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PARIS where love born

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Paris is being the city of love. Paris is the most romantic destination across the globe. Paris is the capital of France and most crowded city of France. It is located in the north of the country on the Seine River. The City of Paris has an area of 40.7 meters square miles and it has a population of 2,241,346 within its metropolis limits.

 

In 3rd Century BC, Paris was founded by a Celtic people called the Parisian who gave the city its name as Paris. In 12th century Paris was the major city in the western world a flourishing trading centre and the home of the University of Paris, it is one of the first university in Europe. In the 18th century it was the centre phase for the French Revolution and became an important centre of finance, arts, fashion, commerce and science it is positioning as still retains today. People usually fall in love with this city of France.

Paris Architecture

Paris is a famous city for architecture. Celebrated architects that lived or worked here include Le Corbusier, Perrault and Nouvel. The city has sturdy formal axes and spaces with many interesting buildings by famous designers. Like Louvre Pyramid; Eiffel Tower; Trocadero; institute du Monde Arabe. French architecture has high rank among that country’s many activities. In 1671 Suggestions of the special meaning of architecture in France were the founding of the Academy of Architecture. It is the first institution everywhere in Europe and in 1720 establishment of the Prix de Rome in architecture it is a rivalry of nationwide interest funded by the state and a respect intensely pursued. The first period of France’s top achievement was the Gothic the second was the 18th century, the longer custom of French architecture has always been a respected one. French architecture is inspired from the different eras; Gallo Roman, Pre-Romanesque, Romanesque, Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, Neoclassicism, Second Empire and Beaux Art

“Top Free Things to Do in Paris”

I Love You Wall

The maker of the Le mur des je t’aime (I love you: the wall) is Fredric Baron. In 1992 he started collecting over 1000 different ways to write the wonderful worlds “I love you”. He filled three great notebooks from lots of different people whom lived in Paris with over 300 different languages. From this he created the “The Book of I Love you “and spread over 50000 copies in whole France. The Words “I Love You” are written in 311 different dialects and dotted across a forty cube wall of 612 imprinted tiles. In the warm days the park is an awesome place to read a book, have a nibble and let your kids play in the small park also situated in Square Jehan Rictus. In the colder days the park is mostly used as a quick 10 minute stop for visitors to grasp photographs before moving on to one of the different places in Montmartre.

 

Love Padlock

Love padlock is a lover’s lock to a bridge, gate, fence, gate and different places to represent their love. Typically their sweethearts names are written on the padlock and the key usually thrown away to represent permanent love. Love locks have grown at a rising amount of locations in global.

 

Cathédrale Notre Dame de Paris

This is one of the most top attraction points in Paris. The Notre Dame Cathedral Paris means “Our lady of Paris in French is a gothic cathedral located in the fourth arrondissement of Paris. It has an entrance to the west. There is on eastern half of the Île de la Cite. Within the Cathedral of Notre Dame there are huge displays of artwork, furniture and many valuable items that reflect the Neo-Gothic design. Travelers are welcomed into the cathedral to see and enjoy these pieces for a little entry fee.

 

Parc de la Villette

Parc de la Villette is free open air cinema. In every summer in northern Parisians trudge up to the bizarre Parc de la Villette Paris with blankets and folding chairs to take benefit of celluloid in the wind. The open air cinema or “cinéma en plein air” is free and play at least one show each evening for about a month in July and August with the classics and recent hits. Set a picnic and a blanket and to arrive and take pleasure of good film below the stars. Movies begin at sunset. Every screening is shown in original version with French subtitles except for French films which are not offered with subtitles because of their original language.

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