Landmarks in Paris France - Page 7
Paris has numerous landmarks all around the city from historical buildings, churches, square and parks through to old railway line, restored waterways along with new more modern landmarks that appear as the city grows every day.
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The Square du General Morin is located along Rue Reaumur in front of the old priory called Saint-Martin-des-Champs that is home to Musee des Arts et Metiers.
The Jardin Yitzhak Rabin inside Bercy Park Paris offers a wide variety of landscapes including many water features, playgrounds, gardens, even a labyrinth.
The Square Marcel Mouloudji with its modern fountain constructed of stainless steel was created in the 1980s, and is located close to the Canal de l’Ourcq.
The Arts et Metiers metro stop was redesigned in 1994 based on steam power science fiction and has become a unusual but popular tourist attraction.
This unusual bridge in Paris is a lenticular truss bridge designed for pedestrians and cyclists that connects Bibliotheque Francois-Mitterand to Parc de Bercy.
This large roundabout and intersection in Paris named Place d’Italie, has a green space with a fountain in the middle of it, and numerous restaurants close by.
First opened in the 1600s The Pont Neuf is the oldest bridge in Paris that spans over the River Seine connecting the Ile de la Cite to both banks of the River.
You can find the Jardin Francoise-Giroud Gardens with its water fountain and statue of Alphonse Juin in the centre of a large roundabout at Place d’Italie.
This square in Paris has a childrens playground, basketball court, a memorial statue and a small water fountain, plus access to a municipal swimming pool.
The Leopold Achille square and park is located in the 3rd Arrondissement and Marais area of Paris next to mansion houses and the Musee Carnavalet.
You can find the Pont Morland bridge with its old floodgates at the southern end of Canal Saint-Martin connecting Port de l’Arsenal to the River Seine.
This rather unique forest garden located at the Bibliotheque Francois-Mitterrand library was designed in partnership with the Natural History Museum in Paris.
The unusual Square Gabriel Pierne is located within the 6th Arrondissement of Paris very close to the Institut de France and the River Seine.
Located in the 13th Arr of Paris the Allee Arthur Rimbaud is a promenade walkway that runs alongside the River Seine close to the National Library of France.
Constructed in 1990s the Passerelle Leopold Sedar Senghor bridge connects Quai des Tuileries on the right bank of the River Seine to Quai Anatole France.
The Paris bridge Pont des Invalides you can see today was constructed in 1854 and was designed by Paul-Martin Gallocher de Lagalisserie and Jules Savarin.
This garden in Paris called Square Jules Ferry was created in 1924 above the Canal Saint-Martin, plus it also marks the end of the Richard Lenoir Promenade.
This square in Paris is close to the River Seine opposite the Ile Saint Louis, but was only renamed in 2007 to Square Marie-Trintignant after the French actress.
Located in the 13th Arro of Paris the modern library called Bibliotheque Francois-Mitterrand is one of the largest libraries in the world and is part of the BNF.
This Paris railway bridge over the River Seine was constructed for the 1900 World Fair, which was built by engineers Moise and Widmer and architect Bonnet.
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