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  1. Rites of passage PetritaAndrada Elena Clasa a-IX-a C

  2. Small informed about Paris Paris is one of the most beautiful cities and Is visited by tourists this in itself covers a n area of 105 km.2, This in itself covers an area of 105 Km.2, together with its suburbs extending over an area of 1432 Km.2, occupies a central position in the rich agricultural region known as the Paris Basin and is one of the eight departments of the administrative region Î le de France. It is by far the most important center of commerce and culture.

  3. Paris is known as “City Lights” and fully deserves its name. Paris is much more than thaone of the best tourist destinations, offering tourists everything they could want.A stay in Paris should include at least one visit to the Louvre, one of the most impressive and most famous museums in the world, have to climb on top of the Eiffel Tower and Not as Another attraction that no one should miss when visiting Paris is the Picasso Museum, where you can see art masterpieces of the great artist. You will simply love art after you see the greatest creations of Picasso.

  4. The city is a human settlement consisting of a territorial component called the hearth or residential area and two social components, inhabitants or population and location of munca.a appeared with the formation and evolution of states followed a spectacular way to get to present congestion of population that reach tens of millions.Among the 300 millionaire cities include Paris, the urban agglomeration that has exceeded 9.3 million inhabitants in 1996.Like any large city presents a number of benefits for residents: Paris is located in the central-north of the country, the river Seine, downstream from its confluence with the Marne. Its area is 1450 square kilometers and has a population of approximately 9.3 million of locuitori.Paris becomes 508 capiatala Frankish of Clovis. It is the capital and main economic, cultural and political medieval and modern France. De Paris are linked and the revolutions of 1789, 1830, 1848, Commune of 1871. 17-19 century city itself as Europe's cultural metropolis. Paris focuses 50% of commercial and financial activities of the country and over 25% of French industry. It is also the largest hub of communications of the country (in Paris converge 11 Main 25 Main railway and road), the capital has three international airports and the Seine is an active practice freight traffic (about 18 million tonnes per year ). First Cultural Center: 13 universities, many scientific research institutes, scientific and cultural associations and companies, 48 large libraries, 45 large museums (Louvre "," Carnavalet "," Museum of Modern I'Art "), about 60 theaters.

  5. Paris sightseeing considered to be the most interesting are: The Louvre, Musée d'Orsay, Eiffel Tower, Notre Damme, Sacre-Coeur, Versailles Palace and gardens, MuzulGuimet Oriental Art, the Arc de Triomphe, Pantheon, Sainte Chapelle, Hotel Invalides.To briefly state a few hours in line to tickets for the Louvre, d'Orsay and Versailles tickets can get from a small shop which is in the subway station on line 1: 'Palais Royale Musee du Louvre'. Every street in Paris is a piece of history. Many houses were scenes of earthquakes or of human duioase stories. A huge literature, monographs, memoirs, literature, guidebooks, albums curious provide detailed information. They are children of people filled the district meet while you walk and wander the streets of curiosity grows, you always remain a question put. For foreign travel is tiring but to focus so much preumblare into a voltage.

  6. Statistical Paris is said to be one of the safest metropolitan warnings are related to perareas in Europe. General sonal safety that is better than late afternoon to avoid a long wait in the subway stations as Montparnsasse and Chatelet-Les Halles.Also the area around the RER stations must be avoided. Some districts of Paris would be good also to be avoided after dark: Les Halles, Chatelet, North Railway Station and the northern areas of Paris (Saint-Denis, Aubervillier etc.). Valuables can be left in your hotel safe.

  7. Primary of Paris

  8. On March 31, 1889, in Paris, was inaugurated the famous Eiffel Tower, symbol of Europe's most representative, in a ceremony organized by Gustave Eiffel, designer of Steel Construction. The symbol of Paris is celebrating Saturday the venerable age of 118 years and is preparing the celebration.The monument was built in 1889, in honor of the centenary of the French Revolution. French Government then organized an international exhibition and announced a design competition for a monument to be built in central Paris.Over 100 projects were submitted, but Centenary Committee chose Eiffel's plan, which consists of a steel tower that was to rise to a height of almost 300 feet above Paris and is the tallest man made structure.

  9. The first floor has a large platform that size, you can visit the famous restaurant "Jules Verne", a small museum of the Eiffel Tower, a mini-post and even a theater that runs the documentary film presents the history of the tower.Restaurant inside the towerThe second floor is the place for the creation of a news picture of Paris. Balkonet specially built for shooting angles gives you the soil. Also easy to admire the surroundings telescopes are located around the floor.The third floor can be reached only by climbing panoramic lifts, which offers a great view of Paris. At these levels can be admired through a window, rebuilding the office of Gustave Eiffel was currently occupied by the wax figures: the tower manufacturer, his daughter - Claire --

  10. The Eiffel Tower remained for 40 years, the tallest man made structure until the completion of Chrysler building in New York in 1929.The monument was about to be demolished when the land lease contract which was built for the International Exposition ended term of 20 years, expired in 1909, but was saved because act as antenna for radio transmissions. At least in its early days, the public has welcomed with much reluctance this building, considering it unsightly. It's a symbol of the city and considered one of the most striking pieces of architectural art in the world. One of Hollywood cliche is the view from a Parisian window, which always includes the Eiffel Tower.

