American Cathedral in Paris

The neo-Gothic American Cathedral in Paris, an Anglican Episcopal church located in the prestigious Avenue George V and headed by a woman Dean since 2013

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Porte Dauphine Metro entrance

Porte Dauphine Metro entrance, one of three remaining complete Art Nouveau canopies designed by the architect Hector Guimard in the early 20th century

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Gaillac wine festival brotherhoods

Gaillac Wine Festival in Tarn, a giant 48-hour wine party held during the second weekend in August to promote the delicious Gaillac AOC wines

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Passage du Ponceau - caretaker lodge

The Passage du Ponceau is a short and narrow covered gallery open in 1826 in the Sentier, an area of Paris traditionally dedicated to the textile industry

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Renaissance castle in Lourmarin

Lourmarin in Luberon, a picturesque village and one of the most popular tourist destinations in Provence, is ranked among the Plus Beaux Villlages de France

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Fontaine du Creuset du temps on Place de Catalogne

The Place de Catalogne was designed by the Spanish architect Riccardo Bofill in the 1980’s during the redevelopment of Montparnasse in Paris’ 14th district

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Echelles du Baroques on Place de Seoul

Les Echelles du Baroque, a set of buildings designed by the Spanish architect Riccardo Bofill and overlooking the Place de Catalogne in Paris 14th district

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Quartier du Temple - Knights Templar's Tour du Temple

The Quartier du Temple was developed on the site of the Enclos du Temple, the fortified monastery the Knights Templar’s built during the 13th century

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Montmartre Cemetery - Jean Bauchet's grave

Montmartre Cemetery, one of the four cemeteries open during the 19th century, contains the graves of many artists and personalities who lived in Montmartre

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