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Paris - Ile De France

Archaeological Crypt Notre Dame

Archaeological Crypt Notre Dame – Ile de la Cite

The Archaeological Crypt Notre Dame, a museum in situ located under the cathedral square, exhibits the vestiges of the Roman rampart and antic Paris

Arc de Triomphe

Arc de Triomphe – Place Charles De Gaulle

The Arc de Triomphe faces the Avenue des Champs Elysées and was built in the early 18th century to commemorate the victories of Emperor Napoleon I

Zouave statue and Pont de l'Alma

Zouave statue on Pont de l’Alma in Paris

The Alma Bridge is famous for the Zouave statue traditionally used by the Parisians as an unofficial standard to monitor the rise in the river water level

Eiffel Tower Seen from Champ de Mars

Eiffel Tower – Paris most visited monument

The Eiffel Tower, the masterpiece Gustave Eiffel built for the Universal Exhibition of 1889 is today the most visited monument in France

Paris covered passages

Covered passages, gateways to the Paris of yesteryear

Discover Paris covered passages, pedestrian shopping arcades nestled under elegant glass roofs and charming witnesses of 19th century architecture
Passage Puteaux in Paris

Passage Puteaux, Paris shortest covered passage

Passage Puteaux, Paris' shortest covered passage and former shopping arcade, is today a short-cut between 2 streets in the Madeleine District
Passage des Deux Pavillons in Paris

Passage des Deux Pavillons, a short cut to Palais-Royal

Passage des Deux Pavillons, a tiny passage named after the pavilions that frame it, serves as short-cut between the Palais-Royal and Rue Vivienne
Passage des Princes - Cupola and entrance on Boulevard des Italiens

Passage des Princes, the haunt of video games and models

Passage des Princes, the last covered shopping arcade built in the 19th century, was fully renovated and is today the haunt of video games and models stores

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