Alexander III Bridge
Considered the most beautiful in Paris, the Alexander III Bridge commemorates the Franco-Russian alliance in the 19th century.
The Marina de Paris pier is located at the foot of the Museum. A former railway station built in 1900; the museum is dedicated to 19th century artworks.
Institut de France
The Palace was created in 1661 by Cardinal Mazarin. Napoleon decided to install the Institut de France in 1805 which houses 5 academies.
François-Mitterrand National Library
The Grande library was built in 1995 on the initiative of President François Mitterrand. The four towers symbolise four open books.
Hôtel de Ville in Paris
Elegant and majestic, the Hôtel de Ville has a neo-renaissance style. It was burnt by the Paris Commune in 1871.
Notre dame de Paris
Notre Dame Cathedral is the Gothic jewel of Paris. Its construction started in 1163 and lasted more than two centuries. It has an impressive façade with its two towers.
The Conciergerie is a former court house and prison in Paris, France.
The Louvre museum is the largest art museum in the world. The Louvre construction is part of the history in Paris. It spans over 800 years.
Place de la Concorde
The former Place Louis XV was built in the 18th century and the Louxor Obelisks was erected in 1836, at the center of the Place de la Concorde. It is 33 centuries old.
The Petit and Grand Palais were built for the Universal Exhibition of 1900. The Grand Palais combines two architectural styles, the neo-classical stone facades and a huge steel and glass roof.
Place du Trocadéro
It is located in the 16th arrondissement of Paris, on Chaillot hill, between the Place du Trocadéro and its gardens.
Statue of Liberty
On the southern end of the Ile aux Cygnes, a quarter scale replica Bartholdi’s statue «Liberty Enlightening the world » was installed in 1885. It was donated by the American community in Paris.
Every evening, the Eiffel Tower lights up as night falls. On the hour, every hour the tower sparkles for 5 minutes offering a magical spectacle.
Hôtel des Invalides
The Hôtel des Invalides is a Parisian monument; it is located in the 7th arrondissement. The construction was ordered by Louis XIV on February 24th in 1670 to welcome invalids of his armies.