Taken from under the Arc de Triomphe, this is the pattern on the arch as you look directly up.
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This is a bit more of a difficult one this week but can be found on one of the famous tourist attractions of Paris – where do you think this is? Come back on Monday for the answer and full photo!
An alternate view of the exhibition named Trompe l’oeil, that was placed upon the Louvre Pyramid to make it “disappear” when looking from the right position.
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This statue of Apollo, the God of Music was created in 1714, by artist Nicolas Coustou, now found within the Tuileries Gardens.
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The iconic Q boat that featured within The World Is Not Enough, that was part of the James Bond exhibition
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Looking down alongside the Canal de l’Ourcq, offering great views while walking along or taking a break.
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The answer to our Sunday Teaser – Found on the Notre Dame de Paris, this is a gargoyle – normally going unnoticed by visitors – created as both decoration and to serve a useful purpose.
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