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Gare St. Lazare, 75008, Paris

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Serves northwestern France, Normandy and Le Havre.

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"The Gare d'Orsay inaugurated for the Universal Exhibition on July 14,1900 was the 1st Parisian train station to have electric power.In 1977,the station became a museum dedicated to the artistic creation of the 2nd half of the 19th century (1848-1914). The interior design was created by Gae Aulenti. The collections come from the Louvre, Musée du Jeu de Paume & the National Museum of Modern Art,especially...

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This small but charming museum used to be the studio of the famous painter Delacroix who spent 6 years of his life there. It is not the place to go and see his paintings but more to taste the quiet environment where he lived in.

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The Doll Museum is a private museum in the 3rd district of Paris in the deadlock Berthaud, close to 22 Beaubourg Road in Paris, France. Guido and Samy Odin, began to build their collection of antique dolls in 1981 and they have since 1985.

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The tapestry factory created in the XVIIth century is still in working conditions. One can visit the workshops (vertical and horizontal looms) and those called ""de la Savonnerie.

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The bars and the cinemas which surround the square make it a busy and popular crossroads. In 1914, the square was the scene of furious fightings between the national guard of the marshal Moncey and the Russian troops who had entered in Paris. In 1869, the monument in the memory of the marshal Moncey and the fightings of 1814 was erected in the center of the square.

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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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"The Gare d'Orsay inaugurated for the Universal Exhibition on July 14,1900 was the 1st Parisian train station to have electric power.In 1977,the station became a museum dedicated to the artistic creation of the 2nd half of the 19th century (1848-1914). The interior design was created by Gae Aulenti. The collections come from the Louvre, Musée du Jeu de Paume & the National Museum of Modern Art,especially...

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This small but charming museum used to be the studio of the famous painter Delacroix who spent 6 years of his life there. It is not the place to go and see his paintings but more to taste the quiet environment where he lived in.

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The Doll Museum is a private museum in the 3rd district of Paris in the deadlock Berthaud, close to 22 Beaubourg Road in Paris, France. Guido and Samy Odin, began to build their collection of antique dolls in 1981 and they have since 1985.

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