Place de la Bourse is a square in Bordeaux, France and one of the city's most recognisable sights. Built from 1730 to 1775 along the river Garonne, it was a multi-building development designed by architect Ange-Jacques Gabriel. It is within the historic part of the city that has been recognized on the UNESCO World Heritage List as "an outstanding urban and architectural ensemble" of the 18th century.
In the original plan, a statue of King Louis XV of France was erected in the square. This statue was destroyed during the French Revolution. After the destruction of the statue, a Corinthian column-fountain was built on the square. Finally, in 1869 the sculpture Three Graces was installed in the same location.
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Faria Madhumita | Mar 20, 2017
Had not been inside. But the outside is magnificent. Lots of tourist. Music. Had been there both day and night time and had totally different experiences. LOVE.
Bukola Amoo | Jun 13, 2018
Great venue for conferences
peter prisching | Dec 12, 2017
The most beautiful building of Bordeaux
Bruce Ritchie | Sep 17, 2017
Great place for small conference.
Murilo Ribeiro | Oct 9, 2016
Impressive building. Nice place to park and start your downtown tour.
Shirline Juay | Aug 1, 2018
Magnificent building! An iconic symbol of Bordeaux which left me a deep memory.
Maxime Girard | Aug 9, 2018
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