The city of love and lovers brings millions of annual visitors to the most visited capital of the world
That is quite something, yes?
The best part is that besides the famous Eiffel Tower, there are plenty of buildings which serve the purpose of a rich heritage.
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Here are the following famous old buildings:
At one point in history, people thought that Rue Volta was the oldest house in the whole world. Initially, people thought that it was a historic masterpiece of the 14th century but researchers in the 70s claimed that the house is a replica of medieval architecture and was built in the 17th century.
Yet, the house has remained for 4 centuries and it is a sight to sour eyes for travel enthusiasts. Book a cab with a good taxi company Paris and start your adventure today.
The civil engineering masterpiece was started in 1163 and took over 100 years to complete. Having a proud height of 69 meters, the magnanimous cathedral has 20 bells
The cathedral was completed in 1345 and has been a site of numerous important historic activities including the wedding of King Henry IV and Marguerite de Valois and the crowning of Napoleon I as the ‘emperor of France’ in 1804.
The name ‘Notre Dame de Paris’ translates to ‘Our Lady of Paris’ because the Bishop of Paris (Maurice de Sully in 1160) wanted to honor Mary.
If you want a royal visit, try exploring La Conciergerie. The place has the honor of being the oldest part of ‘Palais de la Cite’ and the coolest part is that the building was made in the 13th century.
The site has been a royal residence, a courthouse and a prison and it was reportedly, the last known home of famous of the last Queen of France before the French Revolution took place ‘Marie Antoinette’
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Founded in 1257, La Sorbonne is one of the oldest universities of the world. When it was first established, the university exclusively taught theology. Inside medieval ages, the schools were entirely dedicated to monks and people associated with Catholic Church.
The first printing press of France was established in 1469, inside the university with the help of King Louise XI’s librarian (Guillaume Fichet).
The university can be found in student district, also known as ‘Latin Quarter of 5th arrondissement’. Popular alumni include Balzac and Pope Alexander V.
Remember the first part of Harry Potter where there is a reference to Nicholas Flamel? It turns out the famous alchemist lived with his wife, Pernelle in this place.
Located in Marais district, it is a must visiting sight. Today the ground floor operates as a restaurant, by the name of ‘Auberge Nicholas Flamel’.