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Grande Roue Des Champs Elysées., Paris | Tourist Information


Place de la Concorde
Paris, France 75008


Arts and Entertainment Near Grande Roue Des Champs Elysées.

Grande Roue de Paris
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Place de la Concorde
Paris, 75001

Marché De Noël Des Champs Elysées
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
avenue des Champs-Elysées
Paris, 75008

Espace Pierre Cardin
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
1-3, avenue Gabriel
Paris, 75008

01 42 66 51 97

Depuis son ouverture s’y sont illustrés des auteurs tels que Jean Genêt, Carlos Fuentes et Jean-Edern Hallier; mais aussi les metteurs en scène Bob Wilson et Jean-Michel Ribes. La chanson s’y est aussi illustrée avec Marlène Dietrich, Dionne Warwick, Shirley Bassey, et Alice Cooper. Gérard Depardieu et Jeanne Moreau ont également triomphé sur la scène du théâtre. La danse, qui est l’un des piliers de la vie artistique de l’Espace Cardin, a eu entre autres pour ambassadrices les danseuses étoiles Maïa Plissetskaïa et Marie-Claude Pietragalla. Idéalement situé à la croisée des chemins des jardins de l’Elysée, de la place de la Concorde et du Palais présidentiel, l’Espace Pierre Cardin destiné à couvrir tous les évènements importants, dispose d’un emplacement optimal et un cadre fabuleux. L’Espace Cardin adapte l’ensemble de ses multiples modules pour héberger toutes les manifestations de la vie artistique, sociale, culturelle et économique : Exhibition-Présentation-Conférence de presse-Vernissage-Festival-Spectacle-Conférence-Convention-Réception-Fête-Colloque-Cocktail-Lancement-Show Room-Fashion Show

Pont Alexandre III, Paris
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
75000 Paris
Paris,

La Grande Roue - Place De La Condorde - Paris -France
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place de la Concorde
Paris, 75008

+33 1 44 90 75 08

Arc de Triumph
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Place Charles de Gaulle
Paris, 75008

01 55 37 73 77

Pavillon Cambon Capucines
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
46, rue Cambon
Paris, 75008

0147200405

Pont de la Concorde
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Pont de la Concorde
Paris, 75007

The Pont de la Concorde is an arch bridge across the River Seine in Paris connecting the Quai des Tuileries at the Place de la Concorde (on the Right Bank) and the Quai d'Orsay (on the Left Bank). It has formerly been known as the Pont Louis XVI, Pont de la Révolution, Pont de la Concorde, Pont Louis XVI again during the Bourbon Restoration (1814), and again in 1830, Pont de la Concorde, the name it has retained to this day. It is served by the Metro stations Assemblée nationale and Concorde.

Le Quai, Quai Anatole France
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Port de Solférino
Paris, 75007

Nef du Grand Palais
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3 avenue du Général Eisenhower
Paris, 75008

Palais Bourbon (Assemblée Nationale)
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9 Place du Général Beuret Paris 15e
Paris, 75007

01 45 51 58 27

Cafe de l' Olympia
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2 Boulevard de la Madeleine
Paris, 75009

01 42 65 10 62

Le Milliardaire
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8 Boulevard de la Madeleine 75009
Paris, 75009

Pinacotheque Expo Klimt 2015
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28 place de la madeleine paris
Paris, 75008

Élysée Palace
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
55, rue du Faubourg-Saint-Honoré
Paris, 75008

01 42 92 81 00

The Élysée Palace has been the official residence of the President of France since 1848. Dating to the early 18th century, it contains the office of the President and the meeting place of the Council of Ministers. It is located near the Champs-Élysées in the 8th arrondissement of Paris, the name Élysée deriving from Elysian Fields, the place of the blessed dead in Greek mythology.Important foreign visitors are hosted at the nearby Hôtel de Marigny, a palatial residence.HistoryThe architect Armand-Claude Molet possessed a property fronting on the road to the village of Roule, west of Paris (now the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré), and backing onto royal property, the Grand Cours through the Champs-Élysées. He sold this in 1718 to Louis Henri de La Tour d'Auvergne, Count of Évreux (families: Dukes and Princes of Bouillon and Sedan: La Marck | von der Marck), with the agreement that Mollet would construct an hôtel particulier for the count, fronted by an entrance court and backed by a garden. The Hôtel d'Évreux was finished and decorated by 1722, and though it has undergone many modifications since, it remains a fine example of the French classical style. At the time of his death in 1753, Évreux was the owner of one of the most widely admired houses in Paris, and it was bought by King Louis XV as a residence for the Marquise de Pompadour, his mistress. Opponents showed their distaste for the regime by hanging signs on the gates that read: "Home of the King's whore". After her death, it reverted to the crown.

Sur La Seine En Bateaux Parisiens.
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Port de la Bourdonnais
Paris, 75007

0 825 01 01 01

Maxim's, Miroir de la vie parisienne
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3, rue Royale
Paris, 75008

01 42 66 95 53

« Maxim’s, à travers le temps reste le symbole prestigieux d’un certain art de vivre.» Pierre Cardin Maxim’s Miroir de la vie parisienne Texte de Jean-Pascal Hesse La magie de Maxim’s réside dans le fait que sa clientèle ne perçoit pas ses changements: elle ne voit que la permanence du lieu. En outre, Maxim’s est un élément fort et constitutif de la vie parisienne: à sa façon, il est un acteur et un miroir de la vie parisienne. La légende de Maxim’s commence en 1893 lorsque Maxime Gaillard, garçon de café, ouvre un petit bistrot au 3 de la rue Royale. Passée un jour par hasard, la ravissante Irma de Montigny, revient avec ses amies, leurs admirateurs et protecteurs: c’est ainsi que Maxim’s se retrouve avec une fabuleuse clientèle – mondaine, élégante et brillante. Endetté, Maxime Gaillard laisse bientôt la place à Eugène Cornuché, lequel fait de Maxim’s un chef-d’oeuvre de l’ A rt Nouveau, en sollicitant les artistes alors en vogue de l’école de Nancy. Mais la botte secrète du maître d’hôtel, ce seront les courtisanes qui attirent rapidement toute l’élite de la galanterie française – les têtes couronnées, les fortunes et les grands noms du tout-Paris de ce début du XXe siècle. Cependant, l’époque la plus faste de cet établissement demeure la décennie des années 1950, avec La Callas, Ma rtine Carol, lesOnassis, Max Ophuls, les Windsor… Puis, un soir de 1981, Pierre Cardin se voit proposer par les propriétaires de Maxim’s, les Vaudable, de racheter leur restaurant séance tenante. Dès lors, Maxim’s va connaître un rayonnement international, multipliant spectacles, fêtes pour jeunes… Aujourd’hui, les soirées chez Maxim’s rivalisent de fantaisie, s’ouvrant au monde artistique contemporain qui adore son côté décalé et son atmosphère “so chic”. Historien de formation, Jean-Pascal Hesse est l’auteur de diverses publications. Proche collaborateur de Pierre Cardin, il a publié en 2010 un ouvrage retraçant les 60 ans de création du célèbre couturier (Assouline, 2010). Habitué de Maxim’s, il a souhaité retracer ici l’histoire passionnante de ce lieu mythique. Par ailleurs conseiller d’arrondissement de la Ville de Paris, il est en charge des grands événements culturels auprès du maire du XVIe arrondissement. 23 x 30 cm • 192 pages • 150 illustrations • relié sous jaquette 60 € • ISBN FR : 978 275940 583 1 • ISBN US : 978 275940 531 2 LE LIVRE PARAITRA FIN MAI Éditions Assouline – 26, place Vendôme – 75001 Paris Contact : Charles Fritscher – Tél. : 01 42 60 76 09 – Fax: 01 40 15 05 85 www. assouline. com

La Peniche Le Quai
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23 quai Anatole France
Paris,

Ruota Panoramica Parigi
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Rue de Rivoli
Paris, 75008

Диснейленд Париж Франция
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Марн-ля-Вале
Paris,

Pavillon Cambon
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46 Rue Cambon
Paris, 75001

01 47 20 04 05

Espace Pierre Cardin
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1 Av Gabriel
Paris, 75008

01 53 45 17 17

L'Arche
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face au 23, quai Anatole France
Paris, 75007

0622323911

Pavillon Gabriel - Potel & Chabot
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5 Avenue Gabriel
Paris, 75008

Polycopies
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Port de Solferino
Paris, 75007

Bringing to you a fine choice of 35 publishers and bookshops from the photobookworld.

