Landmarks In Paris Capital City of France
Paris is famous for its landmarks like the Eiffel Tower, but there are also many other
landmarks that are world renowned like the Champs-Elysees for its shopping, fashion and
culture, along with its history, you will never be without somewhere to go or something to
do in Paris.
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Eiffel Tower in Paris France
Today, the Eiffel Tower has become a global icon of France, which is an iron tower built
on the Champ de Mars.
Arc de Triomphe in Paris France
The Arc de Triomphe is a famous monument in Paris that honours those who fought for
Notre Dame Cathedral In Paris France
Notre Dame de Paris, is often known simply as Notre Dame and is a Gothic cathedral in the
centre of Paris on the River Seine.
The Champs-Elysees Avenue in Paris
The Champs-?lysees is the most prestigious and broadest avenue in Paris.
Moulin Rouge in Paris France
Moulin Rouge is French for Red Mill or windmill and is a traditional cabaret, built in
1889 by Joseph Oller
Disneyland Paris Resort France
We are sure that you have heard of Disneyland Paris and if you want to take your children
to a place they will never forget, this place is a must.
Parc Asterix Amusement Park
Parc Ast?rix is a theme amusement park in France, based on the stories of Asterix by
Albert Uderzo and Ren? Goscinny and was opened in 1989.
Catacombs of Paris France
The Catacombs of Paris is a famous burial place in Paris.
The River Seine in France
The Seine is a major river of North Western France and one of its well-known commercial
The Pompidou Centre known as Beaubourg
The Center Nationale d'Art et de Culture Georges Pompidou is a giant, futuristic arts
centre located in the Beaubourg district of Paris.
Musee d'Orsay in Paris France
Musee d'Orsay picks up where the Louvre leaves off, featuring French art from the mid
1800s to the 1st World War.
L'Argonaute (Submarine) Flagship For French
The Argonaute is a submarine of Ar?thuse class and was launched on 23rd October 1958.
The Grande Arche in Paris France
Grande Arche de la Fraternite, is a monument in the business district of La Defense to the
West of Paris.
The Louvre in Paris France
Known to many as just The Louvre, the full name is Musee du Louvre and can be found in
The Pantheon in Paris France
The Pantheon comes from the Greek word Pantheon, meaning "All the Gods" and is a
building in the Latin Quarter in Paris, France.
The Sacre Coeur Basilica in Paris France
The Sacre Coeur Basilica, is also known as the Sacre Cur and under the name of the
Basilica of the Sacred Heart.
Place de la Bastille in Paris France
The Place de la Bastille is a square in Paris, where the Bastille prison stood until the
'Storming of the Bastille'
Royal Chateau de Fontainebleau
The Royal Chateau de Fontainebleau is a large castle where the Renaissance was introduced
to France from 1528.
Chateau de Versailles in France
The Chateau de Versailles is one of the largest castles in the world and is one of the
most visited sites in France.
Stables at Chateau de Versailles Grande
?curie du Ch?teau de Versailles
Work was completed by 1683, and these two buildings are outstanding because of their
dimensions and the incredible architecture.
Chateau Vaux le Vicomte in France
Chateau Vaux le Vicomte is the largest privately owned chateau in France and is classed as
an historical monument.
Chateau de Chantilly Castle Near Paris
The Chateau de Chantilly is a beautiful castle situated at the heart of a vast domain,
which covers an area of approximately 7,800 hectares.
Chateau de Chantilly Castle Parks and Gardens
The Chantilly estate offers visitors the chance to stroll through the large grounds that
cover an area of around 115 hectares.
Chateau Chantilly and the Petits Appartements
The Petits Appartements of the Chateau de Chantilly are open to the public to visit when
exploring the rest of the glorious French castle.
Chateau de Saint-Germain Castle Near Paris
Originally on the site of the present Chateau de Saint-Germain there was an old fort that
dated from around the year 1238 and King Charles V
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