Address 1 Place d'Anvers 75009 Paris, France

Place d’Anvers is a public street located in the 9th arrondissement of Paris. It is located between the rue Gérando and the rue Dunkerque.

Place d’Anvers was created in 1868 on a part of the slaughterhouses of Montmartre, it was originally named Place Turgot before bearing its current name following a decree in 1877.

In its center is the Square d’Anvers with its bandstand. Originally, the square had a statue of Diderot dating from 1877, as well as a column topped by a statue of Victory.

The square takes its name from the city of Antwerp taken by the French in 1832 during the Ten Days campaign.

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