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Art deco and art nouveau in the 7th arrondissement

The 7th arrondissement is a great place for a quiet stroll. It is bordered by the Eiffel Tower on one side and St Germain des Près on the other, is home to the spectacular gold domed Invalides (a military hospital and final resting place of Napoleon) and remains very residential and peaceful. 192 more words

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Serge Gainsbourg in the rue de Verneuil

If you are interested in French culture you almost certainly know of Serge Gainsbourg. His wikipedia page describes him as a singer, songwriter, film composer, poet, painter, screenwriter, writer, actor and director. 274 more words

The Left Bank

Iris in Paris

I often marvel at the way the ordinary in Paris can be made into something special. Today I stopped in at the Bon Marché department store to pick up a couple of things, and found myself in an amazing Iris Apfel exhibition. 188 more words

The Left Bank

Outside Paris - the Palace of Versailles

Just south of the 7th Arrondissement sits a seat of the French Monarchy, the Palace of Versailles. The palace was initially built by Louis XIII and was used as a royal hunting lodge. 472 more words

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The 7th - Shopping

If there is one thing to do while visiting Paris, it would be to shop! With Paris being the fashion capital of the world, you already know that there is an endless supply of stores and boutiques offering such a variety, there’s not a soul that leaves empty handed. 313 more words

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The 7th, Gems and Treasures

The 7th arrondissement in Paris boasts many of the tourist attractions that Paris is known for; the most notable being l’Assemblée Nationale, Hôtel des Invalides and the forever iconic Tour Eiffel.   458 more words

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The 7th, History & Monuments

Located on the Left-Bank of Paris, the 7th Arrondissement, known to the world as the Quartier du Palais Bourbon, and sometimes referred to as… 760 more words

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