Cleopatra's Needle, Paris
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Place De La Concorde
Paris,

Nouveau Centre Néerlandais - Paris
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121 rue de Lille
Paris, 75007

0144749310

Permettre à tous ceux qui le souhaitent de faire l’expérience en France de la néerlandicité – par le biais de cours de langue, de manifestations culturelles et sociales – est l’objectif premier du Nouveau Centre Néerlandais. - En collaboration avec d’autres organismes, et en vue de renforcer les relations franco-néerlandaises, le NCNL aura à cœur la mise en place d’échanges entre les deux pays. - De nouvelles activités liées à l’enseignement de la langue néerlandaise et orientées vers le monde professionnel verront le jour dans les mois à venir. - En répondant aux besoins d’entreprises françaises et néerlandaises à la recherche de prestations linguistiques de qualité, le NCNL désire créer un véritable pôle dynamique et linguistique.

Paris Place De La Madeleine
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Place De La Madeleine
Paris,

Studio FredMeylan
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332, rue Saint-Honoré
Paris, 75001

06 07 36 21 85

Fred Meylan est un photographe de mode français reconnu pour ses photos intemporelles qui immortalisent la beauté d’un moment. Derrière son objectif il sait capturer des instants de vie, un souvenir, une émotion, une intensité… En 2012 Fred Meylan décide de créer son propre studio à son image. Le Studio FredMeylan, implanté au cœur de Paris, est le lieu de travail du photographe mais aussi un espace de rencontre. Dans ce lieu à la fois intimiste et intense, s’entre mêle studio photo, salle de réunion, bureau de retouches et salon.

Clothing Store Near Grande Roue Des Champs Elysées.

colette Paris
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
213 rue Saint Honoré
Paris, 75001

0938816304

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Hermès
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
24 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré
Paris, 75008

Hermès International S.A., Hermes of Paris, or simply Hermès is a French high fashion luxury goods manufacturer established in 1837, today specializing in leather, lifestyle accessories, home furnishings, perfumery, jewellery, watches and ready-to-wear. Its logo, since the 1950s, is of a Duc carriage with horse. Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski is the creative director.HistoryDesignersThe designers throughout the company's history have included Lola Prusac, Jacques Delahaye, Catherine de Karolyi, Monsieur Levaillant, Nicole de Vesian, Eric Bergère, Claude Brouet, Tan Giudicelli, Marc Audibet, Mariot Chane, Martin Margiela, Jean Paul Gaultier, Christophe Lemaire, Véronique Nichanian (current menswear designer), Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski.Beginnings in the 19th centuryThierry Hermès (1801–1878) was born in Krefeld (Germany) to a French father and a German mother. The family moved to France in 1828. In 1837, Thierry Hermès first established Hermès as a harness workshop in the Grands Boulevards quarter of Paris, dedicated to serving European noblemen. He created high-quality wrought harnesses and bridles for the carriage trade, winning several awards including the first prize in its class in 1855 and again in 1867 at the Expositions Universelles in Paris.Hermès's son, Charles-Émile Hermès (1835–1919), took over management from his father and moved the shop in 1880 to 24 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré where it remains to this day. With the help of his sons Adolphe and Émile-Maurice, Charles-Émile introduced saddlery and started selling his products retail. The company catered to the élite of Europe, North Africa, Russia, Asia, and the Americas. In 1900, the firm offered the Haut à Courroies bag, specially designed for riders to carry their saddles with them.

Christian Louboutin Saint Honoré
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68 Rue Faubourg Saint Honoré
Paris, 75008

0800945804

Hermès Rue Faubourg Saint Honoré
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24, rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré
Paris, 75008

0140174600

LANVIN
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22 rue Faubourg Saint Honoré
Paris, 75008

01 44 71 33 33

www.lanvin.com www.facebook.com/LANVINofficial www.youtube.com/LANVINtube http://twitter.com/LANVINofficial

Rue Caumartin, Paris
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Rue Caumartin
Paris, 75009

Chanel
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13 Rue de la Grange Batelière
Paris, 75009

692477506

Yves Saint Laurent - Rue Faubourg St Honoré
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38 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré
Paris, 75008

+33 1 42 65 74 59

Roger Vivier
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29, rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré
Paris, 75008

0153430085

Born in 1907, Roger Vivier created shoes like sculptures. In 1924, he began studying at the Beaux Arts of Paris (sculpture course) which he abandoned two years later for shoemaking and started with an apprenticeship. Fascinated by theater and music halls, Vivier designed theater decors. Backstage, he encountered Josephine Baker and Mistinguette for whom he began designing custom-made shoes. With the success of his first models, he opened a boutique in Paris on the rue Royale, in 1937 before established in the rue François 1er. He seduced the most elegant and fascinating of women the world over: Queen Elizabeth II chose him to create the shoes she was to wear on her coronation day in 1953. Jacqueline Kennedy, Grace Kelly, the empress of Iran and the Duchess of Windsor were to name but a few of his loyal clients. Today, not only enchanting the most elegant of women, the Vivier style captivates first ladies of modern times. To name but a few: Cate Blanchett, Nicole Kidman, Uma Thurman, Jennifer Aniston, Julianne Moore, Penelope Cruz, Scarlett Johansson, Charlize Theron, Sharon Stone, Cameron Diaz, Kate Winslet, Freida Pinto, the perennially elegant Catherine Deneuve, Letizia Ortiz or Carla Bruni-Sarkozy. In 1953, having worked together several years, Christian Dior invited Roger Vivier to design the shoes that were to be presented with his dresses. From there and until he died in 1998, he met and worked with most of the leading names of fashion as Yves Saint Laurent or Madame Grès. This artistic heritage and exceptional tradition found new life with the renaissance of the brand in 2003 extended its expertise not only to shoes and bags but also to small leather goods, jewellery and sunglasses, becoming a global brand of luxury accessories. Bruno Frisoni, the creative director, has pursued the work and vision of Roger Vivier by adding each season new chapters to this marvelous story. Ines de la Fressange, a recognized figure of an elegance so typically French, , represents the sophisticated allure of the Parisian brand as well as the irony and fantasy which make the maison’s style unique and inimitable. They both offer today an experience that is unique in the world of luxury. The experience of invisible paradoxes that places Roger Vivier in a spectacular universe and a world of dream.

Matignon Club "Rock'N'Chic
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3 avenue Matignon
Paris, 75008

Dior - Paris Rue Royale
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22 Rue Royale
Paris, 75008

00 33 (0)1 53 05 51 61

“I create so that each and every woman is the most beautiful“. Christian Dior.

