Dear All,

could you please tell where exactly stands the carousel? In the center of the square or somewhere at the end or beginning of that long square? Thank you a lot!

"Within the massive stone walls encircling Avignon was a labyrinth
of cobbled streets and lantern-lit passageways. Jugglers and musicians
entertained tourists in the Place de l’Horloge, a long square that
stretched out in front of the Hôtel de Ville, or city hall.
Holding pride of place at the top of the Place de l’Horloge was the
rococo Belle Époque Carousel. "


It means at one end of the square: the end that was considered "top" due to importance or some other local factor, such as geographical factor.