Paris<br />Thecity of love<br />
Location<br />Paris isthe capital of France. Located in thenorth of the country, borderedbytheriverSeine. Itispart of theR...
Eiffel Tower<br />The Eiffel Tower, (330 meters high ) is an iron structure designed by the French engineer Gustave Eiffel...
The Arc de Triomphe<br />. From “The Arch of Triumph” you can enjoy spectacular views towards the four cardinal points, bu...
FrenchFood<br />In France themost popular cheeseisCamembert, butthevariety of Frenchcheesesisverywide. Aspecialistwho guid...
Disneyland Paris is a recreation and vacation resort located in Marne-la-Vallée, <br />Thecomplexis32 miles fromdowntownPa...
Notre Dame de Paris alsoknown as Notre Dame Cathedral, is a Gothic, Catholiccathedralontheeasternhalf of theIle de la  Cit...
By: Mari Carmen Sánchez Crespo and Aniana González Jiménez  *<br />
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  1. 1. Paris<br />Thecity of love<br />
  2. 2. Location<br />Paris isthe capital of France. Located in thenorth of the country, borderedbytheriverSeine. Itispart of theRegionIle de France.<br />
  3. 3. Eiffel Tower<br />The Eiffel Tower, (330 meters high ) is an iron structure designed by the French engineer Gustave Eiffel. Located in the Champ de Mars at the river Seine, it is a symbol of France and its capital. It is usually the most visited monument in the world with 6,893,000 visitors in 2007. The Eiffel Tower was the highest structure in the world for over 40 years, until surpassed the Chrysler Building, New York, in 1930.It was built in two years and two months against the artists of the time, who saw it as an iron monster. Initially used for military testing with communications antennas, now it also serves a tourist attraction and as a broadcaster of radio and television.<br />
  4. 4. The Arc de Triomphe<br />. From “The Arch of Triumph” you can enjoy spectacular views towards the four cardinal points, but perhaps the most impressiveis the view to the east; you can see straight across the famous Champs Elysees to the Place de Concorde in the background.<br />
  5. 5. FrenchFood<br />In France themost popular cheeseisCamembert, butthevariety of Frenchcheesesisverywide. Aspecialistwho guides you in yourpurchasesiswhattheycallthefromager.<br />Nobody can denythetradition and prestige of Frenchwines.<br />Forwinelovers a tripto Paris iscompulsory.<br />
  6. 6. Disneyland Paris is a recreation and vacation resort located in Marne-la-Vallée, <br />Thecomplexis32 miles fromdowntownParis.<br />Disneyland Paris has twothemeparks, anentertainmentarea and sevenofficial Disney hotels. <br />It has operatedsinceApril 12, 1992, itwasthesecond Disney resort to open outsidetheUnitedStates, and thefirstowned and operatedby Disney. <br /> 14.5 millionvisitors in 2007.<br />Disneyland Paris<br />
  7. 7. Notre Dame de Paris alsoknown as Notre Dame Cathedral, is a Gothic, Catholiccathedralontheeasternhalf of theIle de la Cité <br />Itisthechurchthatcontainsthe Cathedra (officialchair), of theArchbishop of Paris, currently André Ving-Trois. <br />Thecathedraltreasuryhouses a reliquarywiththepurportedCrown of Thorns<br />NotreDame<br />
  8. 8. By: Mari Carmen Sánchez Crespo and Aniana González Jiménez *<br />

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