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"Save time as you skip the long queues and save money with free entry to over 60 Paris sights and attractions. With your Paris Pass there is no need to use cash simply show your pass for fast entry. Choose from a two four or six day pass. Paris Pass includes: A free map of Paris 1-day hop-on hop-off tour Free entry to over 60 sights and attractions (see 'View Additional Info' below for full list) Additional special offers and including the Louvre Pantheon
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Private Half-Day Tour: Paris City Highlights
"Start with a pickup from your central Paris hotel in the morning and begin your 3.5-hour sightseeing tour. Let your knowledgeable guide handle the driving while you and your private group sit back relax and enjoy the narrated ride. If there is anything particular that you are interested in simply let your guide know. One of the benefits of having a private guide is that the commentary is tailored to your interests.Learn about the history and architecture of Paris as you visit its most famous monuments museums landmarks and neighborhoods. Ride around Place de la Concorde past the Louvre and along the Seine River to Ile de la Cité
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The Panthéon was originally a church, transformed by the Revolution into a mausoleum for people like Voltaire and Zola. This was back in the days when your fans and loved ones would pour into the...
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Oct 25, 2004


The most spectacular aspect is the size of the Pantheon. On the ground floor, in the form of a cross, it has a length of 110m and a breadth of 85m. The dome with its height of 85m inspired the...
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Oct 23, 2004

The Pantheon

This imposing building looks (and feels) like a church, but it isn't quite. Completed in 1790, it's a mausoleum for several famous Frenchmen, plus one woman - Marie Curie. Possibly the oddest feature...
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Sep 08, 2004

Home of the Focault Pendulum

The Pantheon, the large building with its colombs making it look like the Partenon on the Akropolis in Athens is today the place where the french bury their great men, "Aux grands hommes de la...
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Aug 06, 2004

The Pantheon

While Louis XV was taking care of his health, he promised that if he recovered, he would build a church to replace the half-ruined Abbey of St. Genevieve. Situated on the Montagne St-Genevieve, it had...
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May 28, 2004

"Temple to the Nation"

In 1764, the first stone was laid of this church dedicated to Sainte Genevieve by King Louis XV. It was completed in 1790, the same year all monastic orders were abolished by the new government. It...
May 18, 2004


temple de la nation!Centre des monuments nationeaux.In the year 1791, the Revolution transformed the church designed by Soufflot at Louis XV's request and consecrated to Sainte Genevi?ve, and...
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Apr 10, 2004

Pantheon-Foucault's pendulum

Foucault used the high ceiling of the Pantheon to publicly display his experiment that proved the rotation of the earth.This is not the original pendulum, apparently that can be seen at the Musee...
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Feb 09, 2004


We didn't hear too many encouraging things about the Pantheon, but we found it very interesting! There is a strange old science experiment in the middle, I can't remember exactly what it was about,...
Jan 26, 2004

Le Panthéon

Le Panthéon is a place where the greatest people of the country are burried. This tradition exists not only in France but in many other countries as well. For example, it exists in Georgia, in...
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Jan 23, 2004

Cold Marble Brilliance

Louis XV vowed in 1744 that if he recovered from an illness he would replace the ruined church of St. Genèvieve Abbey with an edifice to the glory of the patron saint of Paris: St. Genèvieve. The...
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Jan 16, 2004


Beneath the Pantheon, originally intended for the monks of St. Genevieve, are the crypts of many famous French men and women.Among those buried here are the authors Victor Hugo and Emile Zola,...
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Jan 15, 2004
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Paroisse Saint-Étienne-du-Mont

Saint Etienne du Mont has a rich history that goes back to 6th century when the chapel was formed from the crypt of St.Genevieve. A separate church was built on the north side of the chapel during...
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Paris Plage Quai de la Marne

Recently went on vacation to Paris France. The city is beautiful and vibrant, but the only thing is the gypsie kids there rob you. They gathered around my sister and robbed her pocket book. They...
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Latin Quarter

After a great dinner in the Latin Quarter, we took a short walk to the Marais for some music and drinks at La Vénus Noire. Situated in the heart of the Marais district, this beautiful vaulted cellar,...
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La Sorbonne

This is a small suare you find on Boulevard Saint Michel. I found it special because every time I was walking near it something nice was happening: a very good jazz musicians playing some great music,...
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Arènes de Lutèce - Roman Amphiteatre

The ancient Roman arena on this site was destroyed by the Barbarians in the year 280. The foundations were rediscovered during various building projects in the nineteenth century and were (partly)...
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Musée du Luxembourg

This is one of those buildings which could certainly tell a long and interesting tale if only it could speak. Built in the 17th century for the mother of Louis XIII (Marie de Medicis) and then...
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Getting to Panthéon


Place du Panthéon, 75005 Paris


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