Freedom Square in Dirong is the largest square in Dirong. It is an ancient building in the center of Dirong ancient city. It is an open square complementing each other. In the sunset, children are playing happily and peacefully in the fountains on both sides of the bright sunshine square on the surrounding roof.
Freedom Square is still relatively spacious and bright. It is a semi-circular square designed by Saul in the early days. It is used to welcome the riding sculpture of King Louis XIV. It can be said that it is one of the most spectacular Royal Squares in France. However, the sculpture was melted into artillery during the French Revolution. There are also small fountains on the square, which local residents like very much.
In front of the Duke's Palace is the semi-circular Place de la Lib 233; Ration Dijon Freedom Square. Also known as Liberation Square, magnificent and simple. The surrounding historic buildings form medieval street scenes, as if traveling through time and space back to the ancient Kingdom of Frankfurt. It is surrounded by the Duke Palace's main building and east-west flanks. The name of the Placeroyale was changed several times during the Valuarian Dynasty and now during World War II. It's 10 minutes'walk from the railway station.
Likes Dirong, in this not too big city, still retains many historic sites, likes the Freedom Square, but likes to have an open square in the center of the ancient city which complements the old buildings. The sunset sets, the sunshine on the surrounding roofs, the children playing and playing on both sides of the square add a lot of fun.
Freedom Square, the center of Dirong with a sense of history, and the buildings around it are the deposits of the past years, the records of history, the places where people and events can be remembered and the scenes of the past can be reproduced. This is probably to go to the beautiful place with historical memory!