All of us from the EUtouring Team watched as the Notre Dame was on fire, speechless to what to say or think, on such an iconic and beautiful place being ablaze.
We are all very glad to hear that the location is now under control, with plans to bring it up to it’s former state and rebuild what has been lost.
A big thanks to the firefighters, those who risked their lives to recover the artworks, crown of thorns and other artifacts within the cathedral, and we wish a speedy recovery to the fire fighter that was injured.
– EUtouring Team
A view down a street of Paris and to the Place du Pantheon – a true feeling of Parisian architecture all around
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This detailed sculpture named Nymphes de la Seine is made to represent France and can be found on the side of the Pont Alexandre III.
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On the outskirts of the city lies Parc de la Villette, where you can have a lovely walk alongside the waters edge, or to relax on the lovely areas the park offers.
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This impressive statue, named La France de Louis XIV, sits against a 17 meter tall column of the Pont Alexandre III, with elegant details to gaze up at.
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Even within Paris, you can find other countries find their way in, such as this Australian themed restaurant; Cafe Oz at Place Denfert-Rochereau.
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The longer you look at the elegant candelabras on the Pont Alexandre III, the more intricate details you can find.
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