THE ATTRACTIVE MONUMENTAL DESTINATIONS IN PARIS

    THE ATTRACTIVE MONUMENTAL DESTINATIONS IN PARIS


    The holiday most people are flocking to all the extraordinary  French capital's monuments of Paris. But while they should be seen, day trips from Paris should also be participated in...



    Most famous  historical monuments in paris


    Eiffel Tower


    When you are visiting gorgeous Paris you cannot escape the famous Eiffel Tower. The tall building is connected to the city of love and can be seen from different places.
    Like any famous landmark the Eiffel Tower gets very overcrowded so get some early tickets to skip the line.

     Even when the tower was constructed in 1889 it was as an entrance to the World Fair, so from the beginning of time, you could get tickets for the Eiffel Tower! it stands 324 tall and has become the symbol of Paris.

    The Eiffel Tower is a very popular place and the line restaurant around at the foot of the building until you reach a lift to take you up.
     If you get tickets for an Eiffel Tower tour you are often able to avoid this annoying wait in line




    Louvre Museum



    The Louvre is also known as one of the worlds most popular piece is Leonardo da Vinci's "Mona Lisa." It was established in 1793 and is one of the oldest museums in Europe. Its collections span from the birth of great civilizations up to the 19th century. A whopping 5.7 million tourists visited the museum in 2002






    Cathedrale Notre Dame



    Cathedrale Notre Dame lies in the center of Paris. Also known worldwide as a masterwork of the French Gothic Architecture.

    The  Cathedrale Notre Dame de Paris has been a ceremonial focus for the Catholic Paris' since seven centuries now. With huge interiors, marvelous engineering and spectacular rose windows, this cathedral is famous for a capacity of holding more than 6000 people.





    Musee Rodin



    With such popularity in Paris and further afield, it only made sense for a museum of his work to be opened. In 1916, he handed his large collection over to the government, which included both his sculptures and drawings and following his death in 1917 at the age of 77, his work was immediately underway to showcase his achievements.

    The Musee Rodin opened to the public on August 4th, 1919 and contains
    a lot of marble, bronze, plaster, terracotta and wax sculptures. It also houses a wide selection of ceramics, paintings, and drawings on the walls, as well as works from Monet, Renoir and Van Gogh which were from Rodin’s personal collection.
    Located in Hotel Biron, the museum and the garden is beautiful to be held Psychology Articles, with surprises around every corner and abundance of stunning designs to catch the imagination of visitors.




    Triomphe arch



    One place we would highly recommend you go and see is the Arc de Triomphe, which is a remarkable monument that was built to honor those who fought for France
    Now, you may have heard of the famous Avenue des Champs-Elysees, which is known around the world for its shops, restaurants, hotels plus much more, this is the where you can find them Arc de Triomphe, positioned at the western end of the Champs-Elysees, standing in the center of the Place Charles de Gaulle.






    Opera House



    This wonderful building took 15 years to complete and used 74 sculptors and 14 painters to decorate every part of the building with such beautiful detail that in 2000 when the main façade was renovated experts were astounded to see how rich and bright the colors still were.

    The Opera house is expensive and luxurious; it shows how at the time of its creation it was seen as a rich country with grand taste and liked to demonstrate their construction talents. Most of the surfaces are covered with red velvet to give a comfortable environment as you delighted by the opera, everything else is either behind a beautiful sculpture  covered with gold paper so that when the light from the beautiful chandelier hits it the entire room glows.








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