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There’s a fantastic selection of Historic Sites in Paris and you can plan some great things to see on your trips by browsing our selection.
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The Arc de Triomphe is an iconic Parisian landmark built in the 19th century to commemorate those who fought for France.
Arenes de Lutece was an ancient Roman amphitheatre, the remains of which stand in Paris.
The Avenue des Champs Elysees is a famous Parisian route dating back to the seventeenth century.
The Basilica of St Denis was the site where French monarchs were buried until the French Revolution.
Chateau de Malmaison is a country house near Paris which was once the home of Napoleon Bonaparte.
The Crypte Archeologique is a subterranean museum housing the remains of Gallo-Roman Paris.
La Conciergerie in Paris is a former palace turned prison which now serves as a museum and government building.
Les Invalides was originally built by Louis XIV as a hospital for ailing soldiers and is where Napoleon was laid to rest.
Musee d’Art et d’Histoire du Judaisme explores the history of France’s Jewish community.
Musee de Cluny houses Ancient Roman baths and the national medieval museum in Paris.
Musee du Louvre is a twelfth century fort turned palace and today stands as one of the world’s foremost art museums.
Notre Dame Cathedral is a gothic cathedral originally built in the 12th century in Paris.
The Palace of Versailes was the residence of King Louis XIV and former seat of the French Government.
The Palais de Justice is the main courthouse in Paris and which served as the court of the Revolutionary Tribunal.
Père Lachaise Cemetery is the resting place of many of famous figures of French and other nationalities.
Place de la Concorde was where King Louis XVI and many others were executed during the French Revolution.
The remains of the Bastille prison can be viewed at Square Henri Galli in Paris.
Saint-Sulpice Church is a large eighteenth century church in Paris.
Sainte Chapelle is a stunning 13th Century gothic church and home to the oldest wall painting in Paris.
The Bastille was a prison stormed in 1789, sparking the French Revolution. It was later destroyed and its location is now marked by a monument.
The Paris Catacombs are underground quarries housing approximately six million human skeletons dating back to the 18th century.
The Eiffel Tower in Paris is a giant iron monument completed in 1889 and one of the world’s most iconic landmarks.
The Pantheon in Paris is a neo-classical church which was completed in 1789. Its crypt interns many famous French figures.