Parc de la Villette is the setting for this huge science museum best known for its Geode dome and impressive 180-degree ... More
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Parc de la Villette is the setting for this huge science museum best known for its Geode dome and impressive 180-degree cinema. Natural and scientific phenomena are explained with the help of exhibitions in an area specially designed with kids in mind. Children aged three and over can visit a real submarine, the Argonaute, and find out how it works; temporary exhibitions are organized in Espace Explora.
The geometrical lines of the carres de la perspective garden greet visitors upon entering the Jardin des Plantes with marvelous
effects of perspective created through careful planning and maintenance. In the 65 acre (26 hectare) botanical garden, bejeweled by ...
Surrounded by shady arcades that shelter beautiful boutiques, this square, situated in the heart of the Marais, is one of
Paris' focal sights. The square is perfectly symmetrical, measuring 140 meters (459 feet) by 127 meters (416 feet). Stone ...
Galerie Jerome De Noirmont was established to expose the art patrons of France, to the work of partially unknown artists
that were otherwise internationally recognized. Founded in 1994, it tried to and continues to serve as an efficient showcase ...