The Louvre
No museum in the world can compare in popularity with the Louvre, which is visited annually by about 10 million people. First of all, visitors seek to see the mysterious…

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Abbey of Mont Saint Michel
The abbey of Mont Saint-Michel in Normandy is a medieval functioning monastery, as well as a fortress on the eponymous island. Located in the north-west of France, in the vast…

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Moulin Rouge
The Moulin Rouge Cabaret is considered to be one of the most famous sights of Paris. Enchanting show, unusual costumes, beautiful dancers, the famous French cancan, which was first performed…

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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

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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Tuileries Garden
Tuileries Garden is located in the heart of Paris. In the west, the Place de la Concorde adjoins the Tuileries Garden, behind which is the Champs Elysees. On the east…

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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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Grand Opera in Paris
The Paris Grand Opera, located in the Garnier Palace, is considered one of the most famous in the world. Art lovers will be able to enjoy opera and ballet here,…

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