French Revolution in Paris
Overview of the tour in Paris
Hello! This tour is about the history of Paris with the french revolution starting in 1789. The meeting point is at the statue of Georges Danton, a famous revolutionary at Odéon metro station.
I will explain to you the History of Parisian architecture from the Middle Ages to the 19th century. The Cours du Commerce Saint-André, the oldest passage in Paris, 12th century.
The workshop on the guillotine. Le Procope, the famous meeting place of Robespierre and Marat. The statue of Saint Andrew, an original sign shop of the middle-aged. The workshop of Picasso, with Guernica. Where Louis XIII became the king of France.
The fountain Saint-Michel. The story of Saint-Martin, the sculpture on the church Saint-Séverin, the gothic style with the gargoyles. The narrowest street in Paris the Latin Quarter opened in the 14th century.
A masterpiece of street art by Salvador Dali. The oldest tree in Paris. The best view of Notre Dame de Paris is our cathedral which we say Gothic style and a short history of this iconic monument from the 12th century to now.
This activity includes:
- France Reborn
- Le Procope
- Fontaine Saint-Michel
Métro station Odéon, beside the statue Georges Danton (not the theater!). the statue Georges Danton
The meeting point is at the metro station Odéon, beside the statue Georges Danton (not the theater Odéon!).
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