Rivoli Street is a well-known street in Paris. There are many luxurious shops, star-rated hotels and open-air restaurants on both sides of the street. Rivoli Street is very close to the famous Louvre Palace. You can visit the Louvre Palace, eat here and buy some things by the way.
Napoleon built the corridor in order to alleviate traffic congestion in the north of the Louvre, so that vehicles and pedestrians would not interfere with each other, and pedestrians would not be affected by the weather. When I was a child, I used to walk around pillars in the corridor of Jinling East Road in Shanghai. When I grew up, I went to Xiamen and other places and saw that some corridors were often built in coastal cities in the south to avoid rain. Nevertheless, it is the first time that I have seen such a magnificent corridor.
Concorde Square is further east to the Louvre and its garden. There is a street north of the Louvre called Rue de Rivoli. There is a shop called Angelina in this street. There is a dessert in this shop. Its name is Mont Blanc!!!!!!!! This wool dessert called Mont Blanc is the best one I have ever eaten in France, which is the first course + main course + dessert. My own dessert-loving man was completely conquered. Its taste is extremely rich, and each dish follows the sweet but not greasy criteria. All kinds of hard and soft, tightly interwoven, is really delicious layer by layer, moving again and again. I'll keep it secret. If you believe me, you'll have to eat this Mont Blanc in Paris in the future. It should have a real reputation. When I was in the shop, I heard two Germans next to me pointing at the dessert and saying that it was Mont Blanc.
Very clean, a street, the surrounding buildings are also very beautiful, it is worth visiting.