  11. Tourist attractions Arc de Triomphe In the heart of a bustling city like Paris, in a district where business, trade and tourism combines perfectly with each other, the Arc de Triomphe is linked to our collective subconscious in a way that exceeds its artistic and architectural. Building the monument was meant to be a tribute victories of Napoleon, was not completed until the battle of Waterloo led to his overthrow. Now, the Arc de Triomphe was built over the remains of an unknown soldier killed during World War I and a perpetual lamp burning in the foundation. Start from the Arc de Triomphe roads in all directions and therefore Charles de Gaulle in the Arch is located is known as the "Star Market (Place de l'Étoile). Arch is located at the western end of the famous Champs-Élysées. Arc de Triomphe is a tribute honoring those who fought for France, especially during the Napoleonic Wars. Inside and above the Arch are inscribed the names of all generals and wars fought. Arc de Triomphe measures 49.5 meters, 45 meters wide and 22 deep and is the second largest triumphal arch exists in the world. It is so big in the closing celebrations of War, a pilot flew his biplane or under. Arch construction idea appeared in 1806 after his victory at Austerlitz Napoleon. Foundation construction lasted only two years. During the Restoration, construction was stalled and would not be completed until the reign of Louis Philippe.

  12. Sacre Coeur Basilica.Sacre Coeur Basilica is a Roman Catholic basilica and a popular tourist attraction in Paris. Is dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. The building is located on the highest point in town. In 1873 the Paris city councilors voted a law on expropriation of land for construction of Montmartre hilltop basilica. Architect Paul Abadie designed the basilica after winning a competition against 77 other architects. It was already known for his work on the restoration of St-Front Cathedral in Périgueux. Delays due to difficulties with the land comasa cornerstone was laid only in 1875. Abadie died in 1884 when the building foundation had just been completed. Although completed in 1914 really was not used until 1919, after the First World War. Final construction costs totaled over 40 million francs. Inside the basilica there is one of the largest mosaic in the world it depicts Jesus with arms stretched. Bell is one of the toughest in the world and weighs over 19 tons. Panoramic view from the top dome is great and covers over 30 kilometers. Since 1885 in the Basilica has maintained a perpetual adoration of god and prayer, day and night, until today.

  13. Louvre Museum.The Louvre is the most visited art museum in the world, a monument full of historical significance and a national museum of France. Landmark is centrally located in the arrondissement of Paris is 1 of the city. In the Louvre Museum are displayed in some 35,000 art objects millennium BC, 6 and until the nineteenth century AD Louvre Palace Museum is housed was originally conceived as a fortress of the XII century under the reign of Philip II. The ruins of this fortress can still be seen today. The building continued to be expanded many times over the centuries until he reached the current form of the Louvre Palace. In 1674 the residence of French kings was moved to the Louvre Palace of Versailles and thus remained the main place where the royal art collections were exhibited. During the French Revolution decided that's Louvre museum and host to become the most precious masterpieces of French People. When opened, on 10 August 1793, the museum presented a collection of 537 paintings, most are works confiscated from the church and the French monarchy. During Napoleon's museum collection has expanded greatly and changed its name to Napoleon Museum. After Napoleon's defeat many of the confiscated works were returned it to their respective owners. But the museum's collection has continued to increase, during the Second Empire has won over 20,000 pieces. Number of works of art owned by the Louvre continued to grow steadily in gifts and donations, except the two world wars.

  14. City of Paris.City of Paris (Hôtel de Ville de Paris) was the center of political life in Paris for a few good centuries. Hall building dating from the 16th century was rebuilt after it caught fire during the Paris revolution of 1870. In the Middle Ages, condemned to death were hanged in the square in front of City Hall. Today the market is more pajnica and decorated with fountains. Hotel de Ville is located quite close to the Pompidou Centre and the Ile de la Cite. Besides being mayor here has its Paris office, buildings still hosting a series of events and receptions. The building has undergone some major changes over time. In 1835 two new wings were built under the supervision of the prefect of Paris. These two wings were joined by a gallery which has burned completely in 1871. Reconstruction wanted to be a faithful copy of a building destroyed during the rebellion. New building of the hall was officially inaugurated in 1882. Nearby there is a shop named after the town hall - Bazar de l'Hôtel de Ville. Tourists come to see the Town Hall of Paris, visit the church of St-Gervais-et-St-Protais located nearby. Best way to get the City of Paris is by underground. Besides the architecture of the building visitors can enjoy various events and hosting it on quite frequently.