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The most beautiful cultural places of the Capital

L’Opéra de Paris

 The Opéra de Paris is a French public industrial and commercial institution under the Ministry of Culture. It has two rooms : the Palais Garnier (home of the Ballet de l’ Opera National de Paris ) and the Opera Bastille.

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La Galerie Nationale du Jeu de Paume

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The National Gallery of Jeu de Paume is a contemporary art exhibition space and photography located in the Tuileries Garden , at the western end of the Terrace of the Feuillants , Place de la Concorde.


Le Parc des Tuileries

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The Tuileries Park is a public park constitutes the largest and oldest French garden in the capital and which was once one of the Tuileries Palace , a former royal and imperial residence, now disappeared. The Tuileries Garden is listed as a historic monument since 1914 .


Le Palais Royal

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The Royal Palace is originally a historic palace which was an urban deputy , in the 1st arrondissement of Paris , north of the Louvre .


Le Palais de la Découverte

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The Palais de la Découverte offers experiments and scientific demonstrations . Since 2009, the palace has merged with the Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie in a public corporation named Universcience .


Le Théâtre de l’Olympia

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The Olympia Theatre is a theater located at 28 , boulevard des Capucines , in the ninth arrondissement of Paris . It is the oldest music hall in Paris still active.


Place de la Concorde

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Place de la Concorde, very famous Parisian place , is located at the foot of the Champs -Elysées . This monumental complex is the most important creation of the Enlightenment in the capital


Le Grand Palais

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 The Grand Palais is a famous Parisian monument located along the Champs -Elysées , opposite the Petit Palais, in the 8th district . It houses regular exhibitions and prestigious exhibitions.


Le Louvre

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 Heir of the Enlightenment and the French Revolution , the Louvre has quickly established itself as the ” museum of museums ” , an institution that has not ceased to be a model and reference.