L'Embacle on Place du Quebec

L’Embâcle on the small Place du Quebec in St-Germain-des-Prés, a stylised fountain offered to the city of Paris by the government of Quebec in 1984

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Galerie Vivienne

The exclusive Galerie Vivienne, one of the shopping galleries built in the heart of Paris during the 19th century, is fully dedicated to luxury trade

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Nicolas Flamel House

Nicolas Flamel House, the oldest house known to date in Paris, was built for a rich bourgeois said to have discovered the secret of the philosopher’s stone

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Statue of Liberty

The replica of the Statue of Liberty on the Ile aux Cygnes, a gift of the American community of Paris to commemorate the centenary of the French Revolution

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Flower Market in Paris

Flower Market, held since 1808 on Place Lépine on the Ile de la Cité in Paris, and officially renamed Marché aux Fleurs Reine Elizabeth II on 7 June 2014

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Galerie Colbert in Paris

The elegant Galerie Colbert was open to the public in 1827 and is one of about 150 covered passages built in the heart of Paris during the 19th century

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Mairie du 1er Arrondissement de Paris

The Renaissance and Gothic Flamboyant Mairie du 1er Arrondissement and its belfry were built in the 1850’s as a pendant to St Germain l’Auxerrois Church

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