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Can you name the famous buildings, areas and attractions of Paris?

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A church situated on the Ile de la Cité, and Victor Hugo wrote a famous novel in which this church plays a major part.
Nicknamed the ‘Magician of Iron’- since its construction, it has had over 200, 000, 000 visitors.
Is the biggest museum in the world. It houses the Vénus de Milo and La Joconde (the Mona Lisa).
The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is found beneath this monument.
A tree-lined boulevard which holds many great buildings such as the Musée de Cluny, the lycée Saint-Louis, the École des Mines, and the cite universitaire.
A magnificent avenue in Paris, which is over a mile long.
A magnificent church on the summit of Montmartre.
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Paris’ underground railway system, which is used by over 4 million people daily.
A modern cultural centre and library of arts, and has a controversial design involves coloured pipes, scaffolding, and outside escalators.
This is a military museum which houses weapons from the Napoleonic wars. Also contains Napoleon’s tomb.
A huge arch located in Paris. It was built and inaugurated in 1989 and intended as a meeting centre for people from all countries.
The castle-like building near the Seine which was used as a prison during the French Revolution.
This castle was regarded as a symbol of the system of absolute monarchy of the Ancien Régime. It also hosted opening of the Paris Peace Conference in 1919.

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