L’obélisque - Place de la Concorde

A place of royalty

The Place de la Concorde was not only one of the locus for revolutionary gatherings but it was also the place where Louis XVI and Marie-Antoinette were beheaded. On August 11, 1792, the statue of Louis XV was toppled, and the square was renamed Place de la Révolution.

A gift from the viceroy of Egypt

In 1831, the two obelisks, which are situated between the entrance and the palace of Ramses II in Luxor, were given to France by the viceroy of Egypt. When the first one arrived in Paris in December 1833, Louis-Philippe I decided to erect it on the Place de la Concorde. This latter is located in Paris's 8th district, home to upper-crust establishments such as Maxim's restaurant and where we offer high-quality properties for you and your family.

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