Paris

by Alison Jones

History and When and How it began

During the Middle Ages, Paris was the largest city in Europe, an important religious and commercial centre, and the birthplace of the Gothic style of architecture. The University of Paris on the Left Bank, organised in the mid-13th century, was one of the first in Europe. It suffered from the Bubonic Plague in the 14th century, and the Hundred Years War in the 15th century, with recurrence of the plague. Between 1418 and 1436, the city was occupied by the Burgundians and English soldiers. In the 16th century, Paris became the book-publishing capital of Europe, though it was shaken by the French Wars of Religion between Catholics and Protestants. In the 18th century, it was the centre of the intellectual ferment called the Enlightenment, and the main stage of the French Revolution from 1789 which is remembered every year on the 14th of July with a military parade.

Entertainment Activities

You can scale the Effiel Tower. You can hunt gargoyles on Notre-Dome's rooftop. You can attend an auction at Drouot. you can visit a Concert Hall, Restaurant, and Much More.
You can can go to the Space Bar. You can go to Harry’s New York Bar. You can go to the Tiger Bar. You can watch live concerts at Café Universel. You can have some wine at Wine By One.

Restaurants

There is a lot you can eat at in pairs but here is a few places you can eat at in Paris. You can eat at Tailevent. You can eat at 58 Tour Eiffel. You can eat at Camille. You can eat at Frenchie. You can eat at Restaurant Le Fouquet's Paris. You can eat at Restaurant Spring. You can eat at la Petite Périgourdine.

Fun for kids

There is a lot kids can do in Paris. They can go to Disneyland. They can go see Puppet shows. They can Hot air balloon at the Parc André Citroën. They can go to A kid-friendly café. They can go see a film. They can visit the Eiffel tower. They can go to the army museum.

Fun for Adults

You can go to Notre-Dame. You can go to The Eiffel Tower. You can go to Avenue des Champs-Élysées. You can Go crazy at the Centre Pompidou. You can Wander Les Passages Couverts. You can Meet the dead famous at Père-Lachaise. You can

Free your inner architect at Cité Chaillot.

Current Events

There is the Naturally Fair 27-30 May 2016 This trade fair focuses on natural and organic living, and gives you the opportunity to browse and purchase ethically produced products. The fair will take place at the Paris Expo Porte de Versailles from 10.30am until 7pm. Entrance is free and parking is available on site.
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