The beauties of Paris, of course, stand apart and this city is a must-see. There are places here that must be visited 100%.
The Eiffel Tower is the main symbol of Paris and all of France. Named by the name of the creator. It was erected in 1899 to be used as an entrance arch to the World's Fair. Subsequently, the construction was planned to be disassembled, but the attraction stuck. Anyone can visit the tower. In the evenings, when the backlight turns on on it, it is especially magical.
At one time, Napoleon personally gave the order to build the Arc de Triomphe: this is how the emperor was going to perpetuate the victories of his "Great Army". The arch was completed in 1836. Currently, the square where it is installed is named after Charles de Gaulle. The design of the arch consists of many small details, and after the First World War, the tomb of the unknown soldier and the eternal flame appeared under its arches.
The Musée d'Orsay is located in the former building of the Paris station. At first, the station was closed, and the premises were mothballed, later it was reconstructed. One of the world's most impressive collections of fine art became available for inspection in 1986. The exhibits are distributed according to the levels and halls, taking into account the style and chronology, and paintings of the Impressionists and Post-Impressionists prevail in its funds.
What is the most popular museum in the world? Of course - the Louvre. Its glass pyramid is one of the symbols of the French capital. The Louvre collection includes paintings, decorations, sculptures and figurines, frescoes and furniture. The number of masterpieces in the collection is countless, but one of the main exhibits is still considered - "Mona Lisa" by Leonardo da Vinci.