Music kiosks - Place de la Nation

Paris’ music kiosks, built between 1890 and 1920, have long fallen into disuse but are about to be restored and returned to their original cultural purpose

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Camargue gardian

Camargue, the delta of the river Rhône, a Regional Natural Park consisting of wetlands and salt lakes and haven for wildlife including horses and flamingos

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La Royere - Concrete trench

La Royere viewpoint on the Chemin des Dames, a place of remembrance commemorating La Malmaison victory and the French Colonial Troops’ bravery in 1917

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Plateau de Californie - Sculpture by Haim Kern that was stolen

Plateau de Californie, one of the battlefields of the Chemin des Dames, was kept in its war state, planted with pines and turned into a Site of Remembrance

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Saint-Paul Saint-Louis Church in Paris

The Baroque Saint-Paul Saint-Louis Church, built in the Marais by the Jesuits in the 17th century and dedicated to St. Louis and St. Paul the First Hermit

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Solitary fairy chimney of Cotteuges

The fairy chimney of Cotteuges in Auvergne, a column of clay protected from millennia of erosion by a block of lava projected during a volcanic eruption

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Palais Galliera

The Paris Fashion Museum is housed in the Palais Galliera, an Italian Renaissance building erected by the Duchess of Galliera to exhibit her art collections

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The Constellation de la Douleur sculptures pay tribute to the French Colonial Troops who died assaulting the Dragon’s Lair on Chemin des Dames during WWI

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Grottes de Jonas

The Grottes de Jonas, a troglodyte village with its chapel and manor-house built into the cliff, and occupied from ancient times until the French Revolution

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Entrance to the Caverne du Dragon

The Chemin des Dames Museum was founded above the entrance to the Caverne du Dragon, one of the deadliest battlefields of the failed Nivelle Offensive

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Conseil Economique, Social et Environnemental

Conseil Economique, Social et Environnemental – Palais d’iena, an advisory council composed of representatives of employers, trade unions and associations

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Chemin des Dames - Cornflower and poppy field in memory of Commonwealth and French soldiers

Chemin des Dames or Ladies’ Way, an east-west road running along a ridge and major strategic position that became one of the deadliest battlefields of WWI

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Guimet Museum

The Guimet Museum – Musée National des Arts Asiatiques was founded in 1889 by Emile Guimet and is one of the largest museums of Asian art in the world

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River Seine and Ile Saint-Louis

The River Seine, one of Paris’ most iconic landmarks and main artery spanned by 37 bridges, but also a traditional means of transport and water supply

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