Landmarks in Paris France - Page 4
You will find many different types of landmarks in Paris that you can visit when on holiday in the remarkable capital city of France, including historical buildings, museums, cultural centres like the gaite lyrique, monuments and much more that the whole family can enjoy.
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Gaite Lyrique is a museum in Paris and a cultural centre dedicated to arts such as film making, music, design, games, the web and computer programming.
Musee des Beaux-Arts de la Ville de Paris is an impressive tourist attraction in Paris that is a fine arts museum often just known as Musee Petit Palais.
This square in Paris has different monuments, a playground for children, area for French bowles and is also close to the Gaite Lyrique theatre.
Hotel Lamoignon is one of the oldest mansion houses in Marais and is home to the Bibliotheque Historique de la Ville de Paris or historical library of Paris.
The Palais de l’Elysee is the official residence of the President of the French Republic where foreign dignitaries meet, which is close to the Champs Elysees.
The Place dauphine is a historical square in Paris named after the son of King Henri IV, and this triangular square is located on the Ile de la Cite island.
The Thermes de Cluny are the ruins of the Gallo-Roman thermal baths constructed in approximately the 3rd century and are the best preserved in the city.
This square in Paris is most well known for its fountain called Saint Michaels Fountain, which is actually the highest fountain in Paris.
When it comes to some of the unusual buildings and monuments in Paris, then the Chinese Pagoda has got to be one not to be missed.
A beautiful mansion house constructed in 1688 within the Marais area and is now part of the Musee Carnavalet which is the museum of the history of Paris
The Place Joachim du Bellay square in Paris is often known as the Square des Innocents due to its fountain in the middle called the Fontaine des Innocents.
The Hotel Carnavalet is one of the oldest houses in the Marais area of Paris, and is the home of Musee Carnavalet, which is the Museum of the history of Paris.
The Pont de la Concorde is a bridge over the River Seine in Paris, which has been in place since the 1700s and is now classified as one of the historical monuments.
The Church of Saint Joseph Carmelite in Paris has tours along with masses, and with its crypt, there is a fascinating history waiting to be discovered.
This square in Paris is probably most well known for the impressive Madeleine church, however it is also home to gourmet boutiques and restaurants like Fauchon.
The Pont d’Alma over the River Seine in Paris was first constructed during the reign of Napoleon III, however, it was completely reconstructed in the 1970s.
The Ecole Militaire was constructed in the 1700s as a military training school and today still has the same purpose, although it is now called the School of War.
The Place Joffre square in Paris is dedicated to Joseph Jacques Cesaire Joffre and is located in between the Ecole Militaire and the Champ de Mars Park.
The square in front of Notre Dame was originally known as the Parvis Notre-Dame, but this has been renamed in recent years and is now called Place Jean-Paul II.
The Pont Louis Philippe was named after the king reigning at the time, and connects Ile Saint Louis to Quai de l’Hotel de Ville on the River Seine right bank.
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