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This Gothic marvel of architecture belongs to the monuments listed by UNESCO as a world heritage site.
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Disneyland Paris is a theme park straight out of Walt Disney's
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The Pompidou-Metz Centre, a contempory artistic creation.
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Paris Zoological Park will take you on a journey around the world.
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More than a concert hall, the Philharmonie is a place where music comes to life.
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The Centre Pompidou, the most beautiful view of Paris, the biggest collection of modern and contemporary art in Europe, 25 exhibitions which make event every year, cinema, theater, concerts, conferences : the art of our time, for all the people.
Majestic bell towers, sky-scraping steeple and flying
butresses, stained glass windows and great organ: Notre-Dame is one
of the most fascinating buildings in Paris.
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Perched on a hill to the north of Paris, the basilica dominates the skyline of Montmartre with its white dome.
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The world-renowned Moulin Rouge was founded in 1889 in Paris. Two
centuries later, party-goers around the world dream of reliving La Belle Époque. Why not join in?
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A must-see museum - majestic, magnificent, magical. The biggest museum in Europe, the Louvre has not always been a wonderful museum visited by nearly 9 million visitors each year.
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Initially designed ans destined to be a central train station, Orsay has been converted into a a museum of art in the 80's.
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The Grand Palais in Paris is an impressive 240-metre long
edifice that rises to 45 metres in height, situated between the Champs
Elysées and the place de la Concorde.
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Its mission: to showcase non-western artwork.
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A unique view of the Champs-Élysées, the world’s most beautiful avenue.
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The most visited monument in Paris was designed by engineering genius Gustave Eiffel, together with architect Stephen Sauvestre. It was completed in 1889 in time for the World Fair, or Universal Expo.