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Paris (in French Paris, pronounced [paʁi]) is the capital of France and its most populous city. Capital of the Ile-de-France region (or "Parisian Region"), it is the only single-department department in the country.
The city of Paris, within its narrow administrative boundaries, has a population of 2,273,305 inhabitants in 2015. However, in the twentieth century, the metropolitan area of Paris expanded beyond the boundaries of the municipality of Paris, and is today, with a population of 12 405 426 inhabitants in 2013, the second metropolitan area of the European continent (after London) and the 28th in the world.
The Paris region is, together with that of London, one of the most important economic centers in Europe. With 607 billion euros (845 billion dollars), it produced more than a quarter of the gross domestic product ( GDP) of France in 2011. La Défense is the main business district in Europe, it houses the headquarters of almost half of the large French companies, as well as the headquarters of twenty of the 100 most Great of the world.
During the 19th and 20th centuries together with the city of London, Paris was the center of development of architectural projects within the framework of the Industrial Revolution and its famous exhibitions. Examples of this are: the Mercado de la Madeleine, in 1824; the Great Halles started in 1853, the Galerie des Machines and the Eiffel Tower both held at the Paris exhibition of 1889.
It is also known as the "City of Light" (la Ville lumière), it is the most popular tourist destination in the world, with more than 42 million foreign visitors per year. It has many of the most famous and admired monuments of the Orb: the Eiffel Tower, the Notre Dame Cathedral, the Avenue of the Champs Elysées, the Arc de Triomphe, the Sacré Cœur Basilica, the Invalides Palace, the Pantheon, the Defense Arch, the Garnier Opera House or the Montmartre neighborhood, among others. It also houses world-renowned institutions: the Louvre, the Orsay Museum and the National Museum of Natural History of France, as well as an extensive system of higher education of international prestige. Paris occupies an important place in the field of culture, gastronomy, fashion and luxury.
Our selection of Apartments in Paris
Roi de Sicile - Rivoli -- Luxury apartment hotel
The Pearl of Marais
Louvre Luxury Apartment & SPA
Our selection of Hotels in Paris
Hotel de Crillon ★★★★★
Hôtel Recamier ★★★★
Hotel Villa Nicolo ★★★
Grand Powers Hotel ★★★★★
The island of La Cité (in French: Île de la Cité or Settlement Island) is located in the middle of the Seine river, in the heart of the city of Paris, France. It is considered as the old center of the city of Paris. It is located in the current districts I and IV. Gui de Bazoches evoked it in 1190 as "the head, heart and core of Paris." Its surface is approximately 22.5 ha. On January 1, 2007 there were 1168 inhabitants on the island.
Our selection of Apartments in Cité Island
My Maison In Paris - Sentier
Apartment Bac St. Germain
Our selection of Hotels in Cité Island
Le Burgundy Paris ★★★★★
Hotel Joyce - Astotel ★★★
Best Western Plus Hôtel Littéraire Marcel Aymé ★★★★
La Planque Hotel ★★★
The Pompidou Center is the most commonly used name (others are Beaubourg or Georges Pompidou Center) to designate the Georges Pompidou National Center of Art and Culture in Paris (France), designed by architects Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers. The building, completed in 1977, was inaugurated on January 31 of the same year.
The center houses IRCAM, a musical and acoustic research center; the library (Bibliothèque Publique d'Information) with a capacity of 2,000 people, open to the public; and above all the National Museum of Modern Art (Musée National d'Art Moderne) which has about 100,000 works of art, one of the most complete collections of modern and contemporary art in the world together with the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in Nueva York and the Tate Modern in London. Among the artists represented are: Pablo Picasso, Joan Miró, Brancusi, Modigliani, Matisse, Francis Bacon, Jean Dubuffet, etc.
It was built on an unoccupied land near the space previously occupied by the Les Halles market (where the last modification is currently made to the sector that houses the Les Halles shopping center) during the term of French President Georges Pompidou, who died before The building will be finished. It was his successor, Valéry Giscard d'Estaing, who opened it in 1977. Rehabilitated between 1997 and December 1999, it reopened its doors to the public on January 1, 2000. It is one of the most visited monuments in France, with About six million visitors a year.
