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avenue Gustave Eiffel
Paris just wouldn't be Paris without the Eiffel Tower. Designed by Gustave Eiffel for the 1889 World Fair, at 300 meters (984 feet) it was then the world's tallest structure. Not everyone ...
place du Carrousel
Distinguished architect I. M. Pei has constructed this 450-seat, oak-paneled auditorium. It fuses state-of-the-art audiovisual technology with world-class architecture ...
62, rue de Lille
Nearly 2.5 million visitors each year come to see Musee d'Orsay's mammoth collection of French art The building itself, called the Gare d'Orsay, was built as a railway station in 1900; the ...
35, rue du Chevalier de la Barre
This Romano-Byzantine basilica overlooks Montmartre , one of Paris's most picturesque districts. Its distinctive dome rising up over the rooftops, the basilica offers the perfect ...
place Charles de Gaulle
Famous for housing the tomb of the unknown soldier, the Arc de Triomphe is a site of memories, current events and celebrations. The lists of the dead will move you ...
6 Parvis Notre-Dame Place Jean-Paul II
Climbing the stairwell to the top of this masterpiece is well worth the effort for the spectacular view. Construction of this great Gothic cathedral began in 1163 and was largely completed ...
79, rue de Varenne
HÃ´tel Biron, which now houses Musee Rodin is where Auguste Rodin spent the last years of his life, from 1908 to 1917. Since then, his superb sculptures and private art ...
Skate in style at the Eiffel Tower's 200-square meter (2152-square foot) ice skating rink, located 57 meters (187 feet) above the glittering city of Paris . Featuring ...
2, boulevard du Palais
Situated in a part of the Palais de Justice (Law courts), the Conciergerie became Paris' first prison in 1391. Behind its medieval façade are reconstructions of ...
In 1810, the Montrouge stone quarries became catacombs. Because of a lack of space in the graveyards of Paris, it is here, 20 meters (65 feet ...