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Church Saint-Peter of Montrouge

Published almost 5 years ago by Laurent Bourdaire

The Wikipedia entry for Saint-Peter of Montrouge is: Saint-Pierre-de-Montrouge is a 19th century church in Paris, in the Petit-Montrou<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/church-saint-peter-of-montrouge">...(more)</a>

Church of Saint-Léon

Published almost 5 years ago by Laurent Bourdaire

The french Wikipedia entry for Church of Saint-Léon is: The Church of Saint- Léon is located in the 15th arrondissement of Paris, Place du Cardinal <a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/church-saint-leon">...(more)</a>

Aeroport Roissy Paris-Charles de Gaulle, aerogare 2F, departs

Published almost 5 years ago by Gil Malmasson

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Aéroport Roissy Paris-Charles de Gaulle, aérogare 2F, départs

Musee du Louvre - Sculptures

Published almost 5 years ago by Randy Myers

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Musee du Louvre - Jean Restout - The Pentecost

Published almost 5 years ago by Randy Myers

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The Pentecost, by Jean Restout, dominates this room in the Louvre.  It was originally even wider and had an arched top before it was seized by the state during the French Revolution.

Musee du Louvre - Interior

Published almost 5 years ago by Randy Myers

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Church of Our Lady of Work

Published almost 5 years ago by Laurent Bourdaire

Church rebuilt by Abbot Soulange-Bodin at the Exposition Universelle of 1900. Produced by architect Jules Astruc, the chosen style (l<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/church-of-our-lady-of-work-paris">...(more)</a>

Musee du Louvre - Cour Napoleon

Published almost 5 years ago by Randy Myers

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The Louvre Pyramid in the main courtyard serves as the main entrance to the museum. It has become a Paris landmark since its completion in 1989.

Underneath the Arc de Triomphe

Published almost 5 years ago by Randy Myers

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The one day in my life that I am in Paris, so of course it has to be a gray, rainy, worthless day.  Oh well, you have to take what you can get.

Steps of the Sacre Coeur, Paris

Published almost 5 years ago by Daniel Oi

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The Sacre Coeur church stands at the top of Montmartre and is a popular landmark in Paris. Though begun in 1865, it was not until 1914 that it was completed, though consecration had to wait until after the end of WWI.

Palais de Justice - La Conciergerie Prison

Published almost 5 years ago by Randy Myers

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One of the only surviving medieval parts of the original Gothic palace of the early kings of France (Sainte Chapelle ch<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/palais-de-justice-la-conciergerie-prison-paris">...(more)</a>

HOTEL de PARIS Museum

Published almost 5 years ago by T. Emrich

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The Hotel de Paris Museum is a Historic Site of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. One of the most stunning pieces of architectur<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/hotel-de-paris-museum-usa">...(more)</a>

Eiffel Tower at Night

Published almost 5 years ago by Daniel Oi

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The Eiffel Tower is one of the most iconic landmarks of Paris, standing 324m high. Built for the 1889 World Fair, it was intended to be demol<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/paris-eiffel-tower-night">...(more)</a>

Grand Arche

Published almost 5 years ago by Daniel Oi

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La Grande Arche stands in the district of La Defense to the West of Paris. It is 108m wide, 110m high and 112m deep and is on the Axe Historique upo<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/paris-grand-arche">...(more)</a>

Louvre Pyramid at Night

Published about 5 years ago by Daniel Oi

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The Louvre courtyard is dominated by the glass pyramid designed by I. M. Pei and completed in 1989. A more recent addition is a Ferris Wheel nearby in the Tuileries Garden.

Paris rue de Bièvre

Published about 5 years ago by PEC

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Paris 12 rue Crémieux

Published about 5 years ago by PEC

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A small pedestrian street near Gare de Lyon in Paris lined with small houses. The ambiance is peacefull just near a busy rail station. The picture has been taken around 9 pm in May.

Louvre Pyramid

Published about 5 years ago by Daniel Oi

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The Pyramid at the Louvre is a controversial addition to the museum. It was built in 1989 and designed by I. M. Pei. It covers the visitor entrance hall and features more than 666 panes of glass.