Paris Super Instagrammable
Royal squares have that architectural harmony that makes them so desirable for your lens.
Place des Vosges is no exception to the rule. It is the oldest square in Paris, just before the Place Dauphine.
In its center, the charming square Louis XIII, and all around it, all the houses are identical, except for the Queen's pavilion and the King's pavilion, which are the highest.
All other buildings are built with two floors.
The facades are made of red brick with white limestone chains and very sloping blue slate roofs. The windows all have identical small panes.
All these architectural elements give the square a great elegance and homogeneity, perfect for photographs !