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12 Rue de l'Ecole de Médecine, 75006, Paris

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60 Boulevard Saint-Michel, 75006, Paris

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1 Rue Odéon, 75006, Paris

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19, Rue de Vaugirard, 75006, Paris

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37 Quai Branly, 75007, Paris

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Place Saint-Germain-des-Prés, 75006, Paris

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15, Rue Saint-Benoît, 75007, Paris

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3, Place Saint Germain des Prés, 75006, Paris

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Originally, the site was a Benedictine abbey founded by the Merovingian King Childebert I in the sixth century. Today, only the portion including the church is still visible. The tower and nave, Romanesque, have to Moreover been rebuilt in the eleventh...

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7 Rue de l’abbaye, 75006, Paris

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15, Rue de Vaugirard, 75006, Paris

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The Luxembourg Palace was named after the hotel was built in the mid-sixteenth century and belonged to Francois de Piney, Duke of Luxembourg. Built in 1625 by Salomon de Brosse for Queen Marie de Medici, the Luxembourg Palace housed the royal family...

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The Pont d'Iena links the Tour Eiffel to the gardens of the Trocadero situated in the axis of the Champ-de-Mars and the Palais de Chaillot. This bridge was built between 1806 and 1813, then wided until 1936. Napoleon ordered its edification to commemorate the victory in Iena over the Prussians, in 1806. Equestrian groups decorate the enters of the bridge, they represent four horsemen from differents nations. They...

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Founded in 1951 by the Union of manufacturers. The creators of famous name brands have always been victims of clever forgers. Here one learns that the Gauls already practiced plagiarism.

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Spread across three galleries, one on dinosaurs, one on minerals, and The Great Hall of Evolution

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The actual church is built on an ancient merovingienne basilic, the choir has been consecrated in 1429, and the church was completed in the XVIth century. During the Second Empire, Haussmann decided to line the church up in the Boulevard de Strasbourg, then the classical facade was replaced by a neo-gothic one. In 1865, the City of Paris ordered severals statues for the portal.

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Also called the "Grande Paroisse", because it was the royal chapel of the Louvre in the 14th century. Its construction took from the 12th to the 16th century. The tower date of the 12th century, the superb portal, the choir and the chapel in Gothic Style, of the 13th. The beautiful stained-glass windows date of the 15th century.

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Ordered by Napoleon as a memorial to the French Grand Army, the triumphal arch was begun by the architect Chalgrin in 1806 and completed in 1836.The Arc de Triomphe is built on the model of ancient Triumphal Arches, but its monumental size: 50 meters tall and 45 meters wide, is typical of the Empire architecture. This arch offers a great whole of sculptures, the best known is a bas relief of Rude, depicting ""...

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The Grand Palais was built by Daglone and Louvet, between 1897 and 1900, for the World's Fair. Its large metallic hall is typical of the Art Nouveau whereas the stone facade with ionics columns is in Academic style.At the corners, in the top of the building rush the bronzes groups of Recipon.Actually, the Grand Palais contains many temporary world famous exhibitions

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The Pont d'Iena links the Tour Eiffel to the gardens of the Trocadero situated in the axis of the Champ-de-Mars and the Palais de Chaillot. This bridge was built between 1806 and 1813, then wided until 1936. Napoleon ordered its edification to commemorate the victory in Iena over the Prussians, in 1806. Equestrian groups decorate the enters of the bridge, they represent four horsemen from differents nations. They...

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Founded in 1951 by the Union of manufacturers. The creators of famous name brands have always been victims of clever forgers. Here one learns that the Gauls already practiced plagiarism.

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Spread across three galleries, one on dinosaurs, one on minerals, and The Great Hall of Evolution

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