Parc Monceau is unusual in France due to its "English" style: its informal layout, curved walkways and randomly placed statues distinguish it from the more traditional, French-style garden. It includes a collection of scaled-down architectural features, or follies--including an Egyptian pyramid, a Chinese fort, a Dutch windmill, and Corinthian pillars. While it might not be a high-priority visit if you do not have much time in Paris, it's still a beautifully appointed park with many nice statues and landscaped areas. After enjoying the park for awhile, be sure to check out Pagoda Paris and the Musee Nissim de Camondo, both of which are a few steps away.
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