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Sign: Paris - Gardens - Square Léopold-Achille


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4 Rue du Parc Royal, 75003 Paris, France
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On the sign:
VILLE DE PARIS

Square Léopold-Achille
1913

Au XVe siècle, un ensemble de bâtiments compose l’hôtel des Tournelles, vaste domaine royal, situé au nord de l’actuelle place des Vosges. Le roi Henri II y décède en 1559, des suites d’une blessure reçue lors d’un tournoi.
La reine Catherine de Médicis fait détruire le château.
Bordant l’hôtel Le Pelletier de Saint-Fargeau, le square abrite des statues provenant de la façade de l’Hôtel de Ville, dessiné par l’architecte italien Boccador et incendié par les Communards, en 1870. Son nom rend hommage à un ancien conseiller municipal de l’arrondissement.

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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 Léopold Achille (1844-1921), who was the deputy mayor of Paris

The garden was photographed on the same day Click for a larger image

Translation of the text on the sign:
CITY OF PARIS

Square Léopold-Achille
1913

In the 15th century, a group of buildings made up the Hôtel des Tournelles, a vast royal estate, located north of the current Place des Vosges. King Henry II died there in 1559, following an injury received during a tournament.
Queen Catherine de Medici had the castle destroyed.
Bordering the Le Pelletier hotel in Saint-Fargeau, the square houses statues from the facade of the Town Hall, designed by the Italian architect Boccador and burned down by the Communards in 1870. Its name pays homage to a former municipal councilor of the district.

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