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BBC-All about Paris

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Paris

The seat of the French government, the testing ground of Republican ideals; a jewel fought for, won and lost down the centuries. The BBC and the Open University bring you the true story of one of the world's great cities.

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Map of France

 

Audio Tours of Paris

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Weather in Paris!

 

 

 

Paris Metro


Monument aux morts, Richelieu-Drouot
métro station platform (line 8)
How do you get around in Paris? Take the Metro!
War memorial in Richelieu-Drouot station
War Memorial at the Richelieu-Drouot station
 

DK Paris

Paris

From Notre-Dame to the Eiffel Tower, Paris holds some of the world's most famous sights and these highlights should be top of the list for any first-time visitor. With the exception of the overtly modern Pompidou Centre, they have been landmarks of this elegant and romantic capital for centuries and remain awe-inspiring sights, no matter how often you visit the city.

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Books in our Library

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The Food of Paris: Authentic Recipes from Parisian Bistros and Restaurants
ISBN: 9625939911

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Paris to the Moon
ISBN: 0375758232

 

Facts about France

Fast Facts

Population:
60,742,000
Capital:
Paris; 9,854,000
Area:
543,965 square kilometers (210,026 square miles)
Language:
French
Religion:
Roman Catholic
Currency:
Euro
Life Expectancy:
79
GDP per Capita:
U.S. $26,000
Literacy Percent:
99
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