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The Place de l'Hôtel de Ville
The Place de l'Hotel de Ville in Le Havre is a landmark in the center of the reconstructed city. This public space created in 1950 covers 12,35 acres (5 ha). The central point of the city and composed of several gardens and ponds, the square forms a monumental rectangle. It allows admiring the architecture of the Perret district for all sides, the town hall, Foch Avenue, and the ISAI (buildings without individual assignment). While Foch Avenue crossed the square until 1990, it is now crossed by the city tram.
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