Lion de Belfort on Place Denfert Rochereau

Place Denfert Rochereau-Lion de Belfort honours Colonel Denfert-Rochereau who defended the Territoire de Belfort during the Franco-Prussian War of 1870/71

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Le Reseda sculpture

Le Reseda, a monumental sculpture representative of the Raw Art created by the artist Dubuffet and exhibited in the Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations

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Shop signs in Paris - Bookshop

A simplified history of the popular hanging shop signs reintroduced in Paris during the 15th century, today a very popular tradition among shops owners

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Carrousels - Montmartre

Carrousels are popular in Paris, so here is a list of the the various places and addresses where you will find them when visiting Paris with your children

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Bastille Metro station - La Constitution

Bastille Metro station’s platforms on Line 1, a thematic decoration focused on the key moments of the French Revolution to celebrate its bicentenary

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Chateau de Vincennes - Donjon and Pavillon du Roi

The Donjon of the Chateau de Vincennes is the only remaining medieval royal residence left in France and the tallest remaining keep in Europe

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Palais de Tokyo

Palais de Tokyo Museum in Paris, a perfect illustration of Art Deco architecture and one of the largest sites dedicated to contemporary art in Europe

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Pavillon de Chartres - Rotonde du Parc Monceau

Parc Monceau, a park created on the Duke of Chartres’ estate and adorned with various architectural features including the General Farmers Wall’s rotunda

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Fete des Remparts in Dinan

The Fete des Remparts is a medieval thematic festival that takes place every other year on the last weekend in July in the historic city of Dinan

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Remembrance Day in a French village

Remembrance Day – Armistice Day on November 11th, a major national day in France commemorating the anniversary of the end of hostilities during WWI

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Quercy house

The historical Quercy is part of the Midi-Pyrénées Region and consists of a series of limestone plateaus or Causses in Haut Quercy and plains in Bas Quercy

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Carnac megaliths

Carnac, the largest megalithic site in the world is located in Morbihan in Southern Brittany, a region considered the core area of the megalithic culture

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Triskel - Brittany

Brittany, a land of granite located in the Péninsule d’Armorique in Western France, a former influential Duchy today consisting of four departments

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