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Paris is the most populated capital in the French country, located in the northern part of the country at the Seine River, and the total area of the city reaches one hundred and five square kilometers, and over 2.4 million people live on it, and its foundation dates back to the eighth century BC by the Celtic people, It is considered the most attractive city for tourists in the world, due to the presence of many tourist attractions in it.
The best of Paris
The square is located on the north side of the Tuileries Gardens, and the most important characteristic of the square is that it contains a memorial in the middle of it was built by Napoleon I to celebrate the victory of the Battle of Austerlitz, and the monument was removed in 1871 AD, but the construction of the monument was carried out again at a later time.
Its opening date dates back to 1875 AD after fourteen years of construction, and the palace is known in the old by the Capiusz Palace for the name of the street in it, and its name was later changed to the name of the architect who designed the palace, Charles Garnier, and the palace is the most famous opera house in the world.
The Grand Palace (Champs Elysées)
It is a historical site located on the Champs Elysées near the eighth district, and it is one of the beautiful Parisian artistic architectural styles, and the most important characteristic of the palace is that it is secured by protection by a police station located on the lower floor of the palace, and more than a million and a half million visitors visit annually.
It is located in the Latin Quarter and was built to be a church dedicated to the service of Saint Genevieve, and was later used as a place for the remains of French citizens, and its construction dates back to 1790 AD in neoclassical style.
Arc de Triomphe
It is one of the most famous monuments in Paris, and it is located in the Charles de Gaulle area located on the western end of the Champs-Elysées. The height of the arch reaches seventy meters above the ground, and the arch was opened in 1836.
It is known as the Palace Hotel, and it is a complex that contains museums, the most important of which are the Military Museum of the French Army, the Museum of the Remaining Palace, a memorial, and many graves.
It is a former prison in Paris, where prisoners spent their sentences during the French Revolution. It is located in the western part of Ile de la Cité, specifically on the banks of the Seine River, and is currently used as a legal court and a palace of justice.
It is a house consisting of eighteen sleeping rooms, and behind the palace there are two swans, ducks, birds and fish lakes, and there are areas near it for outdoor sports activities such as jogging, cycling, and fishing.