Famous monuments

The places you gonna see, riding our Vespas.

L’Arc de Triomphe : built between 1806 and 1836, was a request of Napoleon after the battle of Austerlitz. The project decided, it must find a form. Before becoming an arch of the Triumph, Napoleon hesitated with
a giant Elephant whose interior would be a museum of Glory of itself! Fortunately he decided otherwise.

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Eiffel Tower: The bi giron lady is 324 meters high.It was built for the World Fair of 1889. It becomes the emblem of Paris.

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The Louvre Museum: is the biggest museum of art and antiques in the world, located in the center of Paris in the Louvre. Its exhibition area is 72,735 m26. The Louvre pyramid has 673 plates and not 666 glass plates as rumors say.

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Madeleine Chruch: During construction, the monument changed several times of function: national assembly, stock exchange, national library … Napoleon decided to make a temple of Glory. The church, as we see it today, is in the form of a temple entirely surrounded by Corinthian columns, 108 meters long, 43 meters wide, 30 meters high.

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Concorde: Well before being the Place de la Concorde with the obelisk in the center. The place was the place where people were guillotined, Louis XVI, or Marie Antoinette among others! The place was called at that time the Revolution Square.

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Opera: In 1858, Napoleon II survived an assassination attempt that left eight dead and 200 wounded. So he quickly decided to build a new, safer opera, with architecture and sets that would impress the world. It
is Charles Garnier who is selected for the design of the Opera, which will take 17 years to finish the construction.

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Pont des Arts: This is the first metal bridge in Paris. It connects the Institut de France and the Louvre Palace. It is also called the lovers’ bridge.

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