Landmarks in Paris France - Page 3
When planning your holiday to Paris you may want think about putting some time aside to go and visit a few of the remarkable landmarks you can find around Paris, like the Hotel Biron that was built in the 1700s, or the Catacombes de Paris which is the famous burial place for millions of Parisians, and of course you have world famous places like the Louvre museum, and many more waiting to be discovered.
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The Grand Palais offers visitors a host of different events that are organised throughout the year, and is also home to the Palais de la Decouverte.
The Hotel Biron is a mansion house in Paris that was built in the early 1700s, and has been owned by a few different people before the French state and Leonce Benedite used this mansion to house the Musee Rodin museum.
The Tour Jean Sans Peur is a Medieval Tower that is now classified as a museum and a historical monument in Paris that dates back to the early 1400s.
The Eglise Saint-Pierre de Montmartre is one of the oldest churches in Paris constructed back in the 1100s, and is just behind the Sacre Coeur Basilica.
The Geode is the most attended cinema in France that has the largest hemispherical screens in the world showing large format movies in 2D And 3D.
What better place than Paris to have a monument that portrays romance and love, and this particular monument is called the Wall of I Love You, which attracts thousands of visitors every year.
The Jardins des Champs Elysees are the gardens found on the famous Avenue Champs-Elysees, along with its fountains and historical buildings.
There are many different chapels and churches like the Chapelle Notre de la Medaille Miraculeuse,which is run by the Sisters of Charity and dates back to 1813.
Bercy Village is all about the modern today and history combined , and has been developed with cobbled streets, a shopping centre, restaurants and much more.
Bercy area in Paris became the largest wine market worldwide plus was home to fairgrounds and other entertainment, and today has been completely revamped.
The Pavillons de Bercy are restored wine cellars from the Bercy area of Paris that now also holds a fairground museum called the Musee des Arts Forains.
The Maison du Jardinage is within the Parc de Bercy and is a historical building that has been fully restored and now has exhibitions relating to gardening.
Parc de Bercy park in Paris runs along side the River Seine and was only opened in 1990 after the Bercy area was redeveloped, yet it still retains its history.
The Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy is often referred to as the POPB or the Bercy stadium, and located by the River Seine close to the Parc de Bercy.
The Square Jehan-Rictus is located at the Place des Abbesses in the Montmartre area of Paris, which is also home to Le Mur des Je t’Aime or I love You Wall.
The Aeroport de Paris-Le Bourget is the oldest airport in Paris that is now one of the most active airports in Europe, and is home to the Paris Air Show.
The Saint-Jacques Tower is classified as a historical monument in Paris, yet is all that remains of the a Gothic church that was constructed in the 1500s.
Place des Abbesses is within the Montmartre area of Paris and is home to an art nouveau metro entrance, plus the Square Jehan-Rictus with the I Love You wall.
The Saint Jean de Montmartre Church is located in the Montmartre area of Paris and was constructed in an art nouveau style by Anatole de Baudot.
The Place du Chatelet is a square in Paris has a fountain and statue that commemorates some of the victories Napoleon Bonaparte I had.
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