Pasteur Museum - Entrance to the crypt

The Pasteur Museum was open in Louis Pasteur’s apartment that is located in the Institut Pasteur, an institute he co-founded in 1887 with Dr. Roux

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Passage des Panoramas - L'Arbre à Cannelle

Passage des Panoramas, the oldest and one of the finest covered galleries of Paris, was named after an entertainment hall projecting French cities’ views

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Rodin Museum - The Thinker

The Rodin Museum was founded in the Hotel Biron in Paris and exhibits the major works of Auguste Rodin, one of the most prolific sculptors of his time

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Passage du Caire - Facade with Goddess Hathor

Passage du Caire, the longest and second oldest passage way in Paris is located in Le Sentier, a district traditionally dedicated to the textile industry

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Chateau de Bagatelle - peacock

The Chateau de Bagatelle, known for its stunning gardens, was built in the Bois de Boulogne by the Count of Artois who turned it into a place of debauchery

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Bois de Boulogne - Lac Inferieur

The Bois de Boulogne, one of the largest public parks of Paris, was entirely landscaped by the engineer Alphand and Baron Haussmann during the Second Empire

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Fontaine de Vaucluse - Turquoise and emerald water

La Fontaine de Vaucluse, one of France’s natural wonders, a peaceful spring with emerald waters that turns into a spectacular waterfall in the spring

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Galeries Lafayette cupola

The stunning Art Nouveau stained-glass cupola of the prestigious Galeries Lafayette department store in Paris is classified as a Historical Monument

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