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Cirque d'Hiver

The Cirque d'Hiver was inaugurated by Napoleon in 1852 as a venue for traveling circus acts and orchestral performances. Located in the heart of Paris, its the world's oldest circus building as well as the world's oldest still-operating circus.[Learn more]

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Disneyland Resort Paris

Located in the Paris suburbs, Disneyland Paris is actually two theme parks surrounded by retail, dining, entertainment, golf and lodging. It is the most visited attraction in all of Europe.[Learn more]

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Eiffel Tower

Not much can be said about the Eiffel Tower that has not already been conveyed by decades of poets and artists from all over the world, and yet it still remains as one of the most visited sites in Paris.[Learn more]

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La Défense

La Défense is Paris' major business district and boasts some of the city's tallest buildings and ornate architecture. It is home to giant office buildings, as well as one of Paris? famous arches, The Grande Arche.[Learn more]

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Le Panthéon

Louis XV vowed in 1744 that if he recovered from an illness he would replace the ruined church of St-Gen?vieve Abbey with an edifice to the glory of the patron saint of Paris: St-Gen?vieve.[Learn more]

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Les Catacombes de Paris

Sitting beneath the Parisian streets are a labyrinth of Catacombs created in the galleries of the former quarries, 65-feet below the ground. Transferred gradually between the 18th and mid-19th century...[Learn more]

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Moulin Rouge

The red windmill atop the world's most famous cabaret has drawn people in to the birthplace of can-can dancing since 1889 and still operates today, albeit in a slightly more tourist-friendly fashion.[Learn more]

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Palais Garnier

The Palais Garnier was constructed to be the home of the famous Paris Opera in 1875 and was designed by French architect Charles Garnier. In 2000, the main façade was renovated to reveal the original colorways and golden statue work.[Learn more]

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Place de la Concorde

The Place de la Concorde sits at the eastern end of the Champs-Elysees, and is the largest public square in Paris at over twenty acres. Despite the beauty of this space, it has seen some bloody moments in its past, as this is where King Louis XVI was e...[Learn more]

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Place des Vosges

Originally known as the Place Royale when constructed in 1612, this square is the oldest in Paris. The building of this square marked the early stages of urban planning in the city.[Learn more]

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Sainte-Chapelle

La Sainte-Chapelle, or Holy Chapel, is the lone surviving building of the Capetian Royal Palace in the heart of Paris. It was originally built to house King Louis IX's collection of religious relics, such as the Crown of Thorns.[Learn more]

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