The Place de la Madeleine (Magdalen) is a square in central Paris. It is in the eighth district of the capital, which is primarily a district office, few people live there because it is one of the most expensive neighborhoods in Paris. Bank headquarters and embassies are stationed here ... In the Place de la Madeleine, which is rectangular in shape, is located in the city center, the church of the same name. Built at the beginning to be a temple in honor of the great army of Napoleon, church became one of the largest in Paris. The square is curious because the church is in the center, and traffic goes around, like a gazebo.