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Place des Vosges, Paris (by wakingphotolife:)

Place des Vosges is the oldest planned square in Paris. One of my favorite writers, Victor Hugo, lived in a flat here from 1832 to 1848, so I had to visit. If you go just beyond the square, you might see an old, mumbling beggar who is kneeling down and covering her face with a shawl, or a side garden with an initially terrifying sculpture of a giant mole digging up from underneath the Earth. When I visited Place des Vosges on my birthday (early March), it looked like this:

allthingseurope:

Place des Vosges, Paris (by wakingphotolife:)

Place des Vosges is the oldest planned square in Paris. One of my favorite writers, Victor Hugo, lived in a flat here from 1832 to 1848, so I had to visit. If you go just beyond the square, you might see an old, mumbling beggar who is kneeling down and covering her face with a shawl, or a side garden with an initially terrifying sculpture of a giant mole digging up from underneath the Earth. When I visited Place des Vosges on my birthday (early March), it looked like this:

place de vosges