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Serves southwest France, Spain and Portugal.

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The Concergerie was actually meant to house Philippe-le-Bel's concierge and his palace guards but in 1391 until 1914 it was used to fonction as a prison.

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The Arenas of Lutecia is the remains of the Roman amphitheater of Paris. The elliptical arena, 56m/184ft long by 48m/157ft across, is roughly the same size as the interior of the Colosseum in Rome. The amphitheater was built in the Roman city of Lutetia and was used as a quarry of stone for building defensive walls. Although it had only 36 tiers of seating it could accommodate an audience of 17,000 - almost the whole...

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The pont de la Concorde was designed by the architect J-R Perronet, it was built in 1788-91 with several stones from the Bastille. Its name often changed between pont Louis XVI and pont de la Concorde, it finally called pont de la Concorde in 1830. In 1828, many marble statues of famous men were installed on the bridge, but they were too heavy for it and were transfered to Versailles. The bridge offers two beautiful...

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The Café de la Danse is a human dimension hall (499 places including 250 seats) whose modular nature offers great technical and artistic flexibility. Located in the heart of the Bastille, Cafe de la Danse is a cultural and musical meeting place. The Café de la Danse is a private operation for almost 18 years and has managed to expand its venue to many parts of the music industry. Always keen to support this environment...

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Ordered by Napoleon as a memorial to the French Grand Army, the triumphal arch was begun by the architect Chalgrin in 1806 and completed in 1836.The Arc de Triomphe is built on the model of ancient Triumphal Arches, but its monumental size: 50 meters tall and 45 meters wide, is typical of the Empire architecture. This arch offers a great whole of sculptures, the best known is a bas relief of Rude, depicting ""...

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The Grand Palais was built by Daglone and Louvet, between 1897 and 1900, for the World's Fair. Its large metallic hall is typical of the Art Nouveau whereas the stone facade with ionics columns is in Academic style.At the corners, in the top of the building rush the bronzes groups of Recipon.Actually, the Grand Palais contains many temporary world famous exhibitions

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Serves southwest France, Spain and Portugal.

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The Concergerie was actually meant to house Philippe-le-Bel's concierge and his palace guards but in 1391 until 1914 it was used to fonction as a prison.

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The Arenas of Lutecia is the remains of the Roman amphitheater of Paris. The elliptical arena, 56m/184ft long by 48m/157ft across, is roughly the same size as the interior of the Colosseum in Rome. The amphitheater was built in the Roman city of Lutetia and was used as a quarry of stone for building defensive walls. Although it had only 36 tiers of seating it could accommodate an audience of 17,000 - almost the whole...

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