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Peniche Demoiselle Floating Entertainment Venue

Moored at Bassin de la Villette the Peniche Demoiselle is a floating entertainment venue that offers live music like, dance performances, yoga sessions and more.

Galerie De Mineralogie Et De Geologie Museum

The Gallery of Mineralogy and Geology has many different displays including prestigious meteorites, through to large crystals, cut and uncut gems.
- Photos of Gallery of Mineralogy

The Angelina Tearoom And Restaurant

With its elegant Belle Epoque decor the famous Angelina tearoom in Paris is still just as popular today with celebrities and tourists from all over the world.
- History of Angelina

Cafezoide - Childrens Cafe At Bassin De La Villette

This cafe at Bassin de la Villette Paris is dedicated to new-borns and children up to 16, and has a wide range of activities like painting, shows, even dance lessons.

Jardin Atlantique Public Gardens At Gare Montparnasse

The Jardin Atlantique is a public garden in Paris that is located above the Gare Montparnasse train station, and this garden has its own specific theme that relates to the ocean hence the name Atlantic Garden.

La Peniche Opera - Floating Opera Venue In Paris

Founded in 1982 the Paris Peniche Opera barge is a floating opera venue that offers operettas, opera comedy, musicals, Baroque opera and much more.

The Fontaine Medicis In Jardin du Luxembourg

This historical fountain with its statues, called Fontaine Medici, was constructed in the 1600s by Tommaso Francini and is located inside the Luxembourg gardens.
- Photos of Fontaine Medicis

Sanz By Bizz’Art Restaurant And Nightclub

The Sanz by Bizz’Art club is a popular place for a night out in Paris that has a restaurant and Nightclub open till 5am with a great line up of DJs.

Le Cirque Phenix Circus In Paris

The Cirque Phenix and its circus performances are hosted in the largest circus tent in the world that can cater up to 6000 spectators for each performance.

Peniche Antipode Floating Entertainment Venue

Located on Bassin de la Villette the Peniche Antipode is a floating childrens and adults entertainment venue with shows, concerts, cabarets and music events.

Gare Denfert-Rochereau Train Station

Dating from the 1840s, the Gare Denfert-Rochereau designed by Alexis Dulong, is the oldest train station in Paris that is still in use today by RER trains.
- Photos of Gare Denfert-Rochereau

Le VIP Paris Dinner Cruises And Hotel On The River Seine

The VIP Paris is a luxurious Yacht hotel on the River Seine that also takes its hotel guests on an sightseeing evening dinner cruise serving gourmet French cuisine.

The Square Marcel Pagnol

This Paris square was originally named Square Laborde when laid out by Jean Charles Alphand, but was renamed Square Marcel Pagnol.

The Bibliotheque De l’Arsenal Library

The public library Bibliotheque de l’Arsenal, holds documents and books dating back from 1600s including old printed books on case law, theology, history, etc.
- History Of The Bibliotheque De l’Arsenal

Place Des Pyramides Square

This Paris square sits right next to the Musee du Louvre and the Tuileries Gardens and is home to the impressive gilded equestrian statue of Joan of Arc.

The Fontaine de Leda In Jardin du Luxembourg

Located in Luxembourg gardens Fontaine de Leda is a water fountain that was commissioned by Napoleon Bonaparte and now sits behind Fontaine de Medicis.
- Photos of Fontaine de Leda

Place Denfert-Rochereau Square

This historical Paris square called Place Denfert-Rochereau, has the Lion of Belfort monument, three gardens around it and the entrance to the Paris Catacombs.
- Photos Place Denfert-Rochereau

The Point Ephemere Cultural Centre

Located in a old warehouse Point Ephemere next to Canal Saint-Martin is a cultural space having concerts, exhibitions, DJ clubbing, a bar and fast food restaurant.

The Historical Barriere d’Enfer Buildings In Paris

These two historical buildings in Paris called Barriere d’Enfer, were originally built in the 1700s in order to collect taxes for goods entering the capital city.

Square Abbe Migne

This Paris square and garden is located within Place Denfert-Rochereau behind the East Pavillons d’Enfer building and was named after a French priest
- Photos Square de l'Abbe Migne

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