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Saint Eustache

Located in the centre of Paris, it's the second biggest church in town. Its foundation dates back to 1532, when the contemporary mayor, Jean de la Barre, instructed to build this church. A century later, the construction was completed. The church was...

Place des Vosges

Henry IV commissioned the design of most beautiful square in Paris, originally known as Place Royale. The unfortunate king met his end at the guillotine in 1610 in the nearby Rue de la Ferronnerie, and the newly named Place des Vosges was not complet...

Canal St-Martin Boat trip

To avoid tired feet you could make a boat trip on the Seine or on the other rivers in Paris. Canaurax organization offers various boat trips. With the boat Arletty you cross the Saint-Martin Canal and make a tour through the northern part of Paris. A...

Parks

During the construction of Paris, they realise that the presence of nature was necessary. These the reason why they have huge parks around the city. Next to parks, other important green city areas are the gardens of the palaces and churches.Jardin du...

La Madeleine

La Madeleine is one of the most famous churches in Paris. Of all the churches in Paris, it's also the one that looks least like a church. The church, which is dedicated to Mary Magdalene, has a notorious history. La Madeleine was built for use as a c...

Jardin des Tuileries (Tuileries Garden)

Jardin des Tuileries (Tuileries Garden) is one of the most beautiful and also one of the oldest public gardens in Paris. The gardens lie on the banks of the Seine and attract plenty of visitors. On a summer's day, you won't find an empty chair anywhe...

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