Comme des Garçons
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Comme des Garçons
Paris,

Moncler
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7 rue du faubourg saint honore
Paris, 75008

+33 (0)1 53059215

Paul Smith
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3 Rue du Faubourg St Honore
Paris, 75008

+33 (0)1 42 68 27 10

Tommy Hilfiger
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43 BOULEVARD DES CAPUCINES
Paris, 75002

+33 1 42 60 70 02

Dsquared
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251 rue saint honoré
Paris, 75001

UNITED COLORS OF BENETTON
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PLACE DE L'OPERA', 3 RUE DE LA PAIX
Paris, 75002

Viktor&rolf
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370 rue Saint-Honoré
Paris, 75001

Marc Jacobs
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17 Place du Marché Saint-Honoré
Paris, 75001

01 75 77 85 90

Boutique Jitrois
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38 rue du faubourg saint honoré
Paris, 75008

33147425885

Bonpoint
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15 Rue Royale
Paris, 75008

01 47 42 52 63

Le Dressing Club
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9 rue Godot de Mauroy
Paris, 75009

09 52 96 30 90

Le Dressing Club est un outlet de robes de mariée de créateurs. Les créations Delphine Manivet, Rosa Clara, Yolan Cris, Suzanne Ermann et bien d'autres encore sont entre -30% et -70% du prix : là je dis oui! Nous faisons les retouches et pouvons modifier et personnaliser votre robe sur-mesure pour que votre tenue vous corresponde parfaitement. Le show-room se procure aussi des robes et accessoires neufs à des prix vente privée tels qu'une collection de fleurs en soie et de voiles en dentelle de calais. Un véritable bon plan pour les futures mariées : prenez vite rendez-vous au Dressing Club

Serge Blanco
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36 Av Opéra
Paris, 75002

01 42 66 15 10

Mcgregor store paris
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35 boulevard des capucines
Paris, 75002

0033142961904

Diesel Store Opera
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Avenue de l'Opera 38
Paris, 75002

(+33) 144 940 940

American Apparel Marché St-Honoré Femme et Enfant
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31, place du Marché St-Honoré
Paris, 75001

01 42 60 03 72

Fashionable basics, Sweatshop Free. Made in Downtown LA. That's American Apparel.

22 rue boissy d'anglas 75008
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Brics, 22 Rue Boissy d'Anglas
Paris, 75008

01 53 05 98 68

Brooks Brothers
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372 Rue St. Honore
Paris, 75001

33 0 1 40 20 1001

Founded in 1818, Brooks Brothers has been a destination for classic American clothing for nearly two hundred years. For generations of men, women, and children, Brooks Brothers is a way of life.

Local Business Near Grande Roue Des Champs Elysées.

La Grande Roue - Place De La Condorde - Paris -France
Distance: 0.0 mi Tourist Information
place de la Concorde
Paris, 75008

+33 1 44 90 75 08

LADUREE Maison Fondée En 1862 PARIS
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16 rue Royale
Paris, 75008

+33 1 42 60 21 79

Hermès Rue Faubourg Saint Honoré
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24, rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré
Paris, 75008

0140174600

Ladurée, 16 Rue Royale, Paris
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16-18 Rue Royale
Paris, 75008

Bateau Concorde Atlantique
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8 quai Anatole France
Paris, 75007

01 40 56 02 82

Buda bar Paris France
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7 rue estienne d'orves
Paris, 75008

Sur La Seine En Bateaux Parisiens.
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Port de la Bourdonnais
Paris, 75007

0 825 01 01 01

Maison de beauté- Carita
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11 rue du Faubourg St Honoré
Paris, 75008

Yves Saint Laurent - Rue Faubourg St Honoré
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38 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré
Paris, 75008

+33 1 42 65 74 59

Le Relais Madeleine
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Rue Godot de Mauroy
Paris, 75009

01 47 42 22 40

Paris Boat Party !
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seine river
Paris,

Cour Des Comptes
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rue Cambon
Paris, 75001

Espace Pierre Cardin
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1 Av Gabriel
Paris, 75008

01 53 45 17 17

État-Major de la Marine nationale
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2,rue Royale, Paris 8è
Paris, 75008

bizarre Love Triangle
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Place de la Concorde
Paris, 75008

Pierre Hermes
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4, rue Cambon
Paris, 75001

Paul Smith
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3 Rue du Faubourg St Honore
Paris, 75008

+33 (0)1 42 68 27 10

Pavillon Gabriel - Potel & Chabot
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5 Avenue Gabriel
Paris, 75008

Spa Carita 11 Rue du Faubourg Saint Honoré
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11 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré
Paris,

Restaurant L'Ardoise 5 Etoiles
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28, rue du Mont Thabor
Paris, 75001

Hub Forum
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1 avenue gabriel
Paris, 75008

Carven
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18 Rue Royale
Paris,

01 42 25 66 52

Audemars Piguet Boutique Paris
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rue Saint-Honoré 380
Paris, 75001

+33140204545

Balmain Hair
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13 Rue Royale
Paris, 75008

01.45.62.02.00

24h de Vélib'
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Avenue des Champs-Elysées
Paris,

Bonpoint
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15 Rue Royale
Paris, 75008

01 47 42 52 63

Espace Pierre Cardin / Exposition La Lingerie Française
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[email protected]
Paris, 75008

Restaurant "Les Collections"
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Sofitel 15 Rue Boissy D'anglais
Paris, 75008

La Maison de Madame Lasage-Hebert
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré 30
Paris, 75008

Vanitas vanitatum et omnia vanitas. L'Arte è esperienza, non la formulazione di un problema.

Theater Near Grande Roue Des Champs Elysées.

Opéra Garnier
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
Place de l'opéra
Paris, 75009

08 25 05 44 05

Palais Garnier
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
8 rue Scribe
Paris, 75001

+33171252423

The Palais Garnier is a 1,979-seat opera house, which was built from 1861 to 1875 for the Paris Opera. It was called the Salle des Capucines, because of its location on the Boulevard des Capucines in the 9th arrondissement of Paris, but soon became known as the Palais Garnier, in recognition of its opulence and its architect, Charles Garnier. The theatre is also often referred to as the Opéra Garnier and historically was known as the Opéra de Paris or simply the Opéra, as it was the primary home of the Paris Opera and its associated Paris Opera Ballet until 1989, when the Opéra Bastille opened at the Place de la Bastille. The Paris Opera now mainly uses the Palais Garnier for ballet.The Palais Garnier has been called "probably the most famous opera house in the world, a symbol of Paris like Notre Dame Cathedral, the Louvre, or the Sacré Coeur Basilica." This is at least partly due to its use as the setting for Gaston Leroux's 1910 novel The Phantom of the Opera and, especially, the novel's subsequent adaptations in films and Andrew Lloyd Webber's popular 1986 musical. Another contributing factor is that among the buildings constructed in Paris during the Second Empire, besides being the most expensive, it has been described as the only one that is "unquestionably a masterpiece of the first rank." This opinion is far from unanimous however: the 20th-century French architect Le Corbusier once described it as "a lying art" and contended that the "Garnier movement is a décor of the grave".

Théâtre du Palais-Royal
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
38 rue de Montpensier
Paris, 75001

0142974000

Actualité, programmation, billetterie, promotions, historique

Theâtre Mogador
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
25 Rue Mogador
Paris, 75009

+33153323232

Théâtre Mogador
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
25 Rue de Mogador, 75009 Paris
Paris, 75009

01 53 32 32 32

Théâtre Mogador founded in 1913 and designed by Bertie Crewe, is a Parisian music hall theatre located at 25, rue de Mogador in the 9th district. It seats 1,800 people on three tiers.In 1913 financier Sir Alfred Butt rented an area in Paris. Built according to English music hall principles and style during World War I, the theatre was originally named the "Palace Theatre", after the like-named one in London, in order to appeal to British soldiers. The name was shortly thereafter changed to "Théâtre Mogador", Mogador being the old name of the town of Essaouira in Morocco. The inauguration guests include President Wilson, in France to negotiate the Treaty of Versailles.It was inaugurated by US president to be Franklin Delano Roosevelt April 1919.From 1920 it was a Cine-variety, and gained fame with the performances of Sergei Diaghilev's "Ballets Russes", and with the Thés Mogador – performances of operettas and plays in the afternoon. Until the seventies, the Théâtre Mogador was mainly used for performances of operettas, including Mistinguett. Marcel Merkès was a regular performer here from the late 1940s to the mid-1970s.An extensive renovation restored the building to new splendour in 1983. In 2005, it was purchased by the Stage Entertainment group (then called the "Stage Holding - The Theatre Group").

