Sign in a series of signs placed by the municipality of Paris describing the history of the city’s gardens.
The garden is named after the French Battalion in the service of the United Nations that took part in the Korean War.
The garden was photographed on the same day Click for a larger image
The Korean War Memorial mentioned on the sign is mentioned in another entry on the website Click for sign's details Translation of the text on the sign
TOWN HALL OF PARIS Garden of the U.N. Battalion
A granite stele in the shape of a map of Korea pays tribute to the dead of the wars in Korea, Indochina and Algeria. The hom do jardin refers more specifically to the French Battalion of the UN, which took part in the Korean War (1950-1953), under the Pegide of the United Nations Organization (UN).
This garden was redesigned in 2014 Lawns planted with birches and a flowery meadow create an open space and highlight this place of memory. A boules court is available to users.
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