Mandatory visited a distinguished place in Paris

1. Eiffel tower

 These tourist spots are the result of a series of 18 083 iron built between 1887 and 1889. Although built to celebrate the French revolution a century, making themselves invite criticism from all over France. Among artists assess the absence of the beauty of the Eiffel, is the architectural debate on the wind resistance of their structures. Even so, this French icon visited by millions of people remain faithful every year. Maybe more people who want to see Paris from a height of 275 meters through observation deck, including Tom Cruise Katie Holmes that apply in the restaurant of the famous romantic.


2.Champ Elysee
Being one of the elite in the Paris region are used as tourist attractions. Here agan will find a display case containing the goods and the famous perfume, other than expensive cafes that lined the road. Pedestrian comfort is also guaranteed, given the width of the sidewalk here. Formerly, the numbers are never used for the parade celebrating the Allied victory in World War II.

3.Arch de Triomphe
At the other end of the Champ Elysee, the resorts that will agan find is building resembles a large gate. Arch de Triomphe Napoleon built in 1806 as a symbol of French victory. Unfortunately, "The Short" trigger Napoleon was deposed before the building was finished established

4.Place de la Concorde
Another with a story the Place de la Concorde. Sights is the largest square in Paris, built in 1755 in an area of ​​86,400 meters. Characteristic of this place is a monument and fountain. Formerly, the nobility was laughing while watching the execution of criminals is open to opponents of the monarchy. After the French Revolution, changing the faces of the bourgeois was a gloomy face execution. The name of this resort is itself changed several times. Starting from the Place Louis XV "," Place de la Revolution ", and the final" Place de la Concorde "as a symbol of reconciliation.


5.Notre Dame de Paris
It is an old cathedral that was one of the best heritage of French gothic architecture. Began to be built since 1163, this cathedral was only really completed in the year 1345. In addition to being a tourist, the cathedral "Our Lady of Paris" is still used for Mass the Archbishop of France. MDers who visit this place, also can enjoy the coolness of the river Seine, not far from this building.

6.Musee Du Louvre
 Louvre Museum is one of the largest art museums in the world. If you do not like art, but want to satisfy your curiosity will be painting Mona Lisa (in Paris called "la joconde"), or may be interested because the book "The da Vinci Code", you still have to go to this museum.
Formerly used as a museum building is the palace of the Louvre (Palais de Louvre) which was built in 1190 and has become the stage of completion as the building looks today in 1870. And American architecture in 1989 from China, IM Pei's glass pyramid which is used as make one of 3 entrances.
To be able to enjoy the museum is exhibiting more than 35,000 objects of art from prehistoric times until the 19th century, you should come early in the morning around 09.00 am because of long queues, and you certainly will not waste your money 9 euros after pay admission.

 7.Parc de Sceaux
 Beautiful park in the south of Paris, there is no entrance fee, you can enjoy it as long as you want, picnics, take pictures in the park, front artificial canals and lakes, or castle, play ball or lay down on the grass.
Transportation that will take you to the Parc de Sceaux: Metro or RER station that fell in the Parc de Sceaux.

 8.Le Pere de Lachaise
 Cemetery is located at 16 rue de Repos, arrondissment 9. The complex area of ​​118 acre cemetery contains the graves of famous people such as singer Edith Piaff among others, Jim Morrison, Chopin, and Oscar Wilde. Open hours 08:00 to 19:00. The cost of free entry, 2 euros on the map sold at the entrance. Grave here, too, such as works of art, with the tomb of the great and unique.

9.Musee D’Orsay
 62 Rue de Lille, Paris arrondissement 7, a longtime former train station Gare d 'Orsay which was built in 1898 until 1910. Second largest art gallery in Paris is showing off the works of French painter of art created since 1848 until 1915. Forms of art on display paintings, photographs, sculpture and furniture from artists flow and post-impressionist impressionist like Monet, Manet, Renoir, Degas, Cezanne, Seurat, Gauguin and Van Gogh.

 10. The Church of Sacre Coeur & Montmartre
 Located at 35 Rue de Chevalier-de la barre, Montmartre, the Byzantine-style Basilica was built between 1876 and 1912 this became a prominent icon in the beautiful district of Paris. From the top of your church will be treated to a view of Paris which lie beneath.
Walk to another part of Montmartre in the back of the church, you will be greeted by many street artists as well as cafes and cozy restaurants.
Montmartre is the highest hill in the vicinity of Paris, known as the "home" of many world famous artists such as Dalí, Modigliani, Monet, Picasso, van Gogh, Matisse, Renoir, and Degas.

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