Arc de Triomphe
The Arc de Triomphe is a true symbol of Paris and the history of France. Located on the Place Charles de Gaulle (also called the Etoile Square or the Stars)…

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Who does not risk, he does not drink a proveno
When they say "the south of France", usually the imagination rests on the Cote d'Azur. Of course, each of the towns of the French Riviera, sunk at least 300 days…

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Take a walk in paris
Christmas in France (as well as any other western country) is a family holiday. Wherever the French are, they always return home for Christmas to meet with their families, sit…

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Luxembourg Garden

The Luxembourg Garden, located in the Latin Quarter next to the Sorbonne, although it is not the largest park in Paris, is certainly among the favorite recreation areas of Parisians and guests of the capital. Spread over a territory of 26 hectares, it attracts citizens and tourists with the opportunity to lie on green lawns, walk along shady alleys, relax by the fountains, and admire the numerous sculptural beauty. Continue reading

Place de la Bastille
Place de la Bastille in Paris is known to the whole world, first of all, by its fortress, which was destroyed in the Great French Revolution.The modern square has become…

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Tokyo Palace and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Paris
Tokyo Palace (Palais de Tokyo) is located in Paris in the 16th arrondissement at 13, Avenue du President Wilson Avenue of President Wilson. The palace building was built to the…

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Luxembourg Garden
The Luxembourg Garden, located in the Latin Quarter next to the Sorbonne, although it is not the largest park in Paris, is certainly among the favorite recreation areas of Parisians…

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Field of Mars in Paris
The Champ de Mars is a world-famous French park in the seventh arrondissement of Paris, and is a landmark place for national events and celebrations. The park is located on…

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