The perfect Paris

Decorative lighting
The Eiffel Tower and the Invalides, lit illuminated at sunset.

Go to Paris and take a look at it as a city in its ideal form.Opening the City:  France  continues to open for you the city in which you may not have been. At this time, went to Paris and take a look at it as a city in its ideal form. 

2. The heart of the Louvre Intricate painting on the ceiling of the gallery of Apollo in the Paris Louvre Museum is reflected in the polished floor and exhibition showcases. Construction of the gallery began in 1661 and was fully completed only in 1851. In total, over her finish with more than 20 artists. In the gallery of Apollo are works of French art from the 200-year history. It also houses the royal jewels, including the famous diamonds of the "Regent" (140 carats) and the Suns (53 carats), as well as the 105-carat ruby ​​"Côte-de-Bretagne".
3. By heaven
Basilica of the Sacre Coeur is located at the highest point of Paris, Montmartre. From the top of the basilica overlooking the Montmartre 830 meters with a great view. This is the second highest point of the review after the Eiffel Tower.

4. Stained Glass
This artfully executed stained-glass dome is located above the main restaurant, shopping center Magazev du Printemps. "It was installed in 1923 and consists of 3,185 pieces of colored glass.

5. In search of coolness
Tourists wetted his feet in the fountains at Trocadero, around which there are many museums and gardens.

 6. Views from the middle of the Seine
Pleasure boat "Bateau Mouche" swims past the Paris Palace of Justice. Such a walk along the river are very popular among tourists, as well as provide an opportunity not only to view Paris, and relax.

 7. Museum Masterpieces
One of the greatest museums in the world, the Louvre, was once a royal fortress, and was open to all in 1793. It contains the 35,000 works of Western art and the art of the ancient world, covering an area of about 60,000 square meters. In the year of the Louvre has more than 6 million visitors.

 8. Paradise for shoppers
In the passage, Geoffrey, across from the boulevard Montmartre, you can purchase products from local artists, food and other goods. Initially, these passages, which stretch between Grand Boulevard and the Louvre Museum, designed to protect pedestrians from mud and horse-drawn carts.

 9. Contemporary art
The Pompidou Center in Paris. Its industrial style in 1977 contrasts sharply with the surrounding buildings in the oldest district of Paris, near Notre Dame Cathedral. At the Centre Pompidou is a public library, as well as the French National Museum of Modern Art.

 10. Divine Architecture
One of the finest examples of French Gothic style - Notre Dame Cathedral, also known as Notre Dame. In the year it is visited by about 13 million visitors.

 11. Defenders
The famous stone statues of Notre Dame.

12. Tranquil gardens
Jardin des Tuileries - Paris central garden - very popular with locals and with tourists, thanks to its convenient location, fountains, sculptures, a cafe and an English park.

 13. Tuileries Palace
Tuileries Palace is located in the west end of the Louvre, the Tuileries garden, which stretches from the Louvre to the Place de la Concorde.

 14. Moulin Rouge
Cabaret "Moulin Rouge" was built in 1889 in the Pigalle, Paris' red-light district "on the Boulevard de Clichy. "Moulin Rouge" is known primarily as the birthplace of cancan.

15. Leaky time
Fountain Fontaine-de-Mer on one of the main squares of Paris, Place de la Concorde. This is the biggest area of Paris (8.64 ha).

 16. Honoring warriors
Arc de Triomphe is located in the center area of ​​Charles de Gaulle in the west end of the Champs Elysees. The Arch was built in honor of soldiers who fought for France. On its inner sides can read the names of the commanders and the names of battles. Under the arch of the tomb of the Unknown Soldier, who fell during the First World War.

 17. Coffee Break
Bakery in the Paris district of Montmartre.

 18. Parisian cheese
A piece of the famous French blue cheese Roquefort in Paris shop.

 19. Too expensive real estate
Place Vendome - an octagonal area, located north of the Tuileries Gardens and east of the Madeleine. Bronze column in the center of the area was established by Napoleon in 1810, after winning the French army at Austerlitz. Around the Place Vendome are the most luxurious apartments and hotels, as well as elite boutiques, including «Cartier», «Chanel» and «Bulgari».

 20. Paris address the greatest people in the world
Pere Lachaise cemetery, located on the eastern outskirts of the city was named after a Jesuit priest Lachaise, confessor of King Louis XIV. Here lie many famous people, including Musset, Chopin, Moliere, Oscar Wilde, Delacroix, Balzac, Jim Morrison.

21. Impressive collection
Orsay Museum - one of the most popular museums in Paris, located in the former Orsay railway station. The museum displays a vast collection of sculptures and the masterpieces of the Impressionists: Monet, Degas, Renoir and Cezanne.

 22. Grand structure
The Great Palace was built for the Universal Exhibition of 1900. A distinctive feature of the building is a glass roof, which distinguishes it from other buildings in Paris. The palace was the result of three different architects, and now it is the largest structure made ​​of metal and glass in the world.

23. Luxury street
Boutique «Louis Vuitton» to capture the imagination the Champs Elysees, one of the most famous and most beautiful streets in the world.

24. Pantheon
The Pantheon was originally conceived as a church of Saint Genevieve - Louis XV built it to accomplish his vow, given during his illness. Until 1885 the Pantheon was used as a religious and public building, now a famous burial place of outstanding people.

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