Different Paris Events

One of the unique events in Paris
It commemorates the storming of the Bastille.

Each year there has been variety of travellers that come and go to the city of light because of the different events in Paris. Aside from the famous museums, restaurants and landmarks that draw visitors, annual events attract tourists who arrive for the best in fashion, film and cultural celebration and many more.
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Smooth-Sailing on the Seine River

Eiffel Tower View from the Seine River
Seine River provides view for some of the most visited attractions in Paris

Seine River, famous as romantic background photographs of Paris, is a smooth-sailing river and commercial waterway with Ile-de-France and Haute-Normandie in France. The river attracts so many tourists in Paris; there are excursion boats that offer sight-seeing tours within the city of Paris. Its whole length of boating can end in the Bay of the Seine region of the English Channel and as far as Burgundy near the Swiss Alps. A long way to go, but is negotiable by commercial riverboats because of the fact that there are just limited portions allowed for sight-seeing.
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Nothing Compares to the Seine River Cruise

Lovely view of seine river cruise
Seine River Cruise on a romantic evening

Visiting Paris would not be complete and memorable without the traditional Seine River Cruise. Since the middle Ages, efforts were made to beautify the Seine River banks. As a result the Seine River bank ranks one of the best urban landscapes in the world. Many of Paris famous monuments are seen among the river that includes the Notre Dame, the Louvre and the Eiffel Tower. The Seine is lined with fantastic harbor and crossed by many aged bridges. The oldest of which, the Pont-Neuf built in 1607 and the romantic pedestrian of Passerelle des Arts.
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French it is..

Translated Occitan Language to French Language
Occitan and French language signs in Toulouse

Parisians would probably argue that they speak French with no accent as opposed. The Parisian bourgeois intonation and terminology was successfully ridiculed by famed comedians Les Inconnus in the early 90’s.
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Employment in Paris

Job employment in Paris
One of the opportunities given by Pole emploi.

Looking for jobs in Paris? The Pole emploi (job centres) in Paris has branches in every arrondissement in Paris. The Pole emploi are local State organization, job center entities. Professionals are there to help you find work in the business sector of your preference. They can also find information on professionals, internet terminals and many more. You can always go there and consult the thousand job advertisements and seek for professional advices on how to direct your search.
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An underground adventure..Paris Catacombs

les Carrieres de Paris
Known as the quarries of Paris

The Paris Catacombs is one of the famous burial places in Paris, France. Although widely known as the catacombs its official name is “les Carrieres de Paris” translated as quarries of Paris. It is an arrangement of cavernous tunnels and rooms located in what were Roman-era limestone quarries. It was in the late 18th century, the quarries were converted into a mass tomb.
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Carnavalet Musee..travel through time

It is situated in the Marais district.
Remembrance to the history of the city of Paris

The Carnavalet Musee is built in remembrance to the history of the city of Paris. The space occupies two adjoining mansions Hotel Carnavalet and the former Hotel Le Peletier de Saint Fargeau. President of the Parliament in the year 1548, Jacques des Ligneris, ordered the  construction of the mansion tht is known today as Hotel Carnavalet and was completed after  twelve years. The widow of Francois de Kernevenoy, bought the building and was later named  Carnavalet. In 1654, Claude Boisleve purchased the mansion. He commissioned a well-known  architect, Francois Mansart to make general renovations.
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Orsay Museum.. a Railway turned Museum

Built in 1900, Osray museum is located in a grand railway station which is considered as the den of the numerous sculptures and impressionist work of art. The museum has developed into one of the most admired establishment in Paris.

Home of the many sculptures and impressionist work of art
A museum housed in a grand railway station.

Early 19th century the Gare de Lyon and the Gare d’Orsay, two of the largest railway in Paris was built. Along the Seine opposite the Louvre is the Gare d’Orsay. It was planned to bring electrified trains right to the city of Paris by the Compagnie d’Orleans.
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Paris Sports and Exciting Activities

Stade de France in Saint-Denis
A magnificent word-class stadium which resembles a flying saucer.

Paris sports have been neglected by most of the people visiting the city. You don’t happen to know that there is a vast amount of sports presented to the tourists in the city of Paris and being only moments away from the open countryside, it has a lot of activities to attract all outdoor lovers. Paris sports calendar schedule is full of thrilling events to watch throughout the year. There are also opportunities for those people who like to engage in squash, golf, swimming, tennis, aerobics, biking, and ice skating.
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