France where even the air it breathes is so romantic

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France, the romantic center of Europe, attracts tourists from all over the world with its long history, historical sites and rural scenery with rich cultural connotations. More than 20 scenic spots in France have been listed as world cultural and natural heritage by the United Nations: the Seine Riverside in Paris with the Louvre and Notre Dame Cathedral as the center, Versailles Palace, Fontainebleau Palace, Chambord, etc.

This is a dreamy place, a country of romantic petty bourgeoisie, and a country of fashion. It is a place worth visiting several times in a lifetime. Let us try to slow down, drink coffee on the street, bask in the sun, and feel The artistic atmosphere here, the streets are prosperous, and the alleys have cultural relics. People who have been to France will unconditionally fall in love with this country, its romance, its fashion, and its culture.

1. France Eiffel Tower

Eiffel Tower

Known as one of the landmarks of Paris, the Eiffel Tower is an iron hollow tower located on the Champ de Mars in Paris, France. It is the tallest building in Paris and a cultural symbol of France.

The Eiffel Tower feels very different during the day and at night. Watching the tower during the day, the steel structure is distinct, which is awe-inspiring. Many people like to stand at the bottom of the tower and shoot the tower from the bottom up. It is really tall; but you can also watch the Eiffel Tower at the entrance of the Château de la Château on the other side of the Seine. It is a viewing platform with a panoramic view of the tower. Excellent. At night, the Eiffel Tower is a different sight, with searchlights glowing golden and countless bulbs creating a flickering effect.

2.Notre Dame Cathedral

Notre Dame Cathedral

Notre Dame de Paris is a Gothic-style Christian church. It is a masterpiece of French Gothic architecture and a symbol of ancient Paris. It stands on the Ile de la Cité on the banks of the Seine, in the center of the entire city of Paris.

This is the church depicted in Victor Hugo’s novel Notre Dame de Paris. A variety of ancient and exquisite Christian sculptures and stained glass with biblical stories are worth savoring. Climb to the top of the church bell tower and overlook the beautiful Seine River and the city along its banks

3. The Louvre

The Louvre

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The Louvre Museum was built in 1204. The castle has undergone many expansions and collected a large number of art treasures from all over the world. After the French Revolution, it was changed to a museum. It is also known as the world’s three major museums along with the British Museum in London and the Metropolitan Museum in New York. museum.

victory statue

Witness the “Three Treasures of the Louvre” Mona Lisa, Broken Arm Venus, the nike of samothrace statue and other treasures of the town hall. Watch the rare treasures from ancient Egypt, the Middle East, Europe and other parts of the world, an endless cultural and artistic feast. The exterior of the museum is magnificent, the interior murals and reliefs are exquisite, and the entrance to the pyramid is also a major symbol.

4.Arc de Triomphe

Arc de Triomphe

There is actually more than one Arc de Triomphe in Paris, but when people talk about the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, they must be referring to the one in the center of Place Charles de Gaulle. It was built to commemorate Napoleon’s victory at the Battle of Austerlitz in 1806, and it has therefore become one of the four representative buildings in Paris (Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, Louvre and Notre Dame Cathedral), and it is also the current The largest round arch on the Champs Elysees.

The representative building of Paris, the largest round arch in the world, you can admire the exquisite reliefs on the arch. Climb up to the History Museum in the Arc de Triomphe to learn about French history and enjoy panoramic views of Paris.

5.Provence

Provence

Some people say that “if you go to Provence, you won’t want to leave, because there is what you want there”, the flower language of lavender is “waiting for love”, as long as you breathe hard, you can see miracles. Provence is not only the paradise of lavender, but also the kingdom of sunflowers. Van Gogh’s famous “Sunflower” was made in the sunny south of France.

Provence has gone beyond symbolic symbols or pure place name meanings, it also represents a simple, carefree and lazy way of life. If travel is about getting out of the shackles of life, then Provence will make you forget everything.

6. The Seine

 The Seine
The Seine is the second largest river in France that flows through the center of Paris, with a total length of 780 kilometers, second only to the Loire. In central Paris, the canal is bounded by artificial stone embankments, which are also included in the World Heritage List.
Take a river cruise to see the uniquely shaped bridges and buildings along the banks such as Notre Dame Cathedral and the Eiffel Tower. Stroll the left bank of the Seine and visit the cafés frequented by celebrities such as Hemingway and Picasso.
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