Landmarks and places to see in Paris
The Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris is located at the top of the Montmartre hill, in the 18th district of Paris. This is a religious building and one of the head highlight of Paris. The construction construction was completed in 1914. Its location at an altitude of 130 m near one of the highest points in Paris, and its dome which rises to 83 m, make it visible from far away. With nearly eleven million pilgrims and visitors per year, it is the second most visited religious monument in Paris.
Stade Roland Garros
Roland-Garros stadium is a tennis court built in 1927 and located west of Paris at the Molitor gate, on the edge of the Bois de Boulogne. On a total of 17 courts, every year, it hosts the French Tennis Open Tournament also known as Roland-Garros. The name of the stadium was chosen in homage to the aviation pioneer Roland Garros, who died in an WW1 air battle.
Place De La République
The Place de la République is a square in Paris is situated between the 3rd, 10th and 11th Paris district. The square has an area of 3.4 ha (8.4 acres). The statue of Marianne, known as a symbol of the personification of France is centrally located. The Métro station of République is next to the square.
Notre Dame De Paris
Notre-Dame de Paris Cathedral is one of the most popular and symbolic monuments in the world. Dedicated to the Virgin Mary, it was for many centuries among the leading cathedrals in size. Its construction started in 1163 and took more than two centuries. A religious and heritage building, it is linked to many episodes in the history of France. Among many, Victor Hugo's novel Notre-Dame de Paris is the most famous artistic work inspired by the cathedral. Nowadays, Notre-Dame is yearly visited by 13 to 14 million people that makes it the most visited monument in Europe.
The Louvre is a world known Parisian royal palace, which houses several institutions: A museum with the same name where Monna Lisa painting is on permanent display, the Louvre School, the Museum of Decorative Arts, the Library of Decorative Arts. Its name is used in several other sites or institutions.
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