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The Champs-Elysées Street is located in the French capital Paris, where its length is estimated to be approximately two kilometers, and it is located more specifically in the northwestern region of Paris, where it starts from the Place de la Concorde and ends with the Arc de Triomphe, and Place de la Concorde is close to the Parisian gardens known as the Tuileries, And also close to the famous Seine.
The old Champs-Elysées Street in the whole world has enjoyed unparalleled fame, the symmetry of the most important Parisian landmarks that have won wide fame, such as: the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe, the Louvre Museum, and others, and the reason for the popularity of this street mainly without the rest of the Paris streets is that it is located Close to important landmarks mentioned previously, especially the Arc de Triomphe, as it includes many world-famous shops, and luxurious restaurants, in addition to the presence of many distinctive cafes on this street.
Its importance for the French
This street is considered one of the important and ancient streets for the French people, as it witnesses popular celebrations on different occasions and holidays, on top of which is New Year’s Eve, Bastille Day, and National Day in France, as the French gather in this street on various occasions that may be considered emergency occasions, as well as They gathered in it, for example, when the French team won the World Cup, which was held in France in the year one thousand nine hundred and ninety-eight AD.
Avenue des Champs-Elysées
This avenue is one of the most famous landmarks in this street, as it contains many shops that attract people to it, from different regions of the world.
Arc de Triomphe
The Arc de Triomphe attracts tourists from different regions of the world to visit it, as it is a French icon that has no parallel in the whole world, and this arch is located at the end of the Champs-Elysées Street, where it was worked on at the beginning of the nineteenth century, by order of the greatest French leaders, Captain Napoleon Bonaparte, as he took it A symbol of his victories.
Champs Elysées Theater
This theater is considered one of the best places to enjoy music, as it is a destination for all lovers of this unique art. The Champs Elysées Theater is located near the famous avenue on the street.
The Egyptian Obelisk
The Egyptian obelisk is located on Place de la Concorde, a gift from the Egyptian government during the reign of Muhammad Ali, and France added a beautiful golden summit to it, in the year one thousand nine hundred and ninety-eight AD. The height of this obelisk is approximately twenty-three meters.