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Eiffel Tower

Paris, France

Construction completed on: March 31, 1889 (flag placed on top), built for the Universal Exhibition in honor of the French Revolution Designers: Gustave Eiffel & Cie Contractors: Maurice Koechlin & Emile Nouguier Architect: Stephen...

Les Rochers Sculptés

Saint Malo, France

The Sculptured Rocks (in French: Les Rochers sculptés the Rotheneuf) are a relatively unknown attraction in France. It is a remarkably large area, close to the sea. The rocks are human figures, carved as realistic as fairytale. This gives an...

Menhirs of Carnac

Carnac, France

In Carnac, Brittany, France, the famous stone patterns from Le Ménec and Kermario. In total, there remain about 2,600 of the original estimated 11,000 stones. A distinction is made between (only) standing stones called menhirs known from the...

Cathedrale Strasbourg

Strasbourg, France

At 142 metres, it was the world's tallest building from 1647 to 1874. It remained the tallest church in the world until 1880, when it was surpassed firstly by Cologne Cathedral and then the 161 metre Ulm Münster. Today it is the fourth-tallest...

Chateau de la Hunaudaye

Plédéliac, France

The Château de la Hunaudaye is located at Plédéliac, Côtes d'Armor, Bretagne. From 14th june to 14th september, the castel is open every day from 10:30 to 18:30 The Château de la Hunaudaye was built 800 years ago on an ancient...

Sacre Coeur

Paris, France

Church built by public subscription after the 1870 defeat in the Franco-Prussian war. The basilica was consecrated in 1919. Architect : Abadie (1875-1912).

Locronan

Locronan, France

Locronan was an important religious site for the Celts until it became Christian in the 5th century due to the influence of St-Ronan. St-Ronan’s church, Pénity chapel and “Renaissance” houses made of granite make it one of the finest and...

La Grande Arche de la Défense

Paris, France

For 9 euros you sit at the top of the Arche de la Défense, the modern counterpart of the Arce de Triomphe. A fascinating and spectacular, but very modern building. There is a fairly pricey restaurant in Arche, but the computer museum that is...

Castle Vitré

Vitré, France

Castle of the Vitré barons (13th-15th cent.) The choice of baron Robert 1st to build the castle on this site, a rocky shale outcrop looking over the Vilaine to the north, was made around 1060. During the first half of the 13th century, the...

Arenes de Lutece

Paris, France

The Arènes are open from 8:30 to 5pm every day during the winter, and remain open until 9:30pm during the summer.

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Landmarks, sightseeing and curiosities

Saint Georges De Boscherville Abdijkerk

Saint-Martin-de-Boscherville, France

In 1113 Guillaume de Tancarville decided with an abbey existing collegiate church called to replace. To Saint Martin Henry I Beauclerc (Duke of Normandy and King of England) matched it in here. He called the Benedictine monks of St. Evroult and...

Chateau Du Taillis

Duclair, France

Built on the ruins of a 13th century fortified house, the castle was built in 1530 by Jehan du Fay du Tailly. It was later enlarged in the 17th and 18th centuries. As a result, the castle is a fine example of French architecture throughout the...

Notre Dame De La Falaise

Mers-les-bains, France

The statue, also known as Our Lady of the Sea, was inaugurated in 1878. Its base was decorated by sculptor Marie-Jospehe Cotelle Clere, who represented the three patron saints of sister towns Mers, Eu and Le Treport.

Centre Pompidou

Paris, France

The Centre national d'art et de culture Georges Pompidou was the brainchild of President Georges Pompidou who wanted to create an original cultural institution in the heart of Paris completely focused on modern and contemporary creation, where the...

Jardin Du Luxembourg

Paris, France

The Jardin du Luxembourg is a beautiful urban park in the northern part of central Paris. The park covers 25 acres along the Boulevard St-Michel. The gardens are in the busy Parisian life an oasis of calm, yet theatrical activity. The benches...

Fort National

Saint Malo, France

Historical monument built in 1689 by the great military architect Vauban to protect the port of St Malo, the history is very closely linked to the corsair city. You will be told during a tour of two speakers and sub-terrain. Breathtaking panorama...

Chapelle Notre-Dame de Tréminou

Plomeur, France

The Chapelle Notre-Dame de Treminou (or: Our Lady Chapel Treminou) is a masterpiece of municipal assets, nestled in a wooded country. The building dates from the thirteenth century, was first restored in the fourteenth and then in the sixteenth...

Château du Taureau

Carantec, France

Visiting the "Château du Taureau" is so much more than that. Its discovery is a journey at the heart of history, in the memories of a bay which kept its treasures of nature intact. From the bunkers to the terrace, from the passageways to the...

Louët Island Vuurtoren

Carantec, France

Louët island lighthouse Standing on the end of a steep rocky islet, the thin white figure of the lighthouse is one of the standard pictures of the Breton coasts. It was the very young and bright engineer Fenoux, a graduate from the Paris...

Castle Vitré

Vitré, France

Castle of the Vitré barons (13th-15th cent.) The choice of baron Robert 1st to build the castle on this site, a rocky shale outcrop looking over the Vilaine to the north, was made around 1060. During the first half of the 13th century, the...

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