Palais-Royal
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
8 rue de Montpensier
Paris, 75001

+639174190541

The Palais-Royal, originally called the Palais-Cardinal, is a palace located in the 1st arrondissement of Paris. The screened entrance court faces the Place du Palais-Royal, opposite the Louvre. The larger inner courtyard, the Cour d'Honneur, has since 1986 contained Daniel Buren's site-specific art piece Les Deux Plateaux, known as Les Colonnes de Buren. In 1830 the Cour d'Honneur was enclosed to the north by what was probably the most famous of Paris's covered arcades, the Galerie d'Orléans. Demolished in the 1930s, its flanking rows of columns still stand between the Cour d'Honneur and the popular Palais-Royal Gardens.HistoryPalais-CardinalOriginally called the Palais-Cardinal, the palace was the personal residence of Cardinal Richelieu. The architect Jacques Lemercier began his design in 1629; construction commenced in 1633 and was completed in 1639. Upon Richelieu's death in 1642 the palace became the property of the King and acquired the new name Palais-Royal.After Louis XIII died the following year, it became the home of the Queen Mother Anne of Austria and her young sons Louis XIV and Philippe, duc d'Anjou, along with her advisor Cardinal Mazarin. From 1649, the palace was the residence of the exiled Henrietta Maria and Henrietta Anne Stuart, wife and daughter of the deposed King Charles I of England. The two had escaped England in the midst of the English Civil War and were sheltered by Henrietta Maria's nephew, King Louis XIV.

Opéra
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
Place de l'opéra
Paris, 75008

0664265620

Opéra is a station of the Paris Métro, named after the nearby Opera Garnier, built by the architect Charles Garnier. It is located at the end of the Avenue de l'Opera, one of the accesses being opposite the Opera, and serves the district of the Boulevard Haussmann. Three Métro lines (3, 7 and 8) cross each other at one point, known as a "well".The station offers a connection to the following stations: Auber on RER line A Haussmann – Saint-Lazare on RER line E Havre – Caumartin on lines 3 and 9 Saint-Augustin on line 9 Saint-Lazare on lines 3, 12, 13 and 14 The station is famous for its strong odors of sewers. When it was being built, there were concerns that one of Hector Guimard's characteristic iron metro entrances would spoil the view of the opera house, so a marble entrance was built instead.

Olympia (Paris)
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
28, Boulevard des Capucines, 9th arrondissement
Paris, 75009

Olympia is a music hall located in the 9th arrondissement of Paris, France. Located at No. 28, Boulevard des Capucines, its closest métro/RER stations are Madeleine, Opéra, Havre – Caumartin and Auber.HistoryFounded in 1888, by Joseph Oller, the creator of the Moulin Rouge, today easily recognizable by its giant red glowing letters announcing its name. It opened in 1889 as the "Montagnes Russes" but was renamed the Olympia in 1893. Besides musicians, the Olympia played host to a variety of entertainment including circuses, ballets, and operettas. However, following a steady decline in appearances by the great stars, from 1929 until 1944 it served as a movie theater. It may have opened as a music hall under the German occupation of France during World War II, but certainly in 1945 after the Liberation, it was a music hall free to Allied troops in uniform. Attendees had to listen to the playing of four national anthems before the varied programs that always ended with a spirited can-can performed by dancers, some of whom were no longer young. Thereafter, at times it may have reverted to movies again until Bruno Coquatrix revived it as a music hall with a grand re-opening in February 1954. After his death, it ultimately went into another decline and was in danger of being torn down and turned into a parking lot but on 7 January 1993, France's then Minister of Culture, Jack Lang issued a preservation order for the Olympia that resulted in two years of construction work to rebuild a perfect replica of the façade and the grandeur of its famous red interior.

Palais Garnier - Opéra De Paris
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
8 Rue Scribe, 75009 Paris
Paris, 75009

+33 1 71 25 24 23

Opera National De Paris
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
8 rue Scribe
Paris, 75009

Theatre des mathurins
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
36 RUE DES MATHURINS
Paris, 75008

01 42 65 9000

Théâtre Édouard VII
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10 place Édouard VII
Paris, 75009

01 47 42 59 92

Le théâtre Édouard VII, appelé aussi théâtre Édouard VII - Sacha Guitry, est situé à Paris entre la Madeleine et l'Opéra Garnier.HistoriqueLe square est ouvert en 1911 par Arthur Millon, fondateur de la Société de la rue Édouard VII, à l’emplacement des remises et des écuries d’une compagnie de fiacres. Il ne pouvait trouver meilleur parrainage que celui du souverain Édouard VII d'Angleterre, dit « le plus parisien des rois anglais », le plus boulevardier de tous, à l’époque où le Boulevard se terminait chez Maxim’s. En bonne logique, c’est un architecte anglais, William Sprague, qui construit une salle de spectacle au centre de la place en 1913.C'est tout d'abord un cinéma, exploité par un pionnier de l'industrie cinématographique, Charles Urban, qui y présente le Kinémacolor. Puis il cède la place aux représentations théâtrales en 1916 avec pour premier directeur Alphonse Franck, ancien directeur du Théâtre des Capucines et du Théâtre du Gymnase qui a racheté la salle en 1914.Avec Sacha Guitry, une histoire d'amourEn octobre 1920, une déclaration d’amour attire le public au théâtre Édouard VII : Je t'aime. Sacha Guitry se déclarait ainsi à Yvonne Printemps. Et tout Paris constate, ravi, cet amour « Nul printemps n’est plus délicieux que celui de Paris, mais quand il s’appelle Yvonne, il devient incomparable... il est impossible d’incarner plus exactement Paris ».

Théâtre de la Michodière
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
4 bis Rue de la Michodière
Paris, 75002

01.47.42.95.22

La Comédie Française, salle Richelieu
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
Place Colette
Paris, 75001

Théâtre de la Madeleine
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
19 rue de Surène
Paris, 75008

01 42 65 07 09

La Pépinière Théâtre
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7, rue Louis le Grand
Paris, 75002

01.42.61.44.16

haagen-dazs champs élysées
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
49 - 51 Avenue des Champs-Élysées
Paris, 75008

01 53 77 68 68

Théâtre Michel
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
38, rue des Mathurins
Paris, 75008

01 42 65 35 02

Créé en 1906, le Théâtre Michel, charmant théâtre parisien, porte le prénom de son fondateur Michel Mortier, célèbre boulevardier de l'époque. Aujourd'hui, Didier Caron, entouré de son équipe, reprend la direction de ce lieu historique parisien. Dans le respect de cet héritage théâtral, mais animés d'un souffle nouveau, nous souhaitons apporter à ce beau lieu notre énergie, notre enthousiasme et notre envie d'un théâtre de qualité, résolument inscrit dans le XXI ème siècle. Des comédies bien sûr, mais de belles comédies humaines, féroces et tendres, drôles et touchantes à la fois, de celles où l'émotion vous cueille par surprise au sortir d'un éclat de rire...

