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The two pavillions were built in 1784 to 1787 by the French architect Claude-Nicolas Ledoux.
The two pavillions were built in 1784 to 1787 by the French architect Claude-Nicolas Ledoux. who erected many similar toll houses at the entrances to the city.
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Experience the glitz and glamour of Parisian cabaret and burlesque at the legendary Lido
The Champs-Élysées is one of the most famous boulevards in the world, stretching for 1
Arc de Triomphe, the iconic triumphal arch, forms the focus of the main east-west road axis of Paris, running between the Louvre and the Grande Arche de la Défense in the west
For an interesting take on Paris, check out the underground sewers of Paris
The Bateaux Mouches open excursion boats show you Paris in style, as you cruise on the Seine
Opened in 2006, this is the newest and the most modern of Paris' great museums, housing an outstanding collection of tribal art, with a particular emphasis on France's former (and present) territories in Oceania and Africa
Private collection of French, Italian, Dutch masterpieces in a typical XIXth century mansion
This museum represents some key contemporary and emering artists such as Jean Pierre Raynaud, Eva and Adele and Jeff Koons
An impressive museum wtih a classic interior