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Le Dome

Le Dome

Paris, France



The Palais de Tokyo is a building on the Seine that houses modern and contemporary art and is well recognised as one of the world landmarks for skateboarding. Better known among skaters as 'Le Dome', you can see this square in the legendary skate videos and it has been a venue for events like the ES Game of Skate or the Go Skateboarding Day in Paris. The highlight of this place is the 3 flat 3 double set, the huge hubba with 16 steps and a smooth floor, although today it's pretty damaged. Skaters who have honed this square are Flo Marfaing, Stephane Larance, Frank Barattiero, Luy Pa Sin, Vassilli Ritter and Jacque Bethlon among many others.


The best months to skate in Paris are May and August, although there is often good weather until September. The spot is quite worn and the floor has cracks but the locals continue skating there because this legendary place still has many more sessions in it.
What’s there?
  • Ledges
    Hubbas, Ledges, Manual pads
  • Jumps
  • Stairs
    3 and 16 Stairs, Gaps, Doble set 3x3
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