Athénée Théâtre Louis-Jouvet
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
square de l'Opéra Louis-Jouvet, 7 rue Boudreau
Paris, 75009

01 53 05 19 19

Théâtre public classé monument historique, l'Athénée donne à entendre de grands textes des répertoires théâtral et lyrique dans des mises en scène innovantes. Prix : de 6€ à 48€

Comédie Caumartin
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25 rue Caumartin
Paris, 75009

01.47.42.43.41

Théatre de La Madeleine
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Place de la Madeleine
Paris, 75008

0142650709

Opéra-Comique
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
1, place Boieldieu
Paris, 75002

Le théâtre national de l'Opéra-Comique, aussi appelé « salle Favart », est une salle de spectacles située place Boieldieu, dans le 2e arrondissement de Paris de Paris.Ce site est desservi par la station de métro Richelieu - Drouot.HistoireOrigineL'Opéra-Comique a été fondé sous le règne de Louis XIV, le par Catherine Baron et Gautier de Saint-Edme à partir de troupes qualifiées de « foraines » qui se produisaient lors des spectacles donnés lors des foires annuelles de Paris. L'une des troupes de la foire Saint-Germain prit alors le nom d'Opéra-Comique.Son répertoire était surtout constitué de pantomimes et de parodies d'opéras afin de déjouer les interdictions dont ils étaient frappés à la suite de procès intentés par la Comédie-Française, inquiète face à la qualité montante des spectacles qui lui portait directement concurrence. En 1714, un décret autorise la troupe à avoir son propre théâtre avec une contrainte : intercaler des dialogues parlés dans les œuvres chantées. C’est la définition actuelle de l'opéra-comique.

Théâtre Caumartin
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25 rue Caumartin
Paris,

Opéra-Comique
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
1, place Boieldieu
Paris, 75002

The Opéra-Comique is a Parisian opera company, which was founded around 1714 by some of the popular theatres of the Parisian fairs. In 1762 the company was merged with, and for a time took the name of its chief rival the Comédie-Italienne at the Hôtel de Bourgogne, and was also called the Théâtre-Italien up to about 1793, when it again became most commonly known as the Opéra-Comique. Today the company's official name is Théâtre national de l'Opéra-Comique, and its theatre, with a capacity of around 1,248 seats, sometimes referred to as the Salle Favart (the third on this site), is located in Place Boïeldieu, in the 2nd arrondissement of Paris, not far from the Palais Garnier, one of the theatres of the Paris Opéra. The musicians and others associated with the Opéra-Comique have made important contributions to operatic history and tradition in France, and to French opera. Its current mission is to reconnect with its history, and discover its unique repertoire, to ensure production and dissemination of operas for the wider public. Mainstays of the repertory at the Opéra-Comique during its history have included the following works which have each been performed more than 1,000 times by the company: Cavalleria Rusticana, Le chalet, La dame blanche, Le domino noir, La fille du régiment, Lakmé, Manon, Mignon, Les noces de Jeannette, Le pré aux clercs, Tosca, La bohème, Werther and Carmen, the last having been performed more than 2,500 times.

Théâtre des Bouffes-Parisiens
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
4, Rue Monsigny
Paris, 75002

01 42 96 92 42

The Théâtre des Bouffes-Parisiens is a Parisian theatre which was founded in 1855 by the composer Jacques Offenbach for the performance of opéra bouffe and operetta. The current theatre is located in the 2nd arrondissement at 4 rue Monsigny with an entrance at the back at 65 Passage Choiseul. In the 19th century the theatre was often referred to as the Salle Choiseul. With the decline in popularity of operetta after 1870, the theatre expanded its repertory to include comedies.

Opéra National de Paris
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
8 rue Scribe
Paris, 75009

0140011789

Instinct Theatre
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
14 rue de Beaujolais
Paris,

0950621898

Salle Gaveau Paris
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45-47 Rue La Boétie, 75008 Paris, France
Paris,

+33 1 49 53 05 07

Hotel Du Rond Point Des Champs Elysees
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10 Rue De Ponthieu
Paris, 75008

01 53 89 14 14

Theâtre Mogador, Paris
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25, rue de Mogador
Paris, 75009

Tourist Attraction Near Grande Roue Des Champs Elysées.

Paris, France
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
Paris
Paris, Paris

Louvre Pyramid
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
The Louvre
Paris, 75001

+33 (0)1 40 20 53 17

La pyramide du Louvre est une pyramide constituée de verre et de métal, située au milieu de la cour Napoléon du musée du Louvre à Paris, où se situe le hall d’accueil.Commandée par le président de la République François Mitterrand en 1983, la pyramide a été conçue par l'architecte sino-américain Ieoh Ming Pei. La structure, qui a été entièrement construite en métal, s'élève à sur une base carrée de de côté et pèse environ. La pyramide est composée de 603 losanges et 70 triangles en verre. Elle a été inaugurée le et ouverte au public le. Elle est la première grande construction à avoir été réalisée en verre feuilleté.Bien que la pyramide ait suscité une grande controverse lors de la présentation de son projet en 1984, elle est devenue au début du la troisième œuvre du Louvre la plus appréciée après La Joconde et la Vénus de Milo.

Pont Alexandre III
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Pont Alexandre III
Paris, Paris

Grande Roue de Paris
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Place de la Concorde
Paris, 75001

Pont Alexandre III
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Pont alexandre III
Paris, 75007

Le pont Alexandre-III est un pont franchissant la Seine entre le 7e arrondissement de Paris et le 8e arrondissement de Paris de Paris.Ce site est desservi par la station de métro Invalides. En outre, il est desservi par la gare des Invalides de la ligne C du RER.HistoriqueLe projetInauguré pour l'Exposition universelle de Paris en 1900, le pont était destiné à symboliser l'amitié franco-russe, instaurée par la signature de l'alliance conclue en 1891 entre l’empereur Alexandre III (1845-1894) et le président de la République française Sadi Carnot. La première pierre fut posée par le tsar Nicolas II de Russie, l'impératrice Alexandra Fedorovna et le président Félix Faure le 7 octobre 1896. La construction de cet ouvrage d'art fut confiée aux ingénieurs Jean Résal et Amédée Alby, ainsi qu'aux architectes Cassien-Bernard et Gaston Cousin.

Avenue montaigne
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
Avenue Montaigne
Paris, 75008

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Boulevard Haussmann
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Boulevard Haussmann
Paris, Paris

Palais de la découverte
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Avenue Franklin Roosevelt
Paris, 75008

01 56 43 20 20

Le Palais de la découverte sera fermé au public pour travaux du 29 août jusqu'au 30 septembre 2016. "La science vivante au cœur de Paris" www.palais-decouverte.fr

Grand Palais
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
3 Avenue du Général Eisenhower
Paris, 75008

The Grand Palais des Champs-Élysées, commonly known as the Grand Palais, is a large historic site, exhibition hall and museum complex located at the Champs-Élysées in the 8th arrondissement of Paris, France. Construction of the Grand Palais began in 1897 following the demolition of the Palais de l'Industrie as part of the preparation works for the Universal Exposition of 1900, which also included the creation of the adjacent Petit Palais and Pont Alexandre III.The structure was built in the style of Beaux-Arts architecture as taught by the École des Beaux-Arts of Paris. The building reflects the movement's taste for ornate decoration through its stone facades, the formality of its floor planning and the use of techniques that were innovative at the time, such as its glass vault, its structure made of iron and light steel framing, and its use of reinforced concrete.HistoryOne of its pediments calls it a “monument dedicated by the Republic to the glory of French art”, reflecting its original purpose, that of housing the great artistic events of the city of Paris. The competition to choose the architect was fierce and controversial, and ultimately resulted in the contract being awarded to a group of four architects, Henri Deglane, Albert Louvet, Albert Thomas and Charles Girault, each with a separate area of responsibility.

La Grande Roue - Place De La Condorde - Paris -France
Distance: 0.0 mi Tourist Information
place de la Concorde
Paris, 75008

+33 1 44 90 75 08

Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris
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107, rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris
Paris, 75001

01 44 55 57 50

Musée des Arts Décoratifs, a museum of the decorative arts and design, located in the Palais du Louvre's western wing, known as the Pavillon de Marsan, at 107 rue de Rivoli, in the 1st arrondissement of Paris, France. It is one of three museum locations of Les Arts Décoratifs.The museum also hosts exhibitions of fashion, advertising and graphic art from its collections from the formerly separate but now defunct Musée de la Publicité and Musée de la mode et du textile.DisplaysThe museum collection was originally founded in 1905 by members of the Union des Arts Décoratifs. The architect was Gaston Redon. It houses and displays furniture, interior design, altar pieces, religious paintings, objets d'arts, tapestries, wallpaper, ceramics and glassware, plus toys from the Middle Ages to the present day.The collection is primarily composed of French furniture, tableware, carpets such as those from Aubusson, porcelain such as that by the Manufacture nationale de Sèvres, and a large number of glass pieces by René Lalique, Émile Gallé and many others. It includes numerous works in the Art Nouveau and Art Déco styles and modern examples by designers like Eileen Gray and Charlotte Perriand. However, the museum's deep holdings range back to 13th-century Europe.