Our selection of Apartments in Pompidou Center
Appartement proche du Centre Pompidou
Architect Flat Tour Eiffel/Rue cler
Appartement ST Emilion
Amazing 2 Rooms Flat near Bastille - An Ecoloflat
Our selection of Hotels in Pompidou Center
Drawing Hotel ★★★★
Hôtel Mistral ★★★
La Clef Louvre Paris by The Crest Collection ★★★★★
Hôtel B55 ★★★★
The Holy Chapel (Sainte-Chapelle, in French), also called the royal chapel of the Île de la Cité, is a Gothic temple located on the Cité Island, in the center of the city of Paris, France. It is considered one of the peak works of the radiant period of Gothic architecture. It was built to house the relics acquired by King Saint Louis of France, so it has been considered a huge reliquary. Thanks to the innovations of the Gothic building system, it practically lacks wall supports (walls), there are instead a multitude of openings that filter the light through the polychrome stained glass.
Our selection of Apartments in Sainte-Chapelle
Be You Luxury Apart'hôtel - Le Canard
Classy Studios Louvre - Vendôme
Appartement Les Enfants Rouges
Résidence Charles Floquet
Our selection of Hotels in Sainte-Chapelle
Hotel Monsieur Pablo ★★★★
Hotel Max ★★★
Le Cinq Codet ★★★★★
Hotel Relais Bosquet ★★★
Church of Saint-Gervais-Saint-Protais
The church of Saint-Gervais-Saint-Protais in Paris, generally known as the Church of Saint-Gervais, is a Parisian church located in the quarter of the Marais, at the intersection of Hôtel de Ville Street and Des Street Barres, in the IV arrondissement, behind the Hôtel de Ville.
Built on the foundations of the first known construction on the right bank in Paris, a basilica whose existence dates back to the end of the fourth century, thus constitutes the oldest parish on the right bank of the Seine.
Its facade was built between 1616-1621, being attributed to the architect Salomon de Brosse, under the influence of Roman Baroque architecture, represented by the church of Gesù, by Jacopo Vignola.
The church hosted, for more than two centuries, since 1653, a great dynasty of French musicians: the Couperin. The organ of Louis and François Couperin is still inside.
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CMG Charonne / Voltaire III
Central Luxury Louvre Opera 2nd Floor
Hotel Résidence Montebello
Résidence Bastille Liberté
Our selection of Hotels in Church of Saint-Gervais-Saint-Protais
Résidence Capitaine Paoli
Prince de Galles, a Luxury Collection hotel, Paris ★★★★★
Hôtel du Levant ★★★
Hotel Residence Des Arts ★★★
La Conciergerie (Paris)
La Conciergerie (from French, concierge, concierge) or also, Palais de la Cité, is a historic building in Paris that occupies the quay of the Clock, on the Island of la Cité, in the first arrondissement. The palace was the residence of the kings of France from the 10th to the 14th centuries. He ended up becoming a state prison in 1392, after the abandonment of the palace by Carlos V and his successors.
The prison occupied the ground floor of the building that borders the Clock pier and the two towers. The upper floors were reserved for Parliament. The Conciergerie designated, in principle, the janitor's dwelling; then, by extension, the prison in which he guarded the prisoners. The concierge was in charge of the keys to the Royal Palace and the lighting based on candles and candles.
The prison of the Conciergerie was considered, during the Terror, as the antechamber of death. Few were those who were released from prison. Among those who do not, Queen Marie Antoinette, imprisoned here in 1793.
Our selection of Apartments in La Conciergerie (Paris)
Residhome Paris Gare de Lyon - Jacqueline de Romilly
Luxury 3 Bedrooms Le Marais I by Livinparis
Latin Quarter - Notre Dame apartment
Our selection of Hotels in La Conciergerie (Paris)
The Chess Hotel ★★★★
L'Empire Paris ★★★★
Melia Paris Notre Dame ★★★★
Hotel Mogador ★★★
Rue de Rivoli
Rue de Rivoli ('Rivoli Street') is located in the I and IV districts of Paris. It extends over about 3 km, from Sévigné street to the Place de la Concorde. It crosses the square of the Pyramids. It has arcades on its north side over a large part of its length.
The western part of the street (which corresponds more or less to the part of the arches was built under the First French Empire; the eastern part was added later, at the time of the Hausmanian works in order to connect it to Saint-Street Antoine and thus create a great east-west axis in the center of Paris.
Its name recalls that of an Italian city, Rivoli Veronese, the seat of a victory achieved by Napoleon Bonaparte over Austria in 1797.
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Short Stay Paris Apartments
Quartier Notre Dame
Résidence de l'Hôtel de l'Arcade
Our selection of Hotels in Rue de Rivoli
Hôtel Clarisse ★★★
Timhotel Montmartre ★★★
Hotel Acadia - Astotel ★★★
Hotel Taylor ★★★
Paris City Hall
The Paris City Hall (Hôtel de Ville de Paris, in French) houses the institutions of the municipal government of Paris.
It is located in front of the Town Hall Square (Place de l'Hôtel-de-Ville, formerly called Place de Grève) in the IV District of the city. It has housed the city hall of Paris since 1357. It is currently used for multiple purposes: it houses the city administration, there the office of the mayor of Paris (since 1977), and is also used to provide large receptions. In recent years, the Place de l'Hôtel-de-Ville has been largely adorned in spring and summer with an "ephemeral garden", in which the City Council installs thousands of plant species in addition to a beautiful pond with their respective plant species, however, in 2009 there was no pond.
Our selection of Apartments in Paris City Hall
Sweet Inn -Etienne Marcel
Residhotel Imperial Rennequin
Beautiful Triplex in the center of Paris
Appartements Saint-Germain - Odéon
Our selection of Hotels in Paris City Hall
Hotel Albe Bastille ★★★
Sofitel Paris Le Faubourg ★★★★★
Platine Hotel ★★★★
District République ★★
Tower of Santiago (Paris)
The tower of Santiago (in French, tour Saint-Jacques) is an isolated tower located in the gardens of the square of the same name, in the IV district of Paris, next to the rue de Rivoli, the avenue Victoria and the boulevard de Sevastopol
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Residence Le Saint Germain
Charming apartment Paris center
Residhome Paris Opéra
Sweet Inn - Montaigne
Our selection of Hotels in Tower of Santiago (Paris)
Bailli De Suffren ★★★
Hotel Lilas Blanc ★★
Melia Paris Villa Marquis a Melia Collection Hotel ★★★★
Le Quartier Bercy-Square ★★★
Shakespeare and Company
Shakespeare and Company is an independent bookstore located in the fifth district of Paris. Shakespeare and Company serves at the same time as a bookstore and library specialized in Anglo-Saxon literature. The first floor also serves as a refuge for travelers, known as "tumbleweeds", housed in exchange for some hours of work in the bookstore every day. The ground floor has a "wishing well", or wishing well to which visitors usually throw coins.
Our selection of Apartments in Shakespeare and Company
Aparthotel Adagio Access Paris Reuilly
Beatrice et Emmanuel Meublé Eiffel
Citadines Saint-Germain-des-Prés Paris
Hapimag Resort Paris
Our selection of Hotels in Shakespeare and Company
Hotel Monsieur Helder ★★★
Hotel Westminster ★★★★
Grand Hôtel Dechampaigne ★★★
Nouvel hotel ★★★
IV District of Paris
The IV District of Paris '(in French,' IVe arrondissement de Paris) is one of the 20 districts of Paris, France. Located on the right bank of the Seine, it borders to the west with the I District; to the north with the III District, to the east with the XI and XII Districts, and, to the south, with the Seine and the V District.
In the IV District is the City Hall of Paris, in Renaissance style and also the Renaissance square of the Vosges, the very modern Center Pompidou and the lively southern area of the medieval district of Le Marais, currently known for being the gay district of Paris (while that the northern part, quieter, is part of the III District). The eastern part of the Île de la Cité (including Notre-Dame de Paris), as well as the Île Saint-Louis, are also included in the IV District.
Our selection of Apartments in IV District of Paris
Citadines Austerlitz Paris
CMG Rivoli/ Notre-Dame II
Sweet Inn - Le Marais - Temple
Hotel De L'Horloge
Our selection of Hotels in IV District of Paris
Mercure Paris Gare Montparnasse ★★★★
Romance Malesherbes by Patrick Hayat ★★★
Hôtel Brittany ★★★
Villa Glamour ★★★
Groupe Caisse d'Epargne is a French semi-operational banking group, founded in 1818, with around 4,700 branches in that country. He works in both retail and private banking, in addition to having an important stake in the Natixis investment bank.