Paris Gallery

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We spent just under a week in Paris, the first stop on the European leg of our Round the World adventure. We both agree that Paris is the most beautiful city either of us has been to thus far in all of our travels. It isn’t really possible to capture the full extent of the city’s majesty with images but it’s still worth sharing some of the hundreds of pictures we took during our brief visit there. Till me meet again mon amour!

Tuileries Garden

Just steps from the Louvre Museum in Paris lies a manicured garden with exquisite sculptures. A great place for a relaxing stroll on a sunny day. Below are some of the images from our time spent in the park.

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The Louvre

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One of the most visited tourist attractions in the world with over 9 million visitors a year, the Louvre not only houses some of the most incredible art created by man but the building itself is stunning. Below are some images of the museum and some of the beautiful art it houses.

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The Seine and Bridges of Paris

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Paris has a several bridges crossing over the Seine river. Some are plain and some are ornately decorated. There are even a few whose visitors express their love and devotion to their partners by hanging padlocks inscribed with their names from them. Below are pictures from a few of Paris’s bridges and their views.

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Art in the Streets of Paris

Artistic masterpieces aren’t just located in the museums of Paris, the streets are also filled with the works by talented artists. Here is some of the impressive street art we discovered while walking around Paris.

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Père Lachaise Cemetery

The final resting place to a number of famous people, including Jim Morrison and Oscar Wilde.  Père Lachaise Cemetery, located in the 20th arrondissement in Paris, is so beautiful and tranquil that it is easy to spend hours wandering around admiring the monuments erected in devotion to those who are buried here.

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