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Paris 2008

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Paris in 2 days

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Paris 2008

  1. 1. Paris ..in 2 days
  2. 2. Paris Briges Pont Alexandre III (inaugurated in 1900 for the ‘Universal Exhibition’)
  3. 3. Paris Briges Pont Alexandre III
  4. 4. Paris Briges Pont Alexandre III Pont au Change (1860)
  5. 5. Paris Briges Pont Notre-Dame (1919) Pont d’Arcole (1854)
  6. 6. Paris Cathedrale Notre-Dame
  7. 7. Paris Cathedrale Notre-Dame
  8. 8. Paris Cathedrale Notre-Dame
  9. 9. Paris Cathedrale Notre-Dame
  10. 10. Paris L’Hotel de Ville
  11. 11. Paris L’Hotel de Ville
  12. 12. Paris L’Hotel de Ville
  13. 13. Paris Petit Palais (Museum of Fine Arts)
  14. 14. Paris Petit Palais (Museum of Fine Arts)
  15. 15. …more stone details Paris
  16. 16. Paris …more stone details
  17. 17. Paris Les Champs-Elysees
  18. 18. Paris Les Champs-Elysees
  19. 19. Paris Les Champs-Elysees
  20. 20. Paris Les Champs-Elysees
  21. 21. Paris Jardin du Luxembourg
  22. 22. Paris Jardin du Luxembourg People and Statues
  23. 23. Paris Jardin du Luxembourg Policeman watching people
  24. 24. Paris Jardin du Luxembourg People watching statue
  25. 25. Paris Le Louvre Cour Carree
  26. 26. Paris Le Louvre Cour Carree
  27. 27. Paris Le Louvre Cour Carree
  28. 28. Paris Le Louvre Window Detail
  29. 29. Paris Le Louvre Column Details
  30. 30. Paris Le Louvre Window Detail
  31. 31. Paris Le Louvre
  32. 32. Paris Le Louvre
  33. 33. Paris Le Louvre
  34. 34. Paris Le Louvre
  35. 35. Paris Le Louvre
  36. 36. Paris Le Louvre Egyptian Antiquities
  37. 37. Egyptian Antiquities Sphinxes (around 300 BC) Saqqara, Serapeum Amenophis IV (1353-37 BC) Temple of Karnak, Luxor Paris Le Louvre
  38. 38. Paris Le Louvre Egyptian Antiquities Stele of Lady Taperet, 10th or 9th century BC Ra, the the falcon-headed god of the Sun is shooting rays of flowers at the deceased Lady Taperet
  39. 39. Paris Le Louvre Egyptian Mummies
  40. 40. Paris Le Louvre Egyptian Mummies
  41. 41. Paris Le Louvre Egyptian Mummies
  42. 42. Paris Le Louvre Superstar girls Venus de Milo (130 - 100 BC) Winged Victory (Nike) of Samothrace, (220-190BC)
  43. 43. Paris Le Louvre Dying-Slave By Michelangelo Psyche Revived by Cupid's Kiss by Antonio Canova (1787)
  44. 44. Paris Le Louvre Venus and the 3Graces Offering Gifts to a Maiden, Botticelli 1483
  45. 45. Paris Le Louvre The Wedding Feast at Cana, 1563 by Veronese
  46. 46. Paris Le Louvre Madonna of the Rock , da Vinci, 1483
  47. 47. Paris Centre G. Pompidou
  48. 48. Paris Les Bouquinistes
  49. 49. Paris Les Bouquinistes
  50. 50. Paris Les Bouquinistes
  51. 51. Paris People People walking People drinking
  52. 52. Paris …more people People singing for the tourists
  53. 53. Paris and more.. People drawing people
  54. 54. Paris People sitting People sleeping
  55. 55. Paris Bird feeding at Notre Dame Reading near Le Louvre Shopping near Le Centre G. Pompidou
  56. 56. 150,000 daily workers 37.7 million sq ft of office space Paris -La Défense Europe's largest business district. CNIT (Exhibition Centre) 1958, 1989 Tour Areva, 1974 Cœur Défense, 2001 Grande Arche de la Défense, 1989
  57. 57. 18 residential ‘cheap’ rental towers in adjacent Nanterre, built in the 1970’s and almost demolished in 2005 because they are too expensive to maintain. Paris -La Défense Exterior concrete covered by small ceramic tiles Round and tear shaped windows
  58. 58. Hotel Ibis Paris -La Défense Tour Dexia, 2005
  59. 59. Paris -La Défense Decorated towers
  60. 60. Paris La Défense Planter Details
  61. 61. Paris -La Défense Tour Gan, 1974Cœur Défense, 2001
  62. 62. Paris -La Défense Grande Arche de la Défense, 1989 Otto Von Spreckelsen
  63. 63. Paris -La Défense Grande Arche de la Défense
  64. 64. Paris -La Défense Clouds of Grande Arche de la Défense, 1989
  65. 65. Paris -La Défense People sitting
  66. 66. Paris -La Défense Tour EDF, 2001
  67. 67. Tour Total ,1985 •tallest skyscraper in La Défense •623 ft, 48 floors Paris -La Défense Calder
  68. 68. Paris -La Défense Centre Commercial Les Quatre Temps, 1981
  69. 69. Paris -La Défense
  70. 70. Paris -La Défense Tour SFR, 1990 “Le pouce” (the thumb), 1965 -by César Baldaccini. 12-meter high. 
  71. 71. Paris -La Défense Tours Société Générale, 1995 Tour Arcelor, 1992
  72. 72. Paris -La Défense
  73. 73. Paris -La Défense
  74. 74. Paris -La Défense
  75. 75. Paris -La Défense Joan Miro
  76. 76. Paris -La Défense La Signal Jean Nouvel won a design competition to revitalize La Défense, edging out Foster + Partners, Daniel Libeskind and others The 71-storey building will be divided into four sections, with huge atriums facing different directions. The Future
  77. 77. Paris -La Défense La Signal
  78. 78. Goodbye Paris

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