Place du Colonel Fabien
|Place du Colonel Fabien|
|Quarter||Hôpital Saint-Louis. Villette. Combat.|
|Creation||January 16, 1789|
|Denomination||July 7, 1945|
The Place du Colonel Fabien (in English: "Colonel Fabien Square") is a square in Paris, France
The headquarters of the French Communist Party, designed by the Brazilian communist and utilitarian architect Oscar Niemeyer is located here, as is a station of the Paris Métro. Nearby is the former location of the medieval Gibbet of Montfaucon, a multi-tiered gibbet that was for most of its history outside Paris' city walls.
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