France travel guide


France Travel Guide

Monuments of France

Sightseeing in France is like plunging into ancient history: remains of the old Roman Lutetia, grand medieval abbeys, gothic masterpieces, classical architecture, collections from Napoleonic times.

Monuments in France by destinations:

 1  Monuments of Avignon
 2  Monuments of Bordeaux
 3  Monuments of Cannes
 4  Monuments of Dijon
 5  Monuments of Lyon
 6  Monuments of Marseille
 7  Monuments of Nice
 8  Monuments of Paris
 9  Monuments of Strasbourg
 10  Monuments of Toulouse
 11  Monuments of Nimes
 12  Monuments of Saint Tropez

An exceptional density of artistic and cultural valuables to choose from at each visit! many museums and monuments for your delectation: discover internationally-renowned collections of sculpture, decorative and painting arts, go in search of iconic emblems, symbols of the influence of an era, take inspiration from a wealth of contemporary heritage – all this makes France a country of the arts, both present and past.

Some Important monuments of France:

Cathédrale Notre Dame de Paris
Cathédrale de Notre Dame de Paris (Our Lady of Paris, in English) is one of the most important Cathedrals in France and one of the most popular Cathedrals in the world. It reflects the born of Gothic Architecture style by being one of the first Cathedrals built under this style.
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The Eiffel Tower
Known as the most visited paid-monument worldwide it was once famous for being the tallest structure on the planet for 40 years until 1930 when the Chrysler Building in the United States was built.
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The Elysian Fields
The Champs-Elysées (The Elysian Fields), located in Paris is probably the world's most famous avenue, for all citizens because major events such as the military parade of July 14 and New Year’s Eve celebrations take place here...
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Arc de Triomphe
The Arc de Triomphe is one of the most spectacular monuments of Europe, that stands in the centre of Place Charles de Gaulle, also known as the Place de l'Etoile. Its construction was began in 1806...
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