La Concorde Square is located in the center of Paris at the eastern end of the Champs-Élysées avenue. It is one of the largest public squares in the city and features the Luxor Obelisk which was gifted to France in the year 1829 AD by Khedive of Egypt, Muhammad Ali Pasha. There are also two famous fountains which were built during the reign of King Louis-Philippe and their design is inspired by the fountains of Rome. In addition, you will find several restaurants and cafes where you can eat delicious French food along with some shops where you can buy gifts and souvenirs. The former name of the square was Louis XV since it contained a statue of King Louis, but after the French Revolution, the execution of the King and destruction of the statute, its name has changed to La Révolution Square. Therefore, it has become a historical square and one of the famous tourist destinations.