Pinacothèque de Paris
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
30, place de la Madeleine
Paris, 75008

+ 33 1 42 68 02 01

Les Colonnes De Buren
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
15 Rue du Colonel Driant
Paris, 75001

Petit Palais
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
Avenue Winston-Churchill, 75008 Paris
Paris, 75008

0153434000

The Petit Palais is an art museum in the 8th arrondissement of Paris, France.It was built for the 1900 Exposition Universelle, it now houses the City of Paris Museum of Fine Arts . The Petit Palais is located across from the Grand Palais on Avenue Nicolas II, today Avenue Winston-Churchill. The other façades of the building face the Seine and Avenue des Champs-Elysees.The Petit Palais is one of the 14 museums of the City of Paris, that have been incorporated since January 1, 2013 in the public corporation Paris Musées.HistoryDesign CompetitionIn 1894 a competition was held for the 1900 Exhibition area. The Palais de l'Industrie from the 1855 World’s Fair was considered unfitting and was to be replaced by something new for the 1900 Exhibition. Architects had the option to do what they pleased (alter, destroy, or keep) with the Palais de l’Industrie. In the end, Charles Girault won the competition and built the Petit Palais as one of the buildings that replaced the Palais de l’Industrie. The construction of the Petit Palais began on October 10, 1897 and was completed in April 1900. The total cost of the Petit Palais at the time of the construction was 400,000 pounds.InspirationCharles Girault largely draws on the late seventeenth and early eighteenth century French style for the Petit Palais. Additionally his work, such as the domed central porch and the triple arcade, has many references to the stables at Chantilly.

Palais Bourbon (Assemblée Nationale)
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
9 Place du Général Beuret Paris 15e
Paris, 75007

01 45 51 58 27

Pont Royal
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Pont Royal
Paris, 75007

Discover Walks Paris
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
1 rue Thérèse
Paris, 75001

(+33) 0 970 449 724

We started Discover Walks to give visitors to Paris something exciting, something special, to remember when they returned home. We want to give visitors a couple of special hours being with a real Parisian walking around Paris. The kind of experience you would have if you had a good friend who was a Paris native. Fun, informative and most of all, personal to you and your guide.

Monumenta 2014 - Grand Palais
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
3, avenue du Général Eisenhower
Paris, 75008

00 33 (0)1 44 13 17 17

Palais Bourbon
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Palais Bourbon
Paris, Paris

Parc du Louvre
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113 Rue de Rivoli
Paris, 75001

Sommet De La Tour Eiffel
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Champ de Mars, 5 Avenue Anatole France
Paris, 75007

0 892 70 12 39

Alexander Bridge
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Quai Voltaire
Paris,

Musée du Parfum
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
9 rue Scribe
Paris, 75009

+33 01 47 42 04 56

The Musée du Parfum, also known as the Fragonard Musée du Parfum, is a French private museum of perfume located at 9 rue Scribe, in the 9th arrondissement of Paris.LocationThe museum is located near the western side of Opéra Garnier.Hours and admissionThe musée is open daily; admission is free.HistoryThe museum was created in 1983 by the Fragonard perfume company within a Napoleon III town-house (built 1860). Its rooms contain period furnishings and perfume exhibits, including antique perfume bottles, containers, toiletry sets, stills for steam distillation of perfume extracts, etc. Displays show how perfumes are made today, and present the history of perfume manufacturing and packaging. Of particular interest is an orgue à parfum (perfume organ) with tiers of ingredient bottles arranged around a balance used to mix fragrances.

Passage Choiseul
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
77 Passage Choiseul
Paris, 75002

01 33 76 23 11

Passage Choiseul is one of the covered passages of Paris located in the 2nd arrondissement. It is the continuation of Rue de Choiseul.HistoryIt was built between 1825 and 1827. It was designed by Francois Mazois. He died before the building was complete. Another architect, Antoine Tavernier, complete the work. Louis-Ferdinand Celine lived here as a child in the early 20th-century. As an adult he described it as having gas lamps that "stank as badly as the stagnant air," and the aroma of "dogs urine" in the passage. In 1907 the glass roof was replaced. The passage fell into disrepair. In the 1970s visitation increased when Kenzo opened a boutique in the passage. They have since relocated to the Place des Victories.TodayPassage Choiseul is a shopping and food area. It has restaurants, clothing stores, book stores, jewellery shops, art galleries, art supply shops and hair cutter. The entrance to the Théâtre des Bouffes-Parisiens is located in the passage. The bottom floor is mainly retail and the upper floors are primarily residential. It is the longest covered passage in the city, at 190 meters and 3.7 meters width. In 2012, it began renovations and restoration by Jean Frédéric Grevet. It is a registered historic monument in France.LocationIt is just west of Galerie Vivienne on Rue des Petits-Champs in the 2nd arrondissement.

Toureffel
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
Champ de Mars, 5 Avenue Anatole France
Paris, 75007

0 892 70 12 39

Fontaine des Fleuves
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
10 Place de la Concorde
Paris, 75008

Cleopatra's Needle, Paris
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Place De La Concorde
Paris,

Église Saint-Louis des Invalides
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
129 Rue de Grenelle, 75007 Paris, France
Paris, 75007

Chez Avezou
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
75 rue Saint-Dominique
Paris, 75007

Pont de la Concorde
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Pont de la Concorde
Paris, 75007

Pont de la Concorde – most łukowy łączący dwa brzegi Sekwany między bulwarami Tuileries oraz d’Orsay.Budowa mostu w tym miejscu była uwzględniona w planach rozwoju miasta od 1725, tj. od momentu zakończenia prac nad placem Ludwika XV . Jednak dopiero w 1787 Ludwik XVI polecił wykonanie tego mostu, wstępnie nazwanego jego imieniem, Jeanowi Perronetowi i Danielowi Trudaine’owi. Prace trwały, gdy wybuchła rewolucja francuska. Nowe władze Paryża zarządziły zmianę projektowanej nazwy przeprawy na Pont de la Révolution oraz symboliczne wykorzystanie przy jego budowie kamieni z rozbiórki Bastylii.W 1810 Napoleon Bonaparte nakazał redekorację mostu, na którym pojawiło się 8 posągów tych generałów czasów rewolucji i Cesarstwa, którzy zginęli na polu walki. W czasie Restauracji figury te zostały usunięte i zastąpione posągami wielkich ludzi czasów przedrewolucyjnych – czterech słynnych ministrów Colberta, Richelieu, Sugera oraz de Sully’ego, czterech dowódców wojskowych Bayarda, du Guesclina, Wielkiego Kondeusza i de Turenne’a, wreszcie czterech marynarzy: Duguaya-Trouina, Duquesne’a, Suffrena i Tourville’a. Przy budowie tego imponującego kompleksu rzeźb kierowano się jednak bardziej względami ideowymi niż technicznymi; przeciążały one poważnie most i w 1830 musiały zostać przeniesione do Wersalu. Restauracja przywróciła również mostowi imię Ludwika XVI, które ponownie zmieniono po 1830, tym razem na nazwę obecną.

Travel and Transportation Near Grande Roue Des Champs Elysées.

