The nicely revamped Esplanade Charles-de-Gaulle is now home to a veritable urban garden planted with more than 130 different species. In its centre, the Pradier Fountain (1848) represents the city in the form of an Ancient goddess, whose crown is shaped like the Maison Carrée. The square is lined on one side by the columns of the Palais de Justice (law courts) and café terraces, and opens onto the smart Avenue Feuchères, which leads towards the train station.
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