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Paris, France

Collection of 7 places
A romantic and historical park Square du Vert Galant

Square du Vert-Galant is a Parisian square located on the western tip of the Ile de la Cité, in the 1st arrondissement. This green square is a very quiet place, shaded by majestic trees. There you can admire a fantastic view on the Pont-Neuf, the Louvre and the Hôtel de la Monnaie.

Living art in Paris Musée du Louvre

The Louvre Museum,with its famous glass pyramid shape, is the most visited museum in the world, with about 9 million visitors per year.

On the top of Paris from the Sacred Heart Basilique du Sacré-Cœur

The eternal Basilica of the Sacred Heart is one of the most visited and known religious monuments in Paris. This enormous church located in the famous Montmartre district, overlooks all Paris from its white dome.

Il moderno Arche de la défense

Il Grande Arco de La Défense, in francese “La Grande Arche de La Défense”, è stato inaugurato nel 1989 in occasione del bicentenario della Rivoluzione francese. L'arco è un monumento moderno ubicato nel quartiere La Défense, nella parte occidentale di Parigi.

The most famous gothic cathedral in the world Notre Dame

Paris Notre Dame is one of the most famous Gothic cathedrals in the world, as well as one of the oldest for its erection during the first gothic period.

The French Triumph Arc de Triomphe

L' Arc de Triomphe is one of the essential Parisian monument; located at the beginning of Champs-Élysées street in Paris: in the center of Charles de Gaulle Square. Built by Napoleon to celebrate his victory in Austerlitz, is the second heaviest monument in the world with its 50,000 tons of weight and its height of over 50 meters; it used to represent the French military force.

La Tour Eiffel: the symbol of Paris Tour Eiffel

The "Eiffel Tower" is known all over the world as the symbol of Paris; its name comes from the designer Gustave Eiffel, who built it in less than two years, from 1887 to 1889, for the "Exposition Universelle" taking place in Paris the very same year. Built with the purpose of commemorating the anniversary of the French Revolution, today it is still considered to be one of the most impressive architectural examples in the world.