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Notre Dame Cathedral
Notre Dame Cathedral is one of the most prominent landmarks of the city of Paris, and is a marvel of Gothic architecture, which dates back to the twelfth century, and is considered one of the most beautiful cathedrals in Europe. The cathedral also includes the dramatic towers of Notre Dame Cathedral, the tower, stained glass, and various statues, where construction took more From 100 years of hard work to complete.
The Eiffel Tower is a prominent landmark in Paris, because this iron tower that was built for the global exhibition in 1889 AD by Gustave Eiffel was not famous among the Parisians when it was unveiled, and it was almost destroyed, and since then it attracted more than 220 million visitors, and lights up The Paris sky at night, as it was modernized in the twenty-first century with solar panels, and glass-based observation approaches.
The Louvre Museum is one of the best art galleries in the world, it contains many distinct pieces of art, such as the Mona Lisa, which is known in French as La Joconde, and also includes works by the world’s leading painters, and the Louvre Museum is a large museum, which includes a very rich collection of artifacts Artifacts such as Egyptian mummies, classical bronze, and artefacts from all over the world.
The Pantheon was originally built as a church, a national monument, and buried for the great men of France, and King Louis XV in 1756 AD commissioned the architect Jacques-Germain-Soflot to build a new church at the destroyed Saint-Geneviève monastery site, and was completed in 1790, and the Pantheon was the first A building in Paris seeking a return to architectural simplicity in classical antiquity, a standard standard for the period before and after Napoleon, and inspired the creation of other monumental structures such as the Arc de Triomphe and Madeleine, and many philosophers such as Voltaire, Rousseau, and the book Victor Hugo and Emile Zola were buried in this place.