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Palais Garnier

The iconic opera house was designed by an architect so unknown at the time that on opening night, he was not recognized and had to queue to enter his own masterpiece.

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Tuileries Garden
A public garden located between the Louvre Museum and the Place de la Concorde
Place Vendôme
An iconic symbol of luxury since the avant-gardists (re)invention of fashion during the 19th century.
Folies Bergère
A famous music hall, located in the 9th Arrondissement.
Galeries Lafayette
Renowned for its grand staircase, the flagship store today remains one of the city’s greatest art nouveau treasures.
Grande Synagogue de Paris
Built in 1874, the 'Synagogue de la Victoire' provided Parisian jews with a place of worship that reflected the community’s huge demographic, economic and cultural development at the end of the 19th century.
Place de l’Opera
This square is the crossroads of several major Parisian roads, notably the avenue de l'Opéra, the boulevard des Capucines, and the boulevard des Italiens.

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