La Seine
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
Quai Voltaire
Paris, 75007 Paris

Grande Roue de Paris
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Place de la Concorde
Paris, 75001

Avenue montaigne
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
Avenue Montaigne
Paris, 75008

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Palais de la découverte
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
Avenue Franklin Roosevelt
Paris, 75008

01 56 43 20 20

Le Palais de la découverte sera fermé au public pour travaux du 29 août jusqu'au 30 septembre 2016. "La science vivante au cœur de Paris" www.palais-decouverte.fr

Palais de l'Élysée
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
55 rue du Faubourg St-Honoré
Paris, 75008

0761884670

Tombeau de Napoléon
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
Hôtel National des Invalides
Paris, 75007

Museé D'orsay
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
1 rue de la Légion d'Honneur
Paris, 75007

01 40 49 48 14

Pinacothèque de Paris
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30, place de la Madeleine
Paris, 75008

+ 33 1 42 68 02 01

Galeries Lafayettes, Bd Hausssman, Paris
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40, Boulevard Haussmann
Paris, 75009

+33 (0)1.42.82.34.56

Nike Store Champs Elysées
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
67 avenue des Champs Elysées
Paris, 75008

01 42 25 93 80

Les Colonnes De Buren
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
15 Rue du Colonel Driant
Paris, 75001

Le Pont De Solférino
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Passerelle de Solférino
Paris, 75007

Avenue de l'Opéra
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Avenue de l'Opéra
Paris, 75009

The Avenue de l'Opéra was created from 1864 to 1879 as part of Haussmann's renovation of Paris. It is situated in the center of the city, running northwest from the Louvre to the Palais Garnier, the primary opera house of Paris (until the opening of the Opéra Bastille in 1989).DescriptionThe Avenue de l'Opéra was an important thoroughfare in Haussmann's traffic scheme, since it linked the rue de Rivoli at the Louvre to the grands boulevards near the Opéra and gave better access to the wealthy neighbourhoods being developed at that time in northwest Paris. It had the additional advantage that the demolition required for its construction cleared the area between the Louvre and the grand boulevards, which had been occupied by a slum district, dense with poor-quality housing and numerous narrow streets, that was considered unhealthy and dangerous.At the avenue's northwest end, in front of the opera house, is the Place de l'Opéra. Besides providing a setting for the imposing Palais Garnier, it is a nexus from which several streets radiate. At the time it was built, it was criticized for being too grandiose, but now with much more traffic, it is often considered too small. Elegant stores selling luxury leather goods and jewelry, and the Café de la Paix, are located here.The avenue itself is very popular with tourists and is lined with shops selling fancy souvenir Parisian merchandise (articles de Paris), as well as travel agencies and banks. A small Japanese district is nearby, in the rue Sainte-Anne.

Club79 Paris
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22, Rue Quentin Bauchart
Paris, 75008

+33142259728

Bateau Concorde Atlantique
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8 quai Anatole France
Paris, 75007

01 40 56 02 82

Chez Diep
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22 Rue de Ponthieu
Paris, 75008

Élysée Palace
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55, rue du Faubourg-Saint-Honoré
Paris, 75008

01 42 92 81 00

The Élysée Palace has been the official residence of the President of France since 1848. Dating to the early 18th century, it contains the office of the President and the meeting place of the Council of Ministers. It is located near the Champs-Élysées in the 8th arrondissement of Paris, the name Élysée deriving from Elysian Fields, the place of the blessed dead in Greek mythology.Important foreign visitors are hosted at the nearby Hôtel de Marigny, a palatial residence.HistoryThe architect Armand-Claude Molet possessed a property fronting on the road to the village of Roule, west of Paris (now the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré), and backing onto royal property, the Grand Cours through the Champs-Élysées. He sold this in 1718 to Louis Henri de La Tour d'Auvergne, Count of Évreux (families: Dukes and Princes of Bouillon and Sedan: La Marck | von der Marck), with the agreement that Mollet would construct an hôtel particulier for the count, fronted by an entrance court and backed by a garden. The Hôtel d'Évreux was finished and decorated by 1722, and though it has undergone many modifications since, it remains a fine example of the French classical style. At the time of his death in 1753, Évreux was the owner of one of the most widely admired houses in Paris, and it was bought by King Louis XV as a residence for the Marquise de Pompadour, his mistress. Opponents showed their distaste for the regime by hanging signs on the gates that read: "Home of the King's whore". After her death, it reverted to the crown.

Pont du Carrousel
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Pont du Carrousel
Paris, 75001

The Pont du Carrousel is a bridge in Paris, which spans the River Seine between the Quai des Tuileries and the Quai Voltaire.HistoryBegun in 1831 in the prolongation of the rue des Saints-Pères on the Left Bank, the original bridge was known under that name until its inauguration, in 1834, when king Louis-Philippe named it Pont du Carrousel, because it opened on the Right Bank river frontage of the Palais du Louvre near the Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel in front of the Tuileries.The bridge's architect, Antoine-Rémy Polonceau, succeeded in a design that was innovative in several aspects. For one thing, the new structure was an arch bridge, during a period when most bridge construction had turned to suspension bridges; the necessary towers and cables would have been considered unacceptable additions to the Parisian scenery. The structure combined the relatively new material of cast iron with timber. Its graduated cast-iron circular supports were quickly dubbed "napkin rings" (ronds de serviette). At each corner of the bridge were erected classic style stone allegorical sculptures by Louis Petitot, which remain in situ. They represent Industry, Abundance, The City of Paris and The Seine.

Ecole Internationale TUNON PARIS
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164, rue du Faubourg Saint Honoré
Paris, 75008

01 43 59 80 00

Lovelock Bridge Paris
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Pont des Arts
Paris,

Assemblée Nationale
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7,Rue Andre Antoine
Paris, 75007

06 16 54 19 99

Assemblée Nationale is a station on Line 12 of the Paris Métro in the 7th arrondissement, named after the nearby French National Assembly.The station opened on 5 November 1910 as part of the original section of the Nord-Sud Company's line A between Porte de Versailles and Notre-Dame-de-Lorette. On 27 March 1931 line A became line 12 of the Métro. It was called Chambre des Députés ("Chamber of Deputies", the former name of the French National Assembly) until 1989.

Air France Invalides
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2 rue Esnault Pelterie
Paris, 75007

The Travellers
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25 Avenue des Champs-Élysées
Paris, 75008

01 43 59 75 00

Cityrama Tours
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2 Rue des Pyramides, 75001 Paris
Paris, 75001

Paris Luxury Shuttle
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102 avenue des champs Elysées
Paris, 75008

0667933418

Bridgestreet Opera
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5 Rue De Stockholm
Paris, 75008

01 42 94 13 13

Hôtel de Lassay
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128 Rue de l'Université
Paris, 75007

O Hôtel de Lassay é um palácio urbano de Paris situado na Rue de l'Université (Rua da Universidade), no 7º arrondissement da capital francesa. Actualmente serve de residência oficial ao presidente da Assembleia Nacional, a qual está instalada no vizinho Palais Bourbon.HistóriaA existência do Hôtel de Lassay deve-se a Armand de Madaillan, Marquês de Lassay (1652-1738), amigo, conselheiro e amante de Louise Françoise de Bourbon, Duquesa de Bourbon (1673-1743). Madaillan encomendou, em 1722, o projecto de um hôtel particulier a um italiano chamado Giardini, o qual morreu no mesmo ano. Giardini foi substituído por Pierre Cailleteau, apelidado de "Lassurance", falecido em 1724, e depois por Jean Aubert e Jacques V Gabriel. Acredita-se, actualmente, que foi Aubert o principal autor do palácio, assim como do adjacente Palais Bourbon e do Hôtel Biron (actual Museu Rodin).A construção desenvolveu-se entre 1726 e 1730. O palácio, situado entre a Rue de l'Université e o Sena, foi executado à italiana, ou seja, com um primeiro andar coberto por um tecto plano.

Air France Expo
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3 avenue du Général Eisenhower
Paris,

Local Business Near Grande Roue Des Champs Elysées.

Place de la concorde
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place de la concorde
Paris, France 75008

La place de la Concorde est une grande place située au pied de l'avenue des Champs-Élysées dans le 8e arrondissement à Paris, en France. Le nom aurait été choisi par le Directoire pour marquer la réconciliation des Français après les excès de la Terreur.

La Grande Roue - Place De La Condorde - Paris -France
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place de la Concorde
Paris, France 75008

+33 1 44 90 75 08

Fontaines de la Concorde
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Place de la Concorde
Paris, France 75008

The Fontaines de la Concorde are two monumental fountains located in the Place de la Concorde in the center of Paris. They were designed by Jacques Ignace Hittorff, and completed in 1840 during the reign of King Louis-Philippe. The south fountain commemorates the maritime commerce and industry of France, and the north fountain commemorates navigation and commerce on the rivers of France.HistoryBefore the French Revolution, during the period 1753–1772, when the square was called Place Louis XV, the architect Jacques-Ange Gabriel designed a plan for a monumental statue of Louis XV with two fountains, but because of a lack of sufficient water, it was never carried out. Gabriel did complete the building of the Ministry of the Navy overlooking the square - its presence later influenced the choice of themes for the Fontaines de la Concorde.During the French Revolution, the square was renamed Place de la Revolution, the guillotine was placed there, and King Louis XVI and thousands of others were beheaded near the site of the present fountains. In 1795, after the Reign of Terror ended, the square was renamed the Place de la Concorde. After the restoration of the Monarchy in 1816 the square was renamed in the Memory of King Louis XVI.The completion of the Canal de l'Ourcq in 1824, bringing water from outside the city to the Center of Paris, made it possible to build new fountains in the Place de la Concorde. In 1829, during the rule of King Charles X, the city sponsored a competition for a new plan for the square, which was to include no less than four fountains. One of the entrants in the competition was Jacques Ignace Hittorff, a German by birth, who had previously designed decorations for festivals, funerals, and the 1825 coronation of Charles X. The plan of Hittorff featured four fountains in four quadrants surrounding an equestrian statue of Louis XVI. His plan was not selected.

Fontaines de la Concorde
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Place de la Concorde
Paris, France 75008

La Fuentes de la Concordia son dos fuentes monumentales situadas en la Plaza de la Concordia en el centro de París en Francia. Fueron diseñadas por Jacques Ignace Hittorff, y completadas en 1840 durante el reinado del rey Louis-Philippe. La fuente sur conmemora el comercio marítimo y la industria de Francia, y la fuente al norte conmemora la navegación y el comercio en los ríos de Francia.Antes de la Revolución Francesa, durante el período 1753-1772, cuando la plaza se llamaba plaza de Luis XV, el arquitecto Jacques-Ange Gabriel diseñó un plan para una monumental estatua de Luis XV con dos fuentes, pero debido a la falta de agua, nunca se llevó a cabo. Gabriel hizo terminar el edificio de la Secretaría de Marina con vistas a la plaza - su presencia más tarde influyó en la elección de los temas para las Fontaines de la Concorde.Véase tambiénFuente (arquitectura)Monumento

Ruota Panoramica Parigi
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Rue de Rivoli
Paris, France 75008

Hôtel De La Marine, Place De La Concorde
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Place De La Concorde
Paris, France

Concorde
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Métro - Concorde
Bezons, France 75008

Concorde is een station van de metro in Parijs langs de metrolijnen1, 8 en 12 in het 1ste en 8ste arrondissement.

Concorde (Paris Métro)
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Place de la Concorde
Paris, France 75008

Concorde is a station on lines 1, 8 and 12 of the Paris Métro in the Place de la Concorde in central Paris and the 1st arrondissement.The station was opened on 13 August 1900, almost a month after trains began running on the original section of line 1 between Porte de Vincennes and Porte Maillot on 19 July 1900. The line 12 platforms were opened on 5 November 1910 as part of the first section of the Nord-Sud Company's line C from Porte de Versailles to Notre-Dame-de-Lorette. This line was taken over by the Compagnie du chemin de fer métropolitain de Paris and was renamed line 12 on 27 March 1931. The line 8 platforms were opened on 12 March 1914 on the first section of the line from Beaugrenelle (now Charles Michels on line 10) to Opéra; this line had been opened on 13 July 1913, although the platforms at Concorde and Invalides were not yet finished.

Cleopatra's Needle, Paris
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Place De La Concorde
Paris, France

ACF - Automobile Club De France
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6 place de la Concorde
Paris, France 75008

01 43 12 43 12

État-Major de la Marine nationale
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2,rue Royale, Paris 8è
Paris, France 75008

Hôtel de Crillon
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10 place de la Concorde
Paris, France 75008

01 44 71 15 01

The Hôtel de Crillon in Paris is a historic luxury hotel that opened in 1909 — in a building dating to 1758. Located at the foot of the Champs-Élysées, the Crillon along with the Hotel de la Marine is one of two identical stone palaces on the Place de la Concorde. With 103 guest rooms and 44 suites, the facility also features three restaurants, a bar, outdoor terrace, gym and health club on the premises., the Crillon is closed for renovation, scheduled to reopen in 2016.HistoryThe building that is now the hotel was constructed in 1758 after King Louis XV commissioned the architect Ange-Jacques Gabriel to build two palaces in what would become the Place de la Concorde. The two identical buildings, separated by the rue Royale, were initially designed to be government offices of the French state. The eastern building remains to this day the headquarters of the French Navy, the Royale. The northern building that would become the Hôtel de Crillon was first occupied by Louis Marie Augustin, Duke of Aurmont, a famous patron of the French Arts. The building was further enhanced by its second owner, the architect Louis-François Trouard, who had the Salon de Aigles built in 1775.On 6 February 1778, the building was used as the venue for the official signing of the first treaties between the newly founded United States and France. Americans Benjamin Franklin, Silas Deane and Arthur Lee met French diplomat Conrad Alexandre Gérard de Rayneval to conclude the French-American treaty that recognised the Declaration of Independence of the United States and a trade agreement.

Fontaine des Fleuves
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10 Place de la Concorde
Paris, France 75008

bizarre Love Triangle
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Place de la Concorde
Paris, France 75008

Musée de l'Orangerie
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Jardin des Tuileries, 75001 Paris
Paris, France 75001

01 44 77 80 07

The Musée de l'Orangerie is an art gallery of impressionist and post-impressionist paintings located in the west corner of the Tuileries Gardens next to the Place de la Concorde in Paris. Though most famous for being the permanent home for eight Water Lilies murals by Claude Monet, the museum also contains works by Paul Cézanne, Henri Matisse, Amedeo Modigliani, Pablo Picasso, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Henri Rousseau, Alfred Sisley, Chaim Soutine, and Maurice Utrillo, among others.LocationThe gallery is on the bank of the Seine in the old orangery of the Tuileries Palace on the Place de la Concorde near the Concorde metro station.HistoryAccording to the museum's website, the Orangerie was originally built in 1852 by the architect Firmin Bourgeois and completed by his successor, Ludovico Visconti, to shelter the orange trees of the garden of the Tuileries. Used by the Third Republic in the nineteenth century as deposit for goods, an examination room, and place of lodging for mobilized soldiers, it also served to house sporting, musical, and patriotic events. Additionally, it was a place to display exhibitions of industry, animals, plants, as well as rare displays of painting.

24h de Vélib'
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Avenue des Champs-Elysées
Paris, France

Ambassade des U.S.A
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8 Avenue Gabriel
Paris, France 75008

Patinoire Champs-Élysées
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Avenue des Champs-Élysées
Paris, France 75008

Erik Schaix
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6, rue Saint Flotentin
Paris, France

Rue Royale
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Rue Royale
Paris, France 75008