Monday, 24 February 2014

Capital City of the Week – Paris

I almost didn't do Paris in this series – such a well known city!  But what the heck!  So I tried to find some lesser known features of the city.

This is the Pont Neuf – which means New Bridge but it is actually the oldest bridge in Paris.

You don't have to choose between the right and left bank of the Seine.  You can stay on the Ile St Louis right in the middle of the river.

This is the Pompidou Centre – it houses art galleries and a library.

Pere-Lachaise cemetery not only has the graves of Jim Morrison and Edith Piaf, but has Oscar Wilde, Chopin and Sarah Bernhardt as well to name but a few of the famous people buried there.

So where in the world is Paris?

Paris is the capital of:

As if you didn't know!

1 comment:

  1. I am so far behind in my reading, but I have to tell you how much I enjoy your Capital City posts. And, I always learn something new!


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