Lido

On the most famous avenue in the world, the Lido magazines have been contributing to the glitter of the capital since 1946. With a panoramic hall of 2000 m², more

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Moulin Rouge

Famous all over the world for its famous French cancan, the Moulin Rouge is part of the purest tradition of music-hall made in France and has always presented sumptuous revues.

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The Conciergerie

From the royal castle to the prison, the Conciergerie has been the scene of some of the most important moments in the history of France. The building was once the

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Sainte Chapelle

Very close to Notre Dame is the Holy Chapel, which is a chapel with Gothic stained glass windows from the 13th century! This alone would justify a visit, but there

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Les Invalides

The Hôtel des Invalides is famous for its dome, which was covered during its restoration in 1989 with more than 555,000 gold leaves laid by ten master gilders. Today the

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Paris Catacombs

History of the catacombs of Paris Created at the end of the 18th century, the catacombs of Paris are one of the most famous ossuaries in the world. Because of

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