Paris Square (Jerusalem)
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Paris Square (Hebrew: כיכר פריז, Kikar Pariz, also called: France Square = Kikar Tzarfat) is a square or plaza in Jerusalem. The name France Square was established in 1959. In 2007 the city of Paris gave Jerusalem a "French Fountain" that was built in the middle of the square. From that time the square has been called: "Paris Square".
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