Passage du Grand Cerf

The Passage du Grand Cerf, one of the remaining covered galleries open in the middle of the 19th century, has been restored and returned to its past glory

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29 Avenue Rapp - main entrance

Jules Aimé Lavirotte’s Art Nouveau building at No. 29 Avenue Rapp was the winner of the annual contest for the most beautiful facade in Paris in 1901

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Boats on Lac Daumesnil in Bois de Vincennes

The Bois de Vincennes, Paris’ largest public park includes 4 lakes, 2 flower parks, theatres, a Buddhist centre, racecourse, velodrome, zoo and a farm

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La Petite Russie

La Petite Russie housing estate was built to accommodate the Russians who fled the Revolution of 1905 and were hired as drivers by the Citroën taxi company

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No3 Rue Volta

The timbered house at no3 Rue Volta was considered the oldest house in Paris until 1979 when it was proved that it dated only from the 17th century!

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Palais des Papes in Avignon

Avignon – Papal City, a city boasting an outstanding cultural and architectural heritage resulting from being successively occupied by ancient civilizations

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Bishop palace's former gardens in Albi

Albi, the capital of the Land of Plenty and heart of the Albigensian heresy, today boasts the stunning Ste-Cecile Cathedral and Toulouse Lautrec Museum

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Rue Francois Miron - Maison du Faucheur and Maison du Mouton

The Maison du Faucheur and Maison du Mouton at nos11-13 Rue Francois Miron, are among the oldest houses in Paris and are classified as Historical Monuments

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Theatre des Bouffes Parisiens in Passage Choiseul

Passage Choiseul, a 19th century Parisian shopping gallery once renown for its cultural shops and its theatre, was also home to the writer Ferdinand Céline

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La Petite Alsace

Cité Daviel – La Petite Alsace, a council houses estate built in the early 20th century by the Alsacian architect Jean Walter in La Butte aux Cailles area

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Montparnasse Cemetery - Hands sculpture

Montparnasse Cemetery, the second largest cemetery in Paris after the Père Lachaise, contains the graves of many artists and philosophers of the inter war

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Le Pouce de Cesar in La Defense

Le Pouce, a monumental bronze sculpture created from a 3D molding of the sculptor César Baldaccini ‘s thumb and located in La Défense near Paris

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Grande Arche de la Defense

Grande Arche de la Defense, located in Paris business district and inaugurated on 26/08/1989 to celebrate the bicentenary of the signature of Human Rights

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