Address Tuileries Garden Place de la Concorde, 75001 Paris, France

The Tuileries garden takes its name from the old palace, itself named after the presence of a tile factory established on this site until 1564.

In 1664, the famous gardener André Le Nôtre gave it its current French garden appearance. The tree-lined paths also give way to statues by Maillol, Rodin or Giacometti.

Its ponds and chairs arranged all around are conducive to a gentle break in the middle of the capital.

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Discover the behind-the-scenes of the hit TV show Call my Agent with this book by Guillaume Evin, which tells the story behind the scenes in drawings and photos of the show, largely inspired by the memories of Dominique Besnehard, the most famous ex-star agent in France.

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