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  • 51.

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    rue Botzaris

    Opened in 1867, this park was built by Jean-Charles Alphand who designed a number of parks during the reign of Napoleon III. Parc des Buttes-Chaumont is ...

  • 52.

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    16, rue de la Faisanderie

    Rare is the discerning consumer who has never been confronted to counterfeit. A convincing explanation for this fact is the abundance of fake goods ...

  • 53.

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    129, rue de Grenelle

    Brush up on history by visiting this historical museum that contains scores of paintings, sculptures, drawings, and prints. Also on display ...

  • 54.

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    Place de la Concorde

    Situated right in the heart of Paris, the Jardin des Tuileries stretches from the Louvre to Place de la Concorde . Commissioned by Queen Catherine de Medicis and created in 1564 at the same ...

  • 55.

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    8, rue Boissy-d'Anglas

    A hit with businessmen and a fashionable crowd, this kitschy, exotic restaurant isn't quite what you'd expect to find just a few minutes away from the Crillon luxury hotel and ultra-chic Place de la Concorde. Climb the ...

  • 56.

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    rue Paul Belmondo

    Until its decline in the 1960s, the area now covered by the Parc de Bercy was the bustling center for wine importation and storage in Paris. Wine arrived by barge and by train; the rails ...

  • 57.

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    26, boulevard Malesherbes

    If you are big and tall and have problems finding suits and sports wear of your size, then head straight to this show room at Malesherbes. Capel specializes in large size ...

  • 58.

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    7, rue de Moussy

    When you talk about fashion in Paris, Azzedine Alaia is the first name that comes to mind. This Tunisian designer is very popular for ready-to wear or prêt à porter for women. Make ...

  • 59.

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    square de la Tour Saint-Jacques

    This monument is a perfect example of Parisian Gothic architecture. Although the 50-meter (164-foot) high tower is all that remains of Saint-Jacques-La-Boucherie church (which was built in the ...

  • 60.

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    19, rue de Sèvres

    La Maison du Chocolat is where chocolate lives! And no ordinary chocolate either: only the very best cocoa beans of the finest origin are used in this shop's products ...