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The Wall for Peace is near the Eiffel Tower and across from the Ecole Militaire. It’s designed to encourage peace and it does that just by visiting.
Unfortunately it’s surrounded by tall fences with the Eiffel Tower in the background and I can under why...More
Visited here 6 yrs ago and revisited now as part of a walk to Eiffel Tower. A monument to peace with languages of the world inscribed was a nice idea. It now looks awful!!
It is surrounded by a high wire fence and overgrown and...More
Thought it is not well know about the meaning of the structure and the columns to the public, at least it served its purpose to promote peace to all peoples of the world. The best place to exhibit because Eiffel Tower is the most visited...More
This monument is currently undergoing "deratization," as the sign in front of the fencing states. The chance to photograph the Eiffel Tower through its lens gives you a unique photo opportunity with a lovely sentiment of Peace. My guess after reading some articles about the...More
The Wall for Peace is between the Ecole Militaire and the Eiffel Tower. Architecturally and as a sculpture it seems to work, but as it is roughly fenced off, for no apparent reason or duration, it currently looks quite sad.
We have visited Paris and the Champs de Mars several times and each time stopped to enjoy the Wall for Peace.Not this time! Some of the glass is missing and others smashed. The grass is growing around it and it is blocked off.
With the Eiffel Tower at its core, the Invalides area of Paris is guaranteed to impress. Golden towers and Baron Haussmann's urban vision meet military precision, stretching avenues, and luscious lawns. The area boasts the Musée D’Orsay, the tomb of Napoleon, the National Parliament and UNESCO, as well as luxurious, exclusive residences. In fine restaurants and at the weekend markets, families, diplomats, and
politicians brush shoulders with the tourists who come to see this postcard-perfect area for themselves.