Despite the busy city, there are still places combining lovely features, water fountains, and nature combined, with seats to rest on and enjoy the area or to read a newspaper.
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Did you know in Paris there are hundreds of water fountains with drinkable water to use for free? With everything from sparkling to chilled to ornate and historical ones.
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The answer to our last Sunday Teaser was a view looking from the water feature of Grand Bassin Rond in the Tuileries to the Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel in the background.
No one tried it this week but hopefully next week is easier for you to identify!
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Within the Champ de Mars park, and all throughout Paris, you can find these Wallace fountains which provide drinking water for anyone passing by, whether it be a local or a tourist to use.
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This photo can give a feel for just how large the fountains and basin really are, showing people sitting on the chairs which are provided free within the Tuilelries Gardens.
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This fountain found in the Square Jean XXIII is often known by the name of the Fountain of the Virgin, which was designed in 1845 by the architect Vigouroux, the gothic style fitting in perfectly with the nearby Notre Dame cathedral.
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This photo we took while under some trees in the shade shows the metal fountain which decorates the Bela Bartok square in Paris, which is surrounded by trees and greenery to make a calming place to relax.
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