Here you can see some of the shops which line down the entrance to the Place Dauphine square in Paris, showing how the road splits around the triangle shaped centre on a bright day.
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In this photo you can find two identical buildings which between have a path that leads the way into the Place Dauphine square from the Pont Neuf bridge, showing some of the impressive architecture even as you enter.
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There are numerous cafes found in Paris, and the Place Dauphine square is no exception, this photo showing just one of the many cafes found near here which make it an ideal yet quiet place to stop at for a break.
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Place Dauphine square has an unusual shape to it, where it is in fact more of a triangular shape, this photo showing so with numerous chestnut trees planted around it.
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In this photo you can see the silhouettes of a couple trees as well as a person sitting on a bench found within Place Dauphine, with the Palais de Justice in the background.
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In this photo you can see the start of the Place Dauphine square, which is more of a triangle, with trees lining the inside square and buildings on the outside with a lone bike attached to a post.
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This photo shows just how many restaurants and cafes can be found at Place Dauphine, this one having its menu displayed on a blackboard while people relax out in the shade.
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Le Caveau du Palais is a cafe and restaurant that can be found in the Place Dauphine square, this square and the surrounding area becoming a popular place to visit and relax for tourists, locals and even layers who wish to meet up from the nearby Palais de Justice which over-looks the same square.
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Originally the Place Dauphine was surrounded by 32 identical buildings, but over time have all changed so they are each individual either with new colours, heights or styles.
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The Place Dauphine is classed as a square, even if it looks more triangular in shape, but is a very popular place to play French boules on a bright day.
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