Place de la Victoire was originally named place d'Aquitaine in the 18th Century; it was meant to unify a whole quarter ... More
Place de la Victoire
Place de la Victoire was originally named place d'Aquitaine in the 18th Century; it was meant to unify a whole quarter around the prominent porte d'Aquitaine. Today it is recognized as the student quarter; the most popular bars are found here as well as the Faculte de Medecine. Several large streets branch out from this place and lead to the train station and the Place Pey Berland.
Situated between the train station, the historic city center and the Polygone shopping center, this immense, pedestrianized square is the
heart and soul of Montpellier. Deriving its name from the first theater built in the 18th Century on the ...
This second venture of Joel Robuchon is known to be less annoying compared to its former counterpart L'Atelier de Joël
Robuchon as they accept reservations. The place and the cuisine both have a modern touch to it. The Silken ...
Jean Pascal Virebent is an important figure in the history of Toulouse. Appointed city architect in 1782, he radically changed
its layout. He opened up six new squares; Place de la Trinite is one of them. His nephew Urbain ...
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