The Parc de Belleville is located on the hill of Belleville, its 108 meter height makes it the highest park in Paris. The summit of the park, an almost thirty-meter tall terrace provides a panoramic view of the city. The park offers 1200 trees and shrubs, a 100 meter-long waterfall fountain (the longest in Paris) and 1000 m² of lawn accessible to the public. It also contains a wooden playground for children, ping-pong tables and an open-air theatre. At the top of the park lies the Maison de l'Air, a small museum designed to educate visitors to the importance of fresh air and to the problems of pollution. The park also prides itself on its display of annual flowers, which are prepared two years in advance.
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