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Built for 1889 world fair in only 2 years by the famous ingenieur Gustave Eiffel, the tour was the highest one of the world (324m or 1000 feet) until 1931 when the Empire State building was inaugurated. Today it is our national symbol and welcome about 8 millions visitors a year.
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The Louvre museum is one of the third biggest museums of the world. It used to be the French kings' royal residence for about 500 years. Today it boasts amoung many masterpieces, the famous highlights known as the 3 "Ladies of the Louvre" : Venus de Milo, Winged Victory of Samothrace and Mona Lisa.
Former railway station built for the 1900 world exhibition and closed in 1940. The building was turned into a museum opened to the public in 1986 and dedicated to the XIXth century art. Best impressionnist collections of the world inside.
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Parisiens think the river Seine is the most beautiful avenue of the capital. During one hour, follow the banks on a boat to discover beautiful views towards all the famous monuments and some of the 42 bridges.
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Come and enjoy a full day in Versailles domain which has been on Unesco's World Heritage List for 30 years. In the morning you will discover the King's Grand Apartments and its world famous Hall of Mirrors and the Le Notre French style gardens, both being a symbol of royal absolutism. In the afternoon we will visit the Grand Trianon (once Louis the XIVth summer house) and Marie-Antoinette's estate which includes the very charming Little Trianon and the picturesque Hamlet. Louis XVI gave the Queen the Petit Trianon in 1774 and that's where she found the heaven of privacy that enabled her to escape from the rigors of court.
Diploma of Licensed Tour Guide, Nanterre University
Diploma from a private Tourism school of Paris in History, Art and Litterature
Teacher at the Tunon international Tourism scholl.