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Must-see while in Paris
Must-see while in Paris
Posted September 9, 2013

We are in the middle of an adventure in ParisMaison & Objet event. Connect with the latest trends, unique design, decoration, interior design and inspire yourself while getting through the beauty of the City.

Through its architecture, art and romance flowing in the air it is easy to foll in love with Paris.

Notre-Dame de Paris  means “Our Lady of Paris”. It is the spirit of Paris. A design build to create a Roman Rite Catholic Marian Cathedral on the eastern part of the lle de la Cite. The memory of old times, French Gothic architecture. Know around the world. It measures 130 meters in length, has a high-vaulted nave and double side aisles, it also contains France’s largest organ.

 

The heart of art world collection lays in the Louvre museum with his 35,000 priceless objects. The building was created as for a fortress by King Philippe-Auguste in 1190, Charles V (1364-80) was the first king to make it his home. In the 16th century it was changed to a  Renaissance-style. The place was opened for public in 1793.

It is a chance to meet Leonardo’s Mona Lisa enigmatic smile.

The Eiffel Tower is an iron lattice tower placed in Champ de Mars. The Tower received its name after the engineer who designed and build it Gustave Eiffel. Established in 1889 as the entrance arch to the Word Fair. It has become the symbol of Paris as well as France.

The Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris. Roman catholic church dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus a well known vision of loving and sympathetic Christ. While visiting it the chaplains offer you all the richness of their ministry.

Arc de Triomphe was built between 1806 and 1836. Stends at the center of the Place Charles de Gaulle. De decorative style is focused on the tradition of sculpture from the first half of the nineteenth century. It is a memory to thous who fought for France with Napoleon. The design schows us the names of the generals and wars fought. Seeing the arch allows us to get closer to the history art of the forgotten times.


 

 

 

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