At the intersection of the 12 main roads of the Charles de Gaulle Square (formerly known as the Star Plaza), the most famous is the Champs Elysées that leads to the Place de la Concorde in the southeast.
On the left is the symbol of Paris - the Eiffel Tower, the French Military Academy and the Honorary Military Academy. If you want to take a full picture of the Star Square, you can only climb the Arc de Triomphe, or aerial photography to complete the wall on the two sides of the Arc de Triomphe. There are four groups of large reliefs with the theme of war: "exit", "triumph", "peace" and the "resistance." The arches are engraved with the names of 386 generals and 96 large-scale battles and the French Revolutionary War following the Napoleonic Expedition. The Arc de Triomphe is also engraved with the names of 558 Napoleonic Empire heroes.