What is Paris? You may say: a touristic mecca, cultural heart of Europe, fantastic architecture… Maybe. But believe us, first of all Paris is the freedom of spirit, mood which you have to feel and plug into it keeping good company!
Louvre, Eiffel Tower, Champs-Elysees, Les Invalides and others of that ilk – that’s fine, but you need something more to make the picture complete.
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Modern world is difficult to imagine without automobiles. Trucks, passenger cars, sedans, sport-cars, heavy tippers… Each of them has its unique qualities and ways of use, however, practically every one has a common trait, license plate or numberplate, call it as you wish, the sense is the same.
Live and learn – it’s never late… Every schoolchild knows about close relation between France and England. The countries were at war (one against another and together against a common enemy), traded with each other, shared their cultural traditions, etc. However, the French language (Norman, if to be more correct) had been an official language of England for a period of three centuries (!!!) Just imagine! Shock?!
Tourist season is approaching and Parisian cafes and restaurants are glad to receive thousands of guests at their famous terraces. Wine, cider, cheese, ratatouille, mussels… all this stuff you can order in any of them. However, morning in Paris without coffee is not the morning in Paris!
Probably, some of us imagine the famous French Emperor Napoleon as a small and short man standing on a special pedestal and watching the battle field. No wonder, because it was considered for a long time that Bonaparte had a height of 157 centimetres.
However, according to the information, found in memoirs of Emperor’s valet (he definitely had to know it about the sovereign), the height of Napoleon was “5 pied 2 pouce and 3 lines” – 169 centimetres in current calculation. And that’s a different story, so long as it was height above the average European men of that time.
It is well known to everyone that Paris is one of the most visited tourist city in the world. And you can imagine our astonishment when we saw photos, set by Genaro Bardy, on which the author had capturedabsolutely empty French capital.
March 16th. You may wonder about the notability of this day for France and Paris. The answer is really interesting, as far as exactly this day in 1831 the famous Victor Hugo’s novel “Notre-Dame de Paris” was published.
Louvre. The biggest, the most famous, the most attended museum in the world! It’s a real gem of French and world culture! Mecca for connoisseurs of art and common tourists from every corner of the globe!