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Last week we had visited town-hall and moved also to Center Pompidou, a center of modern art. Today we will look around this building build inside-out. The building is named after French President Pompidou, who initiated its construction.
Today, the sixth part of our series about Paris we continue from Notre Dame cathedral to the town hall. From there our steps continue to one of the most controversial buildings in the city. Parisans either love it or hate it.
In today's part of our journey through the Paris visit one of the largest, most beautiful and most visited monuments in the city. Yes, it's Notre Dame on the island Cité. Gimped many stories for centuries dominated this city and encourages the writer and not only is the rotation of the mysterious stories with inimitable French sophistication.
In last week’s article we took a look on greenery in Paris. Today we will visit one of these green oases where the famous Notre Dame cathedral is located.
We will continue in our journey in Paris. We will choose a tempo of learning on history and we will also talk on beauties of nature. There are many natural wonders in Paris. Perhaps the most beautiful ones we trie to find in beautiful parks and gardens.
After a brief introduction of Paris last time we move to exact places. Our trip begins in the Latin Quarter. We walk through two beautiful boulevards and visit perhaps the most known tomb in the world.
Today, our new series about one of the most beautiful, most popular, most visited cities of the world begins. Yes, it is the French capita, Paris. Together we will go on a journey of the most interesting places and we will learn about their secrets.
Around 350 BC the Marseille Greeks founded the town of Nice that quickly became a busy port. In the 7th century AD the town repulsed first Saracen raid. A century later the Saracens raided the town twice and both time they conquered it and pillaged it.
After our short excursion in the last part today we return to this city located in south France.
Marseille belongs to the Mediterranean cities in Europe, thus it is one of the most popular summer resorts. Local temperatures rise above 30 degrees Celsius in summer and in winter they barely get below zero degrees.
Information and warnings on travelling abroad is to be found HERE.