Category: France

Montmartre is known as the romantic quarter of Paris. It was born in the mid-1800s on a hill used as vines with windmills, a landscape that inspired many artists who later…

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The Louvre Palace was built in 1190 as a residence for King Philip Augustus. Later it was transformed into a Renaissance-style palace and, since then, the Louvre has been used…

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The Palace of Versailles, which is located about 20km from Paris, was built near the Château de Louis XIII.  The absolute protagonist of the Palace of Versailles was Louis XIV,…

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Lyon is the third largest city in France after Marseille and Paris, it is the capital of the Rhône–Alpes, a region in the south-east of France. The historic center of…

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