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Rådhus
“Since 1357, the Paris City Hall has been the seat of the Paris municipality. The current building, in neo-renaissance style, was rebuilt by the architects Théodore Ballu and Edouard Deperthes on the site of the old Hôtel de Ville, burnt down during the Paris Commune in 1871. It is possible to visit the Town Hall, place of power and prestige. Guided tours, by reservation, are organized by the Protocol Service. The visitor discovers in particular the Salle des Fêtes, designed as a replica of the Hall of Mirrors at Versailles. Large free exhibitions are also organized and are very successful.”
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Museum
“Some parts of the building are free to access, including the rooftop, with a great view. The restaurant is expensive.”
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Rådhus
“The Hôtel de Ville in Paris, France, is the building housing the city's local administration, standing on the place de l'Hôtel-de-Ville in the 4th arrondissement. The south wing was originally constructed by François I beginning in 1535 until 1551.”
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Library
“Pretend that you're a student of La Sorbonne, climb the stairs, and enjoy :)”
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Tinghus
“Palais De Justice contains the ancient structure of the Conciergerie, a former prison, now a museum, where Marie Antoinette was imprisoned before being executed on the guillotine.”
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College Library
“un des rares vestiges de l’habitation civile du Moyen- Age à Paris, l’un des plus beaux hôtels particuliers de la ville. Aux origines du Marais.”
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Rådhus
“On your walk through the Rue de Rivoli, you will see on the left side this nice Hotel de Ville. Often there are expositions of some kind of art, photographs etc for free. ”
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College Library
“The Sorbonne’s magnificent library is featured in Martin Scorsese’s film Hugo, which I love for its wonderful homage to the cinema and to the pioneering director Georges Méliès. The gorgeous, vaulted-ceiling reading room is where Hugo discovers that Méliès invented special effects. The library is one of the oldest in Europe and was one of the first buildings to mix metal and stone in the early 19th century. It was quite revolutionary.”
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Gym
“If you want to try out a dance class, here's the place to go. A 15-20 minute walk.”
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High School
“Illustre Lycée de Paris comprenant son cloitre, sa chapelle et sa tour.Une cité du savoir à ne pas manquer derrière le Panthéon et la rue Mouffetard”
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Doctor
“If you wanna stay fit and go for a swim, right around the corner and cheap public pool”
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Rådhus
“Free. Amazing collection. Communicates with the side building, with a rich collection on the French Revolution and Marie-Antoinette.”
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Pharmacy
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Pharmacy
“The Île Saint-Louis, one of two natural islands in the Seine river with the île de la Cité, is connected to the rest of Paris by four bridges to both banks of the river.”
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Yoga-studio
“The founder, Caroline Boulinguez, is a pioneer of ashtanga yoga. She trains excellent teachers to share this passion with their students. The studio is small and simple, but it fills up with devoted ashtanga practitioners. The teachers don’t cover the basics, so if you are a beginner, this probably isn’t the place for you. There is no changing room. Modest yogis should put on their leggings before arriving.”
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