varieties of plants and more than 70 trees. But what you can’t see is perhaps just as interesting as what you can see because the park is located above the remnants of the European stronghold of the Knights Templar. Free and open daily, the nearest Metro station is Temple.

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As coronavirus proceeds, it is likely that the vast majority of us will be limited in our travels. But this, too, shall pass. Our love for travel remains, so Travelrific will continue offering travel inspiration in this medium. Please keep those affected by the virus in your thoughts and be sure to follow the safety practices advocated by the Centers for Disease Control. Stay safe, and be well.

2 Comments»

  bestregardsfromfar wrote @

I wish I could just go out for a little stroll through one of the fantastic parks right now here in Paris. They must be in fool bloom and the sun is shining. Instead we have to stay indoors and the parks are closed. Counting down the days. Staying healthy is the main goal right now. Next time in the park will be extra special! Stay safe!
Marcella

  Linda Tancs wrote @

Thanks for writing! Yes, we need to stay apart for now so we can be together later. Stay safe, and be well.


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