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The Eiffel Tower is located in the Field of Mars, which is an iron tower designed by Gustave Eiffel, and was built between the years 1887 and 1889 AD; to be used as an entrance to the World Expo in 1889 AD, and is considered the tallest building in the city, The Eiffel Tower is also considered one of the most famous symbols of France and the most famous tower in the world, with a number of visitors of approximately 6.2 million tourists, and it is considered one of the most visited places in the world, and it is worth noting that tourists can take the elevator of the tower to reach its summit and see the entire city.
Notre Dame Church
Notre Dame of Paris is considered a Gothic cathedral, as construction began in 1163 and continued until 100 years, as its construction was a collaborative process jointly between the Catholic Church and the inhabitants of Paris as a whole, as aid was with money, work, or knowledge, as it was called bishop Paris, Maurice de Soleil, is the name “Notre Dame de Paris”, meaning the Lady of Paris, in honor of the Virgin Mary.
Louvre Museum and Palace
The Louvre is an international center of art, and it is worth noting that the museum was a fortress and a palace at the beginning. The palace is a living witness to the rich French history extending from the Middle Ages until now. The museum, which is characterized by its many features, as the visitor needs to spend more than a day to see it in full.
Arc de Triomphe
The Triumphal arch is one of the most famous monuments of Paris after the Eiffel Tower, and was built by order of Napoleon Bonaparte between 1806 and 1836 AD, where the Arc de Triomphe represents the symbol of strength and unity, and it honors those who fought for France during the Napoleonic Wars, so it was launched On it is the “Arc de Triomphe”, as the names of the generals and soldiers who fought with Bonaparte are inscribed on the inner part and upper arc, and a tomb is found below the arch that contains the remains of an unidentified soldier who was killed during the First World War.
Conciergerie Palace is located on the west side of the island of the city, and it is a Gothic building built in the fourteenth century to be part of the royal palace, but it turned into a prison during the French Revolution, where the palace includes the revolutionary court, in addition to The guillotine used to execute convicts, and one record shows that the number of those killed in that palace is equivalent to two thousand prisoners, including famous personalities such as Marie Antoinette and Napoleon III.