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“Tell me a story about France…”. 10 minutes from Versailles or 20 minutes ...from Paris-Porte d'Auteuil, France Miniature takes you around France in giant steps.
Notre-Dame celebrates its 850th ...anniversary
A series of major projects were launched to celebrate the 850th anniversary of ...Notre-Dame, one of the major Parisian landmarks, including a set of new bells, a new sound, and an innovative interior lighting system.
The chateaux in the Ile de France
The chateaux in the Ile de France are the living witnesses of centuries of ...history. Take a stroll in their parks and admire the talents of the architects, gardeners and decorators who created them and gave them their splendour.
The Way of Saint James in France
In order to reach Spain, pilgrims travelling to Santiago de Compostela can ...choose from one of four routes that run through France. Many monuments have been built along these historical roads to welcome the pilgrims.
The Church of St. Genevieve, built in the neo-classical construction style ...chosen in 1744 by Louis XV, is the work of the architect Jacques-Germain Soufflot. In 1791, the monument became the Panthéon, a secular place dedicated to the worship of great men. However, it would undergo many changes of use in the 19th century.
The Opera Garnier
Au cœur de Paris, le Palais Garnier veille sur un quartier très animé de la ...capitale française : le quartier de l'Opéra, cœur du Paris haussmannien et quartier des affaires. Avec sa programmation musicale et son architecture d'influence baroque, il attire aussi bien les amateurs de belles bâtisses que les connaisseurs d'opéra.
Hôtel des Invalides
Discover one of the largest art and military history museums in the world
The Arc de Triomphe
For two centuries, the Arc de Triomphe has proudly stood at the centre of the ...Place de l'Étoile in Paris. Offering panoramic views and 19th century sculptures, it is one of the most visited monuments in the French capital.
The Eiffel Tower
The Eiffel Tower, a symbol of Paris and France, has enjoyed a level of success ...that no one could have possibly imagined when it was built in 1889. It attracts some 7 million visitors every year and over the decades has become one of the country's most important monuments.
The National Museum of Archaeology
The Château de Saint-Germain-en-Laye, situated around 13 miles west of Paris, ...currently houses the magnificent National Museum of Archaeology. Prehistory, the Iron Age and Gaul unveil their secrets within an old-fashioned château, a long-time grand residence of